fairy story

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  • noun

Synonyms for fairy story

a story about fairies

an interesting but highly implausible story

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WE challenged youngsters to come up with an original fairy story in a great competition to win the first in a new series of children's books.
If you are aged between six and 10 and would like to be one of the first to own the new Fairy Chronicles, all you have to do is write a fairy story of no more than 200 words and send it to the Coventry Telegraph.
I SHOULD like to take this opportunity to reply to Justin Keswell's fairy story justification for everyone to go veggie (Voice of the North, March 6).
It's a shame you allowed yourself to believe his fairy story for as long as you did, but equally you knew he was already spoken for.
This scary fairy story has always been made all the more chilling by its packaging, a Grimm tale wrapped in all things sugary and nice.
Award-winning Warwickshire-based Ragdoll Productions has pulled off a coup at the Cannes Film Festival, announcing that the company is bringing Spike Milligan's fairy story, Badjelly the Witch, to television.
Alex Jones has created a modern fairy story with Phil and Jill and Jill and Phil - but there is no happy ever after.
And although the fairy story, the music and the dance is familiar, every year it arrives with a freshness that catches the breath as sure as the air on a frosty night.
Called Family Fairy Story Fun, it will be held at the school, starting at 2pm.
MIDLAND law firm Ansons LLP created their own fairy story - especially for this year's St Giles Hospice Solstice Walk.
We're not getting carried away because everything now is a bonus but it would be a real fairy story if he could win the final next week.
This is real life, not a fairy story JE BLACK, Hebburn, South Tyneside.
The Brothers Grimm could not have written a better fairy story.
When Luke clashes with the evil Eva Ernst, who plans to kill all the tots in Britain, he realises this is no fairy story.
This is a fairy story he wrote, among a number, which has been abridged and retold by the Patersons, and brought back to life in an attractively presented book with its unique dynamic illustrations.