fancy[ fan-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF fancy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FANCY
I fancy, now, there's not a good waiter this side of New York.
If he had engaged himself to a handsome schoolmistress, it was his fancy, and he could afford it.
She shook her head and the fancy cleared away, and then others came.
"But you forget where we are," answered the Man of Fancy, who overheard the remark.
But, I fancy, it is many, many years ago since he was bashful.
"I fancy it must be because you call them fishes and not fish," replied Vavasor.
I fancy that is just the one thing the human faculty is least able to cope with.
Also Franks was beginning to feel or to fancy his strength and elasticity not quite what they had been.
I fancy there are many such stories in real life which will never get told.
For she thought in the night he will forget his notion, as had often been the case, and he will have some other fancy.