Other Words for Fancy
Fancy as a Adjective has these synonyms:
de luxe, luxury, luxurious, choice, select, prime, special, elegant, superior, quality, high-class, posh
Example: They stock only fancy fruits and vegetables. She has a fancy suite at the Cardigan Hotel.
Example: One has to pay very fancy prices for haute couture.
illusory, capricious, fanciful, extravagant, fantastic, far-fetched, delusive, whimsical, visionary, unrealistic, grandiose
Example: He has some fancy ideas about building an undersea city.
Example: These chimeras are entirely a product of his fancy.
imagination, fantasy, hallucination, delusion, illusion, unreality, make-believe, dream, day-dream, pipedream, mirage, phantasm, phantom, figment (of the imagination), impression
Example: Our plans for the future must be based on fact, not fancy.
ornate, decorative, decorated, ornamental, ornamented, elaborate, embellished, embroidered, fanciful, extravagant, rococo, baroque, gingerbread, Byzantine, complicated, intricate, complex
Example: The modern trend has been away from fancy architecture.
Fancy as a Noun has these synonyms:
Example: His fancy today is that he invented electricity.
Example: He fancies himself on a big yacht in the Mediterranean.
liking, inclination, fondness, taste, penchant, attraction, preference, partiality, predilection, yearning, craving, hankering, wish, desire, longing
Example: Miss Crow's fancy for younger men often causes her some embarrassment.
think, imagine, understand, believe, suspect, guess, conjecture, presume, surmise, assume, take it, suppose, infer, reckon
Example: From his costume I fancy he must be Superman. Fancy Kim winning the Nobel prize.