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


The other he had left on the deck of the Fancy Free, his spare diving gear.

And then I said, “Twenty-seven years old and still free and fancy free?”

She had learned, in the wisdom of her sex, that he was fancy free.

She seems to be fancy free, and for some reason I feel sorry for the girl.

I've gone about in maiden meditation and man's breeches, fancy free.

Cap'n of the Fancy Free, that flash little lugger out beyond.

If your affections had been fancy free, wouldn't you have married Mlle. de Beaumesnil?

In this case the very slightness of the material on which his mind dwelt set the wings of his fancy free.

Whatever our wishes, we do not expect ghosts to be real, and we are fancy free to invent or distort as we may.

Her gallant rescuer being a married man, Evangelina remains to this day in "maiden meditation, fancy free."