Thesaurus / fairy-tale

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All the incidents of the medieval fairy-tale are viewed from the antique standpoint.

This fairy-tale, the first of the legends of the gods, is given in the version current among the people.

Now all that was downright selfish; it reminds one of a story—a sort of fairy-tale—about Minerva and Arachne.

She felt as if she wanted to break all the mirrors in the world, like the wicked queen in the French fairy-tale.

The Rose Garden HusbandMargaret Widdemer

Is it like a fairy-tale where you stay when you aren't here?

The Little Red ChimneyMary Finley Leonard

Edinburgh tradition holds that there was such a tunnel between Holyrood and the Castle, which may be the basis of this fairy-tale.

Now I have been making a fairy-tale book for your own self, and here it is.

Europa's Fairy BookJoseph Jacobs

And now they would go on and on and on till the fairy-tale ending came.

The Wishing-Ring ManMargaret Widdemer

With every quarter of an hour of the descending sun, the world was growing now more like a fairy-tale world.

Pine NeedlesSusan Bogert Warner

They are Japanese, which makes even more the fairy-tale effect.

The Lightning Conductor Discovers AmericaC. N. (Charles Norris) Williamson and A. M. (Alice Muriel) Williamson
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