Definitions

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  • n. A book of fairytales.

Etymologies

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fairy +‎ book, perhaps a confusion of fairytale and storybook.

Examples

  • Indeed you could spend much time praising the elegant set, wallpapered in pages of fairybook text, panels opening and shutting as the action demands and all echoing the opera's mood of 18th-century pastiche.

    Cendrillon; Rinaldo – review

  • Whereas the other two so obviously reflect the prim fairybook artwork of the day, the cottage is bold painting.

    Snow White in DCA

  • Who wants to go to fairybook Bavaria, with all of it's hot Aryan woman and endless tankards of beer?

    amishboy Diary Entry

  • And if St. Peter sit at ze golden gates, like they say in ze fairybook, I say to 'im:' 'Ave you ever seen ze Gyp

    The Dark House

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