As I worked at fancier restaurants, we served various Pilsners, Amber Ales, India Pale Ales, and a multitude of microbrews.
They fought over it and cried over it, and they eventually decided to go for the fancier affair.
While there may be fancier options, I liked the comfort of knowing these guys are doing this all day, every day.
The other remembered that he had bought a bull-terrier from a fancier in the Mile End Road.
The fancier tries to breed a bird that comes the nearest to this model.
Hence a fancier can with the greatest ease select and match his birds.
The shows provide bedding, food, and water, but the fancier supplies his own chains and leads.
Although more or less of regulation size, shape and ornamentation are left to the individual taste of the fancier.
Standing rather close around her were a half dozen men with fancier hats and ruffs and wide-flaring riding gauntlets.
Undoubtedly no fancier ever did intentionally make such an attempt.
mid-15c., contraction of fantasy, it took the older and longer word's sense of "inclination, whim, desire." Meaning "fans of an amusement or sport, collectively" is attested by 1735, especially (though not originally) of the prize ring. The adjective is recorded from mid-18c.