bad fairy


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Noun1.bad fairy - a fairy that tends to cause harmbad fairy - a fairy that tends to cause harm  
evil spirit - a spirit tending to cause harm
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She was still in a sinister mood, and the miracle took in her mind a character of unfriendliness and fear, as if the fairy were decidedly a bad fairy.
The good fairies wore beautiful costumes and bad fairy Carabosse wore a dark, devilish outfit and had nasty spats with his sidekick Spindleshanks the cat.
The bad fairy at the party, heard but unseen, is the policeman Oscar Peluchonneau (Gael Garcia Bernal), who will be charged with Neruda's capture.
Like the bad fairy who wasn't invited to the party, Piers just wanted to spread poison, but nothing will put our football team to sleep now.
But the bad fairy at the party is Saturn, who puts a family member in there, waiting for their chance to put a dampener on proceedings.
Maleficent is a new take on the Brothers Grimm story of Sleeping Beauty, with the bad fairy centre stage.
Here, it begins with the bad fairy Carabosse (the terrific Wendy Somerville) cursing Beauty who has suddenly become 18 (well, it's pantoland I suppose so time-slips are part of the seasonal game).
Margi Clarke will appear as the Bad Fairy in Sleeping Beauty from December 14 to January 12.
You're in the mood to play bad fairy, which isn't like you but you're only pointing out what's really obvious and if you remain silent you're acting as silly as everyone else.
And as innocent as she looks in real life, Suzanne admits she's got a wicked side, too - that's why she's excited to dress up for our stunning good fairy, bad fairy photoshoot.
She's Ariel or Sleeping Beauty and I'm the one with the big fake mole on my chin, or the bad fairy," she told Chicago Sun-Times newspaper.
But the bad fairy from Muriel Spark's cot-side stalked her.