fairy godmother

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a generous benefactor

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a female character in some fairy stories who has magical powers and can bring unexpected good fortune to the hero or heroine

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Donna Van Vuuren, a South African mum with an autistic child, relies heavily on fairy godmother Lorraine Davis.
Merryweather tries to undo the curse by casting a spell so that Aurora will fall into a deep and ageless sleep that can only be broken by a true love's kiss, and the fairy godmothers take Aurora deep into the forest to protect her from her fate, re-naming her Briar Rose.
Young Elsie's life is turned upside down when her fairy godmother changes one Elsie into eight Elsies.
Yesterday, dressed in a glittering, fairy godmother gown, she waved her magic wand to make Christmas a little brighter for 20 Scots children of courage .
That's where fairy godmothers Nicole Rivera, Monique Crispe, Lydia Rojas and Mia Arredondo come in.
The fairy godmothers have talked to enough of them to know that.
Now all the fairy godmothers had to do was reach out to high school Cinderellas who wanted to go to the prom but couldn't afford the expense.
Next week, the fairy godmothers will stop by Monroe and the other schools to lay out the gowns they have collected for some of the girls to chose from.
With so many high school proms coming up starting next month, the fairy godmothers don't have a lot of time to fill all the orders they think will come from Cinderellas eager to attend the ball.
Daily News: Do you, like the character you play in ``A Simple Wish,'' think fairy godmothers exist?
Murray can barely swing this one, let alone save all the other fairy godmothers from the maniacal designs of Claudia, which, due to his own incompetence, he has to.
As our bumbling hero Murray, the world's first male fairy godmother, Martin Short's tricks aren't much neater.