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Sentence count:67Posted:2017-02-06Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: imaginaryimaginednotionalSimilar words: fancierbeautifulfancyrancidancientadvancingfinancialemancipationMeaning: ['fænsɪfʊl]  adj. 1. indulging in or influenced by fancy 2. not based on fact; dubious 3. having a curiously intricate quality. 
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1, Designing silicon chips to mimic human organs sounds fanciful.
2, Children are very fanciful.
3, He has some fanciful notion about converting one room of his apartment into a gallery.
4, I dismissed the rumors as fanciful.
5, No, that was too fanciful.
6, This is not just some fanciful theory.
7, This may seem a somewhat fanciful proposition, but no less a person than Chomsky has suggested such a possibility.
8, It fails because it is usually based on fanciful or distorted comparisons.
9, I was holding on to some fanciful notion of marriage as a vehicle for independence.
10, That fanciful world we return to, usually, when we become geriatrics.
11, But these themes are always interspersed with more fanciful ones: grimacing masks, weird animals, exuberant abstract patterns.
12, Fanciful though this may sound, Blackburn is a skilful and subtle enough writer to pull it off.
13, No, too fanciful to consider him in the role of murderer.
14, A fanciful idea by some toy manufacturer which only goes to underline what was said previously about imagination and licence!
15, This is an illogical, nay, fanciful urge since I have never really heard them.
16, Some of these products have fanciful names which imply that they are for the calorie conscious.
17, Makine is a good writer, poetic but never fanciful, and one who treats childhood reflected through experience with delicacy.
18, It is fanciful to assume that a tight-fisted state will produce open-handed citizens.
19, In effect, a cultural symbiosis forms between fanciful, driven club owners and inveterate clubgoers.
20, It was imaginative waistcoat with exceedingly fanciful glass buttons.
21, The suggestion that there was a conspiracy is not entirely fanciful.
22, With such singers, such music and such a story, Mr Alden's approach seemed nevertheless too fanciful by half.
23, The Guinness family, the last owners of the estate,( had also built a fanciful fishing lodge beside the castle.
24, Frequently we tend to be led astray by the fanciful language of introspective psychology.
25, The attraction of shells has often been enhanced by attributing to them symbolic meanings suggested by more or less fanciful resemblances.
26, The notion of some man on a white horse saving the party with a late candidacy is fanciful.
27, Judgement must be suspended and as many ideas as possible, nomatterhow fanciful, collected and recorded, from any source.
28, The plainness of the rooms in this series makes an interesting counterpoint to the fanciful objects and people that inhabit them.
29, Having served on the Fed, I find this objection fanciful in the extreme.
30, The avatar can be a realistic depiction of the actual person or a completely fanciful one.
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