magic carpet


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magic carpet

n
(in fairy stories) a carpet capable of transporting people through the air
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magic carpet

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Then Ozma took me over on her Magic Carpet, and the Nome King's Magic Belt took me home that time.
Dorothy knew at once it was a magic carpet she beheld, and her heart beat high with hope and joy as she realized she was soon to be rescued and allowed to greet her dearly beloved friends of Oz--the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion.
As soon as the last bit of desert was passed and all the procession, from the beautiful and dainty Ozma to the last soldier, had reached the grassy meadows of the Land of Ev, the magic carpet rolled itself together and entirely disappeared.
"I feel like a girl in the 'Arabian Nights,' and expect to find a magic carpet or a wonderful talisman somewhere.
Lucy, who was in the little seat, seemed on the edge of a green magic carpet which hovered in the air above the tremulous world.
From San Diego to Sixteenth Street, Chicago, let the magic carpet be laid down.
But don't be mistaken, Magic Carpet is not a tender platform.
When situated on the summit of the ship on Deck 16, the Magic Carpet becomes the ultimate specialty restaurant high in the sky where mouthwatering experiences such as "Dinner on the Edge" are hosted for a select number of guests.
After the show, I asked Harry for his verdict: "I'd like to know how they did the magic carpet. Maybe they borrowed some magic from Santa."
It will also boast The Magic Carpet, Rooftop Garden, Infinite Balconies, and EDGE Villas.
Thrussell explained:"A magic carpet has many connotations to childhood stories.