a fancy cake,
a fancy dance routine
a fancy course in business administration
See the fancy
I fancy it will rain
I don't fancy your chances!
he fancied himself as a doctor
she fancied some chocolate
"Ever let the fancy roam,Pleasure never is at home"
"Tell me where is fancy bred,Or in the heart or in the head?"
A middle-aged man who fancies himself with the ladies leaves his wife without notice.Death and Transfiguration
According to another witness, brown hair, big muscles, fancies himself, drives a white Transit,' I said.KICK BACK (2002)
Angela Day went the breakfast show route and shares their food fancies.SA Star (2005)
He can't be looking for food up here, not unless there's some kind of rock he fancies.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
Most of all, there's the artist as dramatist, enacting his or her own romantic fancies.Glasgow Herald (2001)
Staff are kitted out in tennis gear, while rackets and balls are available if anyone fancies a rally with their pint.Sun, News of the World (2001)
Suzuki will now be in the driver's seat and will not have to mind the whims and fancies of ministers and bureaucrats.India Today (2002)
When a young man fancies a young woman, he drops by to visit his girl after her family has retired.SA Star (2005)
`We'll have fancies, "he said, smiling at the young woman, `a large plateful of fancies.The Glasgow Girls