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  • adj. superlative form of fancy: most fancy.; most fancy.


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  • Hutchinson calls the fanciest Scion dealerships "boutique" models.

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  • One of the fanciest things about the very fancy dinner for Blenheim Palace on Thursday at Sotheby's was that the water on the table came directly from Blenheim, the country palace in England that is the primary residence of the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough.

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  • She had already bragged to me how much of his money she would spend and how she would insist he take her to one of the fanciest restaurants in the city.


  • We spared no expense and had prime rib, lobster, shrimp, turkey, clams and pasta, beautiful plates of vegetables and fruit, and the fanciest desserts.


  • He told her sarcastically, “They brought me food from the fanciest restaurant,” though nearly three weeks later, he admitted to her, “I was very close to dying.”

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  • You could wear it to the fanciest party ever, or you could wear it over jeans.

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  • She always said that as long as she served boxed wines in her (his) fanciest cut crystal decanters their guests never knew the difference.

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  • The Omotesando and Ginza districts, Tokyo's fanciest retail areas, were busy with shoppers this weekend, though the sidewalks were less crowded than is typical.

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  • The fanciest guns consume 1,300 man-hours of labor.

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  • And while you're at it, upload your own photos decked out in your fanciest headpieces -- from hats to headbands -- to our user gallery.

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