Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fairy"

The meaning of "Fairy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Fairy Tricky

e.g This dessert is fairy tricky mean?
A: Fairly tricky. It means something is quite complicated. In your example, I would assume that the making of the dessert is quite tricky.

“This dessert is fairly tricky to make”
Q: What does fairy mean?
Q: What does "fairy local" mean?
A: could you mean "very local"? or "fairly local?"
Q: What does fairy mean?
Q: What does told her fairies to fetch the tailors of her Court mean?
A: It means that she told her fairies (mystical creatures) to go bring her royal tailors to her (people who make clothing).

Example sentences using "Fairy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with fairy.
A: Do you mean “fairy” as in the magical creature?

Or

“fairly” meaning “to a high degree” when used in a sentence such as, “I am fairly certain that Rachel likes you.”
It can also mean “with justice” for the shortened word “fair” when you say, “He couldn’t fairly say that Justin lied.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with fairy certain.
A: [fairly* certain]

I'm "fairly certain" alpacas are not llamas.

Natsume Souseki wrote the book, Botchan, in 1906. I'm "fairly certain."

Q: Please show me example sentences with some fairy creatures examples, like vampire, werewolves, boogeyman, etc..
A: "She says she's afraid of vampires because she thinks they're going to suck her blood."

"I swear I saw him transform into a wolf right in front of me! He's definitely a werewolf!"

"Can you check to see if the boogeyman is under the bed?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with fairy.
A: "Look! It's a fairy"
"I like Fairy washing-up liquid the best"
"The wings of a fairy are very delicate"
"Aren't you and your sister going to make fairy cakes tomorrow, for your gran."
"Fairy lights are great decorations for Christmas."

Synonyms of "Fairy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between fairies of flower and flower fairies ?
A: Typically they're called flower fairies. Fairies of flower sounds wrong
Q: What is the difference between fairy and pixie ?
A: Hi, they are considered the same nowadays, but in folklore were quite different.

Pixies - small, pointed ears and hats, not human like, poorly dressed, mischievous and played tricks on people.

Fairies - taller, human like, well dressed and elegant, wise and helpful.

Hope that helps :)
Q: What is the difference between i believe in fairies and i do believe in fairies ?
A: In this case do adds emphasis on the word believe as in exaggerating how much you believe in fairies (a lot). Whereas saying you simply just believe in theme with out any special emphasis.
Q: What is the difference between The fairy godmother charmed Cindrella's dress and The fairy godmother magicked Cindrella's dress ?
A: "magicked" isn't a word, because "magic" is always a noun or adjective, not a verb.

Translations of "Fairy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fairy
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what's "fairy tals book"?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fairy
A: "fairy."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fairy tail
A: do you mean Fairytale? A fantasy story?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? fairy
A: Fairy is what we use in English. (๑•᎑•๑)

Other questions about "Fairy"

Q: The fairy died because she ate cake which had poison instead of Peter pan.
does this sound natural?
A: The fairy died because she ate the cake with poison which was supposed to be for Peter Pan.
Q: In most fairy tales, princesses always smile, and they are always happy and kind no matter what they suffer. But they are also human, so I wanted to depict their humanity moment, like behind scene.. they also cry, break down, and feel emptiness like 'what the hell I'm doing here?' does this sound natural?
A: In most fairy tales, princesses always smile, and (no need for a repeat of the subject but you can put they again if you’d like) are always happy and kind no matter what they suffer {“from” here would sound more natural grammatically}. But they are also human, so I wanted to depict their humanity {you can add the word “more” here if you’d like} realistically, like behind the scenes... that they also cry, break down, and feel emptiness like 'what the hell am I (with questions you put the am in front of i)doing here?'
Q: I'd like to pull you out of your fairy tale. does this sound natural?
A: it's an odd way of saying:
I would like to bring you back to reality.
Q: What are most popular fairy tales in US?
A: Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty,Beauty and The Beast....
Q: Violent fairy tales may make children become offensive and have difficulty making friends with when they are more older. does this sound natural?
A: Violent fairy tales may make children (violent, or, antisocial) and have difficulty making friends when they are older.

more and the -er on older work in the same way. in English we don't use both, since one does the trick. in most cases, pick -er over more with short words.

hope this helps!

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