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?"
"Very fancy , Sir Morgan," said the sergeant Alastair Turner, pushing through the throng round James to reveal a large pocket knife.Country Life (2005)
Blowing Wind, remounted to finish third in last year's drama, is sure to be a popular fancy with the record-breaking Tony McCoy on board.Irish Times (2002)
But she'd dressed up her irrational convictions in the fancy clothes of literary allusion.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
I must say, I wouldn't fancy hearing out Boycott on the technical toils of Tiger Woods.Glasgow Herald (2001)
It was a difficult crossword, I mean fancy Evelyn taking The Times.SOMEBODY (2002)
No matter how much money you make or what fancy title they nail on your door, you're still somebody's errand boy.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
No more table football in the office, no more brainstorming sessions over fancy snacks, no more team-building events in mountain resorts.Globe and Mail (2003)
The gallery will have an exhibition in October with drawings of buildings, flights of fancy , from architect John Brown.Glasgow Herald (2001)
They did not fancy seeing their teaching on sale for sixpence a week; they also resented seeing their inadequacies exposed in print.THE MEDICAL MYSTERIES E-OMNIBUS (2001)