At that rate, even the fanciest steak dinner would still be a bargain by comparison.
With respect to restaurants, I tend not to like the fanciest places.
The rest shows up only in the fanciest of fancy sushi restaurants.
One of Kate's gynecologists delivers exclusively at London's fanciest maternity hospital, The Portland.
From stocking stuffers to the world's fanciest food processor, gifts for cooks of every age and experience level.
And, believe me, they was the fanciest poultry specimens I'd ever seen!
It was the fanciest and most expensive screwdriver you ever saw.
And now the cricket is the fastest and fanciest hopper there is.
He was going through his fanciest evolutions when he passed me.
It takes up several pages and includes some of the fanciest language the senior Mr. Harper could disinter from the Unabridged.
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.