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Fancy

Pronunciation of Fancy
/fˈansi/, /fˈansi/, /f_ˈa_n_s_i/

Antonyms for fancy:

unadorned, fact, plain, actuality, reality, unornamented, simple, poor, vanilla.

Synonyms for fancy:

Sense 1

upfront, fantastical, chimera, upscale, fantasize, imaginativeness, love, fashion-conscious, freak, Boutade, half-price, cherish, enjoy, nonrefundable, imagine, assume, swanky, upmarket, all-inclusive, Discounted, opinion, megrim, amorousness, belief, all in.

Sense 2

introductory, complicated, chargeable, go in for, daydream, Phantasma, imaginative, fiction, envisage, impulse, intricate, flashy.

Sense 3

elegant, consideration, conceive, liking, fantastic, basic, bee, flight, Phantasm, worth, designer, conceit, inclusive, posh.

Sense 4

passion, extra, whimsical, premium.

Sense 5

exclusive, pleasure.

Sense 6

will.

Sense 7

mind.

Sense 10

think.

Sense 17

good.

avocation

hobby.

choose

elect.

conjecture

guess.

costly

expensive.

craze

fad.

desire

take to.

fixation

obsession.

guesswork

guessing.

illusion

figment, illusion.

love

love.

lure

temptation.

pattern

weave.

thoroughbred

blooded.

vagary

quirk.

Other synonyms and related words:

pleasure, love, preference, dream, Boutade, fondness, notion, reckon, idea, exorbitant, partiality, undue, imagination, assume, freak, concept, conception, regard, impression, think, take to, fantasy, elegant, guess, go for, liking, mind, imagine, megrim, conceit, imaginativeness, consider, phantasy, believe, thought, shine, conceive, understand, fanciful, expensive, blooded.

beautifying (adjective)

decorative.

complicated (adjective)

involved.

expensive (adjective)

upscale.

extravagant, ornamental (adjective)

gaudy, elaborate, rococo, decorative, chichi, showy, florid, garnished, baroque, elegant, lavish, intricate, fanciful, embellished, rich, gingerbread, complicated, ornate.

fashionable (adjective)

stylish, chic, conventional, smart, modal, slick, decorous, ritzy, chichi, fashionable, coordinated, dashing, Tony, dapper, refined, swank, rakish, vogue, snappy, up-to-date, natty, showy.

lacy (adjective)

lacelike.

ornamental (adjective)

Enriching, Garnishing, elegant, lavish, crowning, Dandifying, Adorning, ornamental, quaint, gingerbread, picturesque, pretty, intricate, decorative, gaudy.

ornately spoken or written (adjective)

ponderous, flowery, florid, flamboyant, bloated, bombastic, embellished, grandiloquent, gilded, voluble, rhetorical, ornate, opulent, rococo, highfalutin, elaborate, baroque, showy, rich, inflated, splashy, high-sounding, lofty, eloquent.

plush (adjective)

swanky.

Sense 2 (noun)

imagine, conceive, assume.

Sense 3 (noun)

imaginativeness, imagination, taste, predilection, love affair, preference.

Sense 4 (noun)

figment, extra, chargeable, Discounted, good, all in, all-inclusive, half-price, daydream, Phantasma, fiction, basic, inclusive, Phantasm.

Sense 5 (noun)

megrim, notion, impulse, humor, Boutade, freak, bee, conceit.

Sense 6 (noun)

mind, liking, will, pleasure.

Sense 7 (noun)

passion, love, amorousness.

Sense 11 (noun)

upmarket, fashion-conscious, designer, flashy, upscale.

belief (noun)

opinion.

caprice (noun)

randomness, fitfulness, fancifulness, fickleness, caprice, sporadicalness, impulsiveness, indecisiveness, arbitrariness, fleetingness, volatility, vagary, fluctuation, flightiness, whimsy, vacillation, changeability, whim.

cognition (noun)

phantasy, illusion, fantasy.

craze (noun)

fad.

desire (noun)

want.

fancy (noun)

picture, aureate, puffed, damask, fanciful, figure, project, crackle, fondness, crenellate, elaborate, envision, fantasy, see, partiality, busy, castled, showy, image, churrigueresco, lacy, vermiculated, visualize, indented, crenellated, rich, fussy, lacelike, crenelate, phantasy, illusion, vermiculate, battlemented, visualise, take to, crenelated, florid, damascened, baroque, dressy, vermicular, luxuriant, rococo, embattled, garnished, go for, damascene, flamboyant, churrigueresque, puff, castellated.

imagination (noun)

imaginativeness, unreality.

impulse, urge (noun)

pleasure, thought, vagary, will, caprice, notion, mind, idea, liking, humor, imagination, impression, whim, conceit, conception.

liking, dream (noun)

predilection, reverie, hallucination, illusion, delusion, fantasy, imaginativeness, daydream, partiality, Phantasm, preference, invention, chimera, itch, figment, fondness.

love (noun)

amorousness.

obsession (noun)

obsession.

state of mind (noun)

mood.

thought (noun)

thought.

choose (verb)

favor, decide, determine, pick, judge, prefer, choose, like, select, wish, adopt, elect, espouse.

desire (verb)

pine, welcome, need, want, desire, covet, expect, crave, hanker, grasp, hunger, lust, yearn, long, thirst, hope, itch.

imagine, create (verb)

image, envisage, envision, reckon, picture, think, conceive, realize, vision, visualize, believe, fantasize, guess.

love, desire (verb)

take to, desire, crave, favor, like, prefer, relish.

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