Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He was full of dreams and fancies, all of the higher order of things where love is the law.

Shakespeare, one fancies, was a gentleman by nature, and a good deal more.

But, niece, it is not making too much fun of him to fall in with his fancies.

In the making of fancies and jests he sees a chance of delay.

She had thus a double being, although she was alone with her fancies.

"I believe he not only fancies, but is sure of it now, from experience," said Belinda.

Innocence, like a fool as it is, fancies it has only to speak to be believed.

Folks in good health have their fancies, too, and strange ones, every day.'

Extraordinary things were related about Silviane's tastes and fancies.

And this Lady Olivia fancies that she is a perfect French woman!