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fancy

1. (of a domestic animal) bred for particular qualities
2. Lit the power to conceive and represent decorative and novel imagery, esp in poetry. Fancy was held by Coleridge to be more casual and superficial than imagination
3. Music a composition for solo lute, keyboard, etc., current during the 16th and 17th centuries
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Follow the steps provided in this comprehensive and step-by-step instructional guide to retro fit an existing structure into a chicken palace fit for the fanciest hens.
Owned by The Mall Group, Emporium is located on Sukhumvit Road, a prime district in Bangkok that includes some of the country's fanciest department stores.
"That's why we decided to compile a list of eateries offering high-end animal-free options - and Birmingham is home to one of the fanciest." The charity singled out Simpsons senior sous chef Leo Kattou, stating: "From a stint on MasterChef: The Professionals to creating beautiful vegan menus to delight visitors to this Michelin-starred restaurant, Leo does it all.
MY Instagram feed is full of globe-trotting World Cup stars enjoying their summer breaks in some of the fanciest destinations on the planet.
Everyone was able to dress up in their fanciest attire to join our residents and our team, and we all had a royal time."
Join them on this journey of collecting cute dogs and turning them into the fanciest dogs ever seen.
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Ladies, try your hand at disguises by putting on your fanciest frock and an ornate mask for a masquerade ball, while the gentlemen get suited up for an elegant evening of dancing and fizz.
In the city's fanciest buildings, porters and door attendants act as bike valets.
However, public institutions now rent the fanciest cars.