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?"
As Paddy Kelly, the owner of the Prem Group, puts it, the fanciest telly in the world is only a box unless it's plugged into a network.Times, Sunday Times (2004)
But this time it would go out on the air live from the fanciest club New York had to offer, The Stork Club.Yul
GIRLS ' NIGHT OUT: Where: The fanciest restaurant you can think of.Australian News Misc (2005)
He has managed to build the fanciest bungalow in the village, and Susie keeps a perfect garden.NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A Collection of Short Stories
On the island, preparations for the storm were being made everywhere, from the fanciest hotels to the shabbiest shack.GALILEE (2001)
She is extravagant, too, showering money on the Democrats and the fanciest charitable functions in New York.Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Sometimes the latest technology, or fanciest solutions aren't the best.CBC (2004)
The word on the street was, he'd spent the whole Green war chest on Sudden Stop's fanciest weapons.A Plague of Angels