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fancy-free

[ fan-see-free ]
/ ˈfæn siˈfri /
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adjective
free from any emotional tie or influence, especially that of love.
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Origin of fancy-free

First recorded in 1580–90; fancy + -free
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British Dictionary definitions for fancy-free

fancy-free

adjective
having no commitments; carefree
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