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fairy ring
 n.— «The rosy horizon beyond which youth cannot see—the gay rainbow that overarches fancy’s landscape—the halo that genius spreads around the barren pathway of existence—the green and fairy ring encircling over the beloved!» —“The Paradise of Contentment” Ohio Repository (Canton) Jan. 11, 1844. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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