[ UK /fˈænsɪɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈfænsiɝ/ ]
  1. a person having a strong liking for something
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How To Use fancier In A Sentence

  • The building used to look a bit fancier, and much more decorative, but it was never rebuilt.
  • Girls may be given fancier names because this fits in with a traditionally feminine image.
  • I harbour no suspicion of its verity; for marvellous things have been told me, by my brother, of the whimsical phrensies of book-fanciers. Bibliomania; or Book-Madness A Bibliographical Romance
  • They even took a good portion of the fancier meats like mutton, quail, and deer.
  • Instead, the message should be reinforced that simple dishes such as grilled fish, wholemeal rice and carrots can be just as healthy as fancier fare.
  • She tries to hold on to as much genuine stuff as she can while pandering to fancier tastes.
  • The owner Juan Blanco then pulls out all the stops, with simply cooked but sparklingly fresh fish that would put a much fancier restaurant to shame.
  • Tasers are supposed to be a replacement for other and more damaging plod tactics such as bludgeoning, pepper-spraying or choking suspects into compliance, so it's important to be able to use them on meth fanciers. The Register
  • Entomologists, nutritionists and other insect fanciers scoff at Westerners' bias against bugs.
  • In a late '70s newsletter to prospective ocicat fanciers, Daly explained that one reason for the breed's spotty progress was a pet limitation ordinance passed by the town council where she lived.
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