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It’s the storybook combo that draws young and old alike to the works of Hans Christen Anderson, the Brothers Grimm, and the 1001 Arabian Nights.

Seahorses seem to have evolved not entirely in the ocean, but also by way of a whimsical storybook, in which animal body parts are all mixed up.

Never again would she take for granted anything about their storybook marriage or his presidency.

It was as storybook a rookie season as you could draw up, particularly considering where the expectations were set going into it.

It wasn’t exactly a storybook finish to Sunday’s game at Minnesota for the Panthers.

It would be a storybook ending to one of the ugliest chapters in history of American sports ownership.

Once you drop the storybook image of a patriarch sitting on his throne above the clouds, room is made for a different story.

Their "storybook marriage" had chapters that included MS and cancer.

Nesconset, N.Y., in a suburban neighborhood called the Storybook Development.

Anthony Zuiker is 43 years old and has had the kind of storybook career that most aspiring TV writers dream about.

She was the victim of the pretty and glossy storybook, the sentimental play, and of a light education.

If you could get your grandfather or your grandmother to tell you of this visit, it would be as interesting as a storybook.

Under this head we have suggested several books which belong to the "storybook" order.

The romance in the old storybook always ended blissfully in marriage.

He was thinking that it was quite a storybook coincidence that they should have come together, those two letters.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to storybook, such as: dreamlike, false, fanciful, hallucinatory, illusory, and immaterial.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.