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flights of fancy

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  • ‘Yes … yes, certainly, Miss Menzies,’ replied Deborah, who dreaded Laura’s end-of-the-day flights of fancy when she herself was tired and the indefatigable student apparently as fresh as paint.

    Laurels are Poison

  • He did seem to have a good practical basis for his flights of fancy and, it turned out, had even written a book on the apiary arts entitled A Practical Handbook of Bee Culture.

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice

  • It contained an odd mixture of folkishness, natural history, mild flights of fancy and, apparently, a certain amount of scientific fact.

    Scales of Justice

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  • "The game Flights of Fancy or Reverse Strip Jump is played from as high a jumping-point as a competitor will dare. After each successful jump, the competitor is allowed to put on an article of clothing. Thirteen jumps is normally more than enough to see a competitor fully dressed for the day."
    - petergreenaway.co.uk

    January 15, 2008