from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To imagine; fancy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make more beautiful
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Use it on fish, vegetables, to fancify your vinaigrette, or on anything you wish to grace with a breath of the French countryside.
I love it when cover artists take the time to really fancify the titles rather than just slap them on half-assed in the default Times New Roman font though that works for some designs.
Erik from the website Fancy Fast Food visited the Miss Softee truck on Wednesday to fancify some soft serve, and the whole thing was caught on video.
Despite the rain it looks like Dan Delaney and Fancy Fast Food managed to make it to the Famous Halal Guys cart on 53rd and 6th yesterday to fancify a plate of street meat for a future episode of VendrTV.
You can fancify it to make it green (adding water from boiled spinach to the dough), red (water from boiled beetroot), or presumably another color derived from the left-overs of other boiled vegetable water.
Thus, when First Lady Julia Grant tried to fancify presidential entertaining by adopting the multicourse French style of dining, frozen punch was a natural choice as the interlude between entrées and game.
It was the attempt to raise California wine out of the jug doldrums that allowed varietals, and then fighting varietals, to come in and fancify everything.
Just spent a couple of minutes to fancify No Fat Clips’ Odeo page.
"No man unacquainted with my determination never to embellish or fancify such accounts, could believe in the description
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