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An imaginary creature that looks like a very small human being, has magic powers, and sometimes wings: When Marge was a child she loved reading her favorite fairy-tale book which took her into the land of the most charming fairy of all.
To carry or to move someone or something on a vehicle; such as, a boat or car, usually for a short distance between two places: The boat will ferry, or take, people to the island.
A ferry or a vessel for transporting passengers and vehicles across a body of water; especially, as a regular service: You can only go across the river by ferry because there is no bridge.
Virginia's friend told her that the dentist put a bridge in Frank's mouth; so, she asked him if the tooth fairy went under it in her ferry.
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ferry (s) (noun)
, ferries (pl)
A boat which is used to carry people and things for a short distance between two places: Jack said, "Eugenia, you can go across the river by ferry or even go to different places along one side of the river or on the other side."
, ferries; ferried; ferrying
To move or to carry people or objects on a vehicle; such as, a boat, a car, or a truck: The boat ferried
the people and supplies to the island.
A bus ferries Jane and James back and forth from their home to work every day.
The tourists were ferried across the river by boat to visit the castle.