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Definition of "fancied" [fan•cied]

  • Imaginary; unreal (adjective)
  • Thought likely to win or succeed (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of fancy. (verb)

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Use "fancied" in a sentence
  • "The oil companies and speculators won "big time," to use a phrase fancied by one famous administration official early on."
  • "Ala al-Din fancied that the Caliph was jesting with him; but, on the morrow, the King went in to Kut al-Kulub and said to her, I have given thee to Ala Al – Din, whereat she rejoiced, for she had seen and loved him."
  • "When he roused himself from his thoughtful quest, he fancied from the turn of the hand, and its situation in reference to himself, that the Unseen Eyes were looking at him keenly."
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