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Captain Crowe had fancied that Mrs. Lunn had shown him special favor that afternoon, and ventured to think himself secure.
THE LIFE OF NANCYSARAH ORNE JEWETT
He fancied that she was writhing on her seat, that she was tearing her handkerchief with her hands.
THE CASTLE INNSTANLEY JOHN WEYMAN
It was a wonderful talisman, secreted—I fancied in the dream—by the goddess of the Social Revolution.
Geoff could almost have fancied there was a cockney twang about it.
GREAT UNCLE HOOT-TOOTMRS. MOLESWORTH
If Sheila had fancied it to be her duty, she would have come here at any cost.
In retaliation for some real or fancied grievance, a few irresponsibles commenced throwing things out of a top-storey window.
McPherson had startled Johnston in his fancied security, but had not done the full measure of his work.
And he laughed heartily at what he fancied was a most witty conceit.
TONY BUTLERCHARLES JAMES LEVER
I felt as I had never felt before; as utterly unlike as could be the brave Tipperary boy I fancied myself.
PADDY FINNW. H. G. KINGSTON
Yet, in the dim light of the open field he fancied he saw a piteous smile dimple her cheeks.
THE GREAT MOGULLOUIS TRACY

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