adjective, dan·ci·er, dan·ci·est.
Examples from the Web for dancy
I owe that to Dancy, who, of all men in the world, I don't choose to make wait.Gladys, the Reaper|Anne Beale
Bentman told me at Newmarket yesterday that Dancy did know of the sale.
Not so mad as the conclusion Dancy jumped to when he lighted on my balcony.
I came down with Dancy this morning, and he knew nothing about it.
The General happened to put his hand on Dancy's shoulder, and it was damp.