[ UK /fˈænsɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈfænsid/ ]
  1. formed or conceived by the imagination
    a fictional character
    a fancied wrong
    a fabricated excuse for his absence
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How To Use fancied In A Sentence

  • I fancied up the dress with some pearls.
  • Everybody shouts it, mule-driver, "coachee," or cattle-driver; and even I, a passenger, fancied I could do it to disagreeable perfection after a time. The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner
  • Nobody fancied taking the stuff the next week. Notorious: The Maddest and Baddest Sportsmen on the Planet
  • In 1988 I was fortunate enough to be at Wembley to watch unfancied Wimbledon's notable FA Cup Final victory against Liverpool.
  • That will have blown away the cobwebs and he is strongly fancied to regain winning brackets. The Sun
  • I've always enjoyed snorkelling and I fancied scuba diving, so I was keen to have a go.
  • Other trainers may have more fancied runners but I can sit back and enjoy it. The Sun
  • Next day, confidence shot, four less fancied runners all won. Times, Sunday Times
  • I missed him like mad and even though I fancied Paul now, I'll always love James.
  • The young girls were all fancied up for the party
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