fairyland

[fair-ee-land]
noun
1.
the imaginary realm of fairies.
2.
any enchantingly beautiful region.

Origin:
1580–90; fairy + land

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fairyland (ˈfɛərɪˌlænd)
 
n
1.  the imaginary domain of the fairies; an enchanted or wonderful place
2.  a fantasy world, esp one resulting from a person's wild imaginings

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Example sentences
The reason for the show taking place in some kind of digital fairyland became
  less pressing.
The park's popular full-moon hikes-no flashlights permitted-drop into this same
  hoodoo fairyland.
They would sooner be guided by a bogeyman than have a nasty rational scientist
  spoiling their little fairyland.
Instead it places it in a glossy fairyland of personal progress.
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