Definitions

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  • adv. In a fey way.

Etymologies

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fey +‎ -ly

Examples

  • A dissonant painting exhibition that has feyly pop-ish painters Katharina Wulff and Andrew Kerr playing off a small borrowed-from-a-museum work by Max Ernst ends June 21.

    The Celtic Alternative

  • There's the adrenaline rush that precedes the jump: "" To psych ourselves for the plunge we sang "My Girl 'in falsetto and danced the Stroll, swinging our shoulders and hips, flapping our wrists feyly as we made our way ... to the open door of the plane.' '

    He's In The Army Now

  • However bloated nearly 2 1⁄2 hours, just as Black Pearl shouldn’t have been and saggy in its midsection, if you’re at all into squiggly tentacles, all sizes, or Depp’s hilarious, feyly swanning characterization, this is the most satisfying big-screen excuse for overpriced popcorn so far this summer.

    Reviewing the Reviews: 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' | EW.com

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