Fancy in a sentence

Definition of Fancy

Decorative. | Of a superior grade. | Executed with skill.

Short Example Sentence for Fancy

  • 1. I fancy she must have been pretty as a girl.
  • 2. Was it possible that he was going to take a fancy to her?
  • 3. Till flows their fancy in poetic rills.
  • 4. He must have taken a fancy to you, then.
  • 5. I could not mount my fancy into the termagant vein.
  • 6. You fancy that no one knows your secret reasons for it.
  • 7. It's my opinion, he'll take a fancy to our sour beer.
  • 8. He seemed to be tormented by some strange fancy or apprehension.
  • 9. In this dismal way was a creature of feeling and fancy brought up.
  • 10. This perilous fancy made his pulses throb and his eyes gleam.
  • 11. And perchance thou dost fancy that they amended their evil ways?
  • 12. Just fancy living alone in this great house, not a soul to speak to all day!
  • 13. I could not keep Fatima's fancy out of my head.
  • 14. He looks poor, and I fancy he has lived through very hard times.
  • 15. That is why I am so thankful that you should have taken a fancy to Margaret.
  • 16. Now, I don't fancy this young Culpeper.

How to use Fancy in a Sentence?

  • 1. To my fancy they were clothed invisibly in the damp and cobwebby mould of antiquity.
  • 2. The old man glanced at his fancy new outfit, and thought he saw another way out.
  • 3. I can recollect the horrors with which they fed my heated fancy during an eruption of Vesuvius.
  • 4. Miss Pat had piqued her fancy and she took a very determined course to gain her point.
  • 5. I have had to exercise a little duplicity, but I fancy that it has been successful.
  • 6. Nor could the man get any more jobs, though I fancy his hunt for them was not too strenuous.
  • 7. After all, perhaps, you will find me only an ignoramus, though I fancy myself quite an adept.
  • 8. I fancy when you played the comedy with M. Auguste, tragedy was only just round the corner.
  • 9. Those people who fancy that this question confines itself to the lighter-minded sex have much to learn.
  • 10. Neither are we able to follow him in the play of metaphysical fancy which conducts him from one determination of thought to another.
  • 11. Joan's irrepressible fancy recalled the last occasion on which she had heard this noble anthem.
  • 12. It was an amusement as good as many others to practise, and he had taken a fancy to it after the first few days.
  • 13. Can you fancy anything more naively touching than this old mandarin spending several thousand pounds to console his white man?
  • 14. O my friend, do you not see that nothing can exceed our ignorance, and yet we fancy that we are saying something good?
  • 15. Dangerous question to ask the grave idealist, but he had taken a great fancy to her, he sympathised with many of her feelings.
  • 16. He is just an overgrown, spoilt child, devoted to amusements, and following his fancy wherever it leads him.
  • 17. There was nothing astonishing in the disappointment; the only marvel was that I should have indulged in so foolish a fancy for so long.
  • 18. Some fancy had induced her to strip off her jewels at the last moment, and she wore no ornaments save a band of black velvet around her neck.
  • 19. We were for some time in a distant part of the mountains, and our wild adventurous kind of life hit my fancy wonderfully, and diverted my thoughts.
  • 20. I had heard much of her beauty from Filippo, but my fancy had become so engrossed by one idea of beauty as not to admit of any other.
  • 21. The fancy they have for wandering about between sea and sky, when Nature has not enabled them to support themselves in either, is truly wonderful.
  • 22. A lark, rising from the field before me, and leaving, as it were, a stream of song behind him as he rose, lifted my fancy with him.
  • 23. He kissed me as a young father might have done, with a sort of pride, and I was able to perceive he had taken an instant fancy to me.
  • 24. Tibetan monasteries are undeniably rich, but, especially in outlying parts, I fancy they do all their buying and selling in kind.