faerie

[ fey-uh-ree, fair-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF faerie
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The "Faerie Queen" was received with a burst of general welcome.

Lionel at length made his choice,—a volume of the "Faerie Queene."

The Queen of Faerie had looked less lovely, meeting him on the edge of the wood.

Indeed, in the Faerie Queene, Arthur himself appears as the protagonist.

Every canto of the Faerie Queene bears the impress of its influence.

So he went to the court of the Faerie Queen, and she took him for one of her knights.

He also produced a book on cookery, and a commentary on the Faerie Queen.

How beautiful is the description of it given by Spenser in his "Faerie Queene."

Like the allegory of "The Faerie Queene," it won't bite them.

"It is like a land of faerie," said Lady Biddy; and, indeed, it did seem like enchantment.

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