It is a fairy wand of great fear, stronger than those who use it—often frightful, often wicked to use.
Touch them with my fairy wand and turn them into a coachman and a footman.
I have only to wave my fairy wand three times and blow my magic whistle to arouse the whole village to activity.
She had no fairy wand to wave over them, but she waved a stick, and after waving it once the dogs were half-grown.
Instantly there was a flash as if a fairy wand had cleft the air.
She waved the fairy wand three times around her head and blew a shrill blast upon the magic whistle.
In the bright sunlight it sparkled with glints of gold as if a fairy wand had touched it.
She would gladly, at that moment, spend half her savings on refitting her house if some fairy wand could do it in a moment.
Also the fairy wand can do its work, the little dryad can come from the tree.
It really seemed now as though some fairy wand had been turned toward New York.