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What is another word for fancy?

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Adjective
Sophisticated in a way that is intended to impress
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“She carried with her a fancy handbag made with Italian leather.”
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Expensive in a way that is intended to impress
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“Carla decided to splash out on their vacation by getting a fancy hotel room.”
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Complex or complicated in nature
“You didn't have to come up with such a fancy solution for a simple problem such as this.”
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Ostentatiously attractive or impressive
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Being, or suggestive of being, financially free
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Bearing good value, worth or reliability
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Decorated with frills
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Very complicated or detailed
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Having a decorative pattern on it
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Tending to be fanciful or inventive
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Regarded with deep and special affection
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Showing or characterized by great energy and movement
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Noun
An unfounded or tentative belief or idea
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“I have a fancy that he is going to be late to arrive yet again.”
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A superficial or transient feeling of liking or attraction
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“I have to admit that I had a fancy for being a professional rapper when I was younger.”
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A vivid mental image, especially a fanciful one
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“Dan's quick-witted mind and surreal flights of fancy have delighted both critics and comedy audiences alike.”
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The faculty of imagination
“The writer is a woman of a dominant and persistent will, as well as a vivid fancy.”
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A sudden desire or change of mind, especially one that is unusual or unexplained
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A story or claim that is untrue
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A feeling or guess based on intuition rather than fact
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An activity done regularly in one's leisure time for pleasure
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A delusion, a false hope
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A compulsive or irrational preoccupation
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An opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information
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A state of dreaming while awake
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Something that is considered a luxury or treat, especially food
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A phenomenon that becomes popular for a very short time
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An unreasoning love for or sexual attraction to
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Raw spot
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The action of pretending or imagining that things are better than they really are
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Disturbance or party
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A practical joke or mischievous trick
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A total misrepresentation of the facts
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One's preference or choice in a given matter or situation
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A belief or wish that something either can or will happen
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The faculty by which a person decides on and initiates action
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A quality or feeling of mystery or excitement
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Verb
To think or suppose
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“I fancy that the earth isn't quite as flat as you imagine it to be.”
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To feel a desire or liking for
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“Would you fancy some crumpets to go with your afternoon tea?”
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To find physically alluring
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“I can tell from the way you look at Kimberley that you fancy her.”
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To form an understanding or conclusion from something
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To have a preference or liking for
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To expect or foresee the future occurrence of something
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(delight in) To take great pleasure in