Synonyms for fancier
Antonyms for fancier
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FANCIER
He knew them as a trainer knows horses, or a fancier knows dogs.
Why, she changed her name to one fancier that you might have heard talk of?
Having been a fancier himself, Billy knew how the birds were housed.
For when has the character of the voice influenced a fancier in selecting?
No fancier than your own, commented Fudge, still a trifle disgruntled.
Upon the fancier who does understand this philosophy they make no impression at all.
Its only ornament is the cat, and his beauty is more apparent to the artist than to the fancier.
The fancier tries to breed a bird that comes the nearest to this model.
Although more or less of regulation size, shape and ornamentation are left to the individual taste of the fancier.
Ten pound corrugated cartons are widely used, newer and fancier packs being but one layer deep.
mid-15c., contraction of fantasy, it took the older and longer word's sense of "inclination, whim, desire." Meaning "fans of an amusement or sport, collectively" is attested by 1735, especially (though not originally) of the prize ring. The adjective is recorded from mid-18c.