noun, plural fan·cies.
adjective, fan·ci·er, fan·ci·est.
verb (used with object), fan·cied, fan·cy·ing.
Origin of fancy
Examples from the Web for fanciest
From stocking stuffers to the world's fanciest food processor, gifts for cooks of every age and experience level.
One of Kate's gynecologists delivers exclusively at London's fanciest maternity hospital, The Portland.Too Posh to Push: Inside Kate's Exclusive London Maternity Hospital|Tom Sykes|December 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
With respect to restaurants, I tend not to like the fanciest places.Overrated/Underrated: Food, Glorious and Otherwise|Michael Tomasky|June 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The rest shows up only in the fanciest of fancy sushi restaurants.Radioactive Tuna Won’t Kill You—but Should We Be Concerned About Mercury?|Daniel Stone|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
At that rate, even the fanciest steak dinner would still be a bargain by comparison.Forget the Starbucks Backlash—We Should Be Eating More Bugs|Daniel Stone|April 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It takes up several pages and includes some of the fanciest language the senior Mr. Harper could disinter from the Unabridged.A Plea for Old Cap Collier|Irvin S. Cobb
And, believe me, they was the fanciest poultry specimens I'd ever seen!Torchy, Private Sec.|Sewell Ford
I showed the rug to Ivy and then carried it off to the woods and spread it in my first and fanciest trap.IT and Other Stories|Gouverneur Morris
Jake Tuttle is there with the four children, buying them the fanciest of footgear for the morrow.Green Valley|Katharine Reynolds
I'll show you some of the fanciest shooting you'll ever see in your life!On the Trail of the Space Pirates|Carey Rockwell
British Dictionary definitions for fanciest
adjective -cier or -ciest
noun plural -cies
verb -cies, -cying or -cied (tr)
Word Origin for fancy
Idioms and Phrases with fanciest
see flight of fancy; footloose and fancy-free; take a fancy to; tickle one's fancy;.