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fey definition

  • adjective:
    • Having or displaying an otherworldly, magical, or fairylike aspect or quality: "She Actually Is got that fey appearance as if she is had break fast with a leprechaun” ( Dorothy Burnham).
    • Having visionary power; clairvoyant.
    • Appearing touched or crazy, as if under a spell.
    • Scots Fated to perish soon.
    • Scots packed with the feeling of approaching demise.
    • Magical or fairylike.
    • odd or otherworldly.
    • Spellbound.
    • planning to perish; fated; doomed; from the verge of unexpected or violent death.
    • Dying; lifeless.
    • overrefined, valuable; quaint, cute
    • Fated; doomed.
    • slightly crazy
    • suggestive of an elf in strangeness and otherworldliness
    • Having or displaying an otherworldly, magical, or fairylike aspect or quality: "She Actually Is got that fey look as though she is had morning meal with a leprechaun” ( Dorothy Burnham).
    • Having visionary power; clairvoyant.
    • Appearing moved or crazy, as though under a spell.
    • Scots Fated to perish soon.
    • Scots Full of the feeling of nearing demise.
    • Magical or fairylike.
    • odd or otherworldly.
    • Spellbound.
    • About to perish; fated; condemned; on brink of abrupt or violent death.
    • Dying; dead.
    • overrefined, precious; quaint, sweet
    • Fated; condemned.
    • a little crazy
    • suggestive of an elf in strangeness and otherworldliness
  • noun:
    • Fairy folk collectively.
    • Faith.
    • A Middle English form of fay.
    • An obsolete type of fee.
    • Fairy people collectively.
    • Faith.
    • A Middle English kind of fay.
    • An obsolete form of cost.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cleanse; to clean away.
    • To clean; to clean aside.
  • others:
    • An obsolete kind of fay.
    • just like fay.
    • See fay.
    • An obsolete form of fay.
    • identical to fay.
    • See fay.
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