American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A fairy supposed to leave money under a child's pillow in place of a baby tooth that has just fallen out.
- n. A figure of modern myth said to give children a small amount of money (or sometimes a present) in exchange for a tooth when it falls out of a child's mouth.
- n. a fairy that is said to leave money at night under a child's pillow to compensate for a baby tooth falling out
“When he fin-ished, he felt like he had just raped the tooth fairy in front of a class of kindergartners.”
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Two-word phrases composed of five-letter words. There are a couple with three words (great white shark), but I stuck those on Triads 3.
canine tooth, pin-tooth, stomach-tooth, bulb of a tooth, by the skin of on..., cardinal teeth, clean as a hound'..., elephant's-tooth, toothshell, hake's-tooth, cut one's teeth, lie through one's... and 93 more...
santa claus, easter bunny, tooth fairy, i can fly, the truth is out ..., love at first sight, beauty magazines ..., you can't control..., money can't buy m..., murphy's law, sasquatch, i think therefore... and 24 more...
words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
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