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fancied

[ fan-seed ]
/ ˈfæn sid /
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adjective
unreal; imaginary: to be upset by fancied grievances.
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Origin of fancied

First recorded in1560–70; fancy + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM fancied

un·fan·cied, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for fancied

fancied
/ (ˈfænsɪd) /

adjective
imaginary; unreal
thought likely to win or succeeda fancied runner
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