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Fancies (pl. ) of Fancy
Fancy (n.) The faculty by which the mind forms an image or a representation of anything perceived before; the power of combining and modifying such objects into new pictures or images; the power of readily and happily creating and recalling such objects for the purpose of amusement, wit, or embellishment; imagination.
Fancy (n.) An image or representation of anything formed in the mind; conception; thought; idea; conceit.
Fancy (n.) An opinion or notion formed without much reflection; caprice; whim; impression.
Fancy (n.) Inclination; liking, formed by caprice rather than reason; as, to strike one's fancy; hence, the object of inclination or liking.
Fancy (n.) That which pleases or entertains the taste or caprice without much use or value.
Fancy (n.) A sort of love song or light impromptu ballad.
Fancy (v. i.) To figure to one's self; to believe or imagine something without proof.
Fancy (v. i.) To love.
Fancy (v. t.) To form a conception of; to portray in the mind; to imagine.
Fancy (v. t.) To have a fancy for; to like; to be pleased with, particularly on account of external appearance or manners.
Fancy (v. t.) To believe without sufficient evidence; to imagine (something which is unreal).
Fancy (a.) Adapted to please the fancy or taste; ornamental; as, fancy goods.
Fancy (a.) Extravagant; above real value.