волшебный; сказочный; похожий на фею; воображаемый;
педик [сл.] ; пидор [сл.] ; гей ; фея ; волшебница ; эльф ; гомосексуалист ; гомик [сл.] ; голубой [сл.]
- Butterflies and zebras and moonbeams and fairy tales.
- "Nipples don't twinkle - you must have fallen asleep looking at the fairy lights on the Christmas tree," she scoffed.
- I am convinced that you must undertake that grand Fairy Topic - you will make something highly strange and original of it.
- Free wheeling hubs and Fairy overdrive fitted.
- Jacob's talk of blessing invites us to step out of the demon myth and fairy story, back into a land with which we have grown familiar, where human beings bump not into demons, but into God himself.
- Once through the gorge you are into the valley of Clapdale with its tourist trappings of grottoes, nature trails and Ingleborough Cave which Walter White, in his 1858 book, A Month in Yorkshire , referred to as a "Glittering Fairy Palace".
- Hire purchase indeed soon began to figure in the minds of bureau workers as the Wicked Fairy, as well as the Fairy Godmother, in the house.
- THREE of Oscar Wilde's most charming fairy tales can be seen today (Friday) at Farnham Maltings in Wilde Tales, a dramatic adaptation by Show of Hands theatre company.
- Arms flick to and fro as the Winter Fairy and the Stars of Ashton's Cinderella give the illusion of twinkling lights in the frosty air.
- From a cloud that hovered over the lake, a rainbow emerged, arching down to the water, suffusing it with fairy gold and mauve.
- It was the wedding of the century, the fairy tale that excited, fired and fascinated people all over the world.
- As a child she had not had time for many fairy stories and did not now know them to tell to her daughter again, but instead she showed her the pictures.
- It is in contrast to another leitmotif that marks the entrances of Carabosse, the wicked fairy.