• Definition for "fanciful"
    • Created inside fancy; unreal: a fanciful story.
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fanciful definition

  • adjective:
    • Created inside fancy; unreal: a fanciful story.
    • maintaining indulge in fancy: a fanciful brain.
    • Showing creation or whimsy in design; imaginative. See Synonyms at fantastic.
    • imaginative or fantastic; unreal or thought
    • Full of elegant; led by elegant, instead of by explanation and experience; whimsical.
    • Conceived inside fancy; maybe not in keeping with realities or reason; abounding in perfect qualities or numbers
    • Curiously shaped or constructed.
    • maybe not considering fact; unreal
    • indulging in or impacted by elegant
    • having a curiously intricate quality
    • Created within the elegant; unreal: a fanciful story.
    • maintaining enjoy fancy: a fanciful head.
    • Showing innovation or whimsy in design; imaginative. See Synonyms at great.
    • imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
    • filled with fancy; guided by fancy, without by explanation and experience; whimsical.
    • Conceived into the fancy; not consistent with facts or reason; abounding in perfect characteristics or numbers
    • Curiously shaped or constructed.
    • maybe not predicated on fact; unreal
    • indulging in or influenced by elegant
    • having a curiously intricate high quality
    • developed inside fancy; unreal: a fanciful tale.
    • looking after indulge in fancy: a fanciful head.
    • Showing creation or whimsy in design; imaginative. See Synonyms at great.
    • imaginative or great; unreal or thought
    • high in fancy; led by elegant, versus by explanation and experience; whimsical.
    • Conceived in fancy; not in keeping with facts or explanation; abounding in ideal characteristics or figures
    • Curiously shaped or built.
    • maybe not according to reality; unreal
    • indulging in or impacted by elegant
    • having a curiously complex high quality
  • others:
    • Led by elegant instead of by explanation and experience; susceptible to the influence of fancy; whimsical: put on persons.
    • Opposed to real.
    • Dictated or from elegant; attracting or engaging the elegant; characterized by capricious aspects or attributes; inquisitive: placed on things: as, a fanciful plan; fanciful shapes.
    • Synonyms Imaginative, visionary, capricious, eccentric.
    • Fanciful, Fantastic, Grotesque, chimerical, wild. Great and grotesque is applied to persons or even things, but grotesque to persons only if suggesting outward look. That which is fanciful is strange, yet not beyond the purpose of pleasing; what is fantastic goes beyond the period, suggesting an unregulated or half-crazy fancy: as, the nice notions or dress of a lunatic. That which is grotesque carries fancy so far as to-be abnormal, outrageous, a combination of incongruous parts, a travesty upon the real or proper.
    • Led by elegant versus by explanation and knowledge; susceptible to the impact of fancy; whimsical: put on people.
    • in opposition to real.
    • Dictated or made by elegant; appealing to or engaging the elegant; described as capricious aspects or characteristics; wondering: put on things: because, a fanciful plan; fanciful shapes.
    • Synonyms Imaginative, visionary, capricious, eccentric.
    • Fanciful, Great, Grotesque, chimerical, wild. Great and grotesque could be put on persons or even things, but grotesque to persons only when showing outward look. Whatever is fanciful is strange, but not beyond the purpose of pleasing; what is great goes beyond that point, recommending an unregulated or half-crazy fancy: because, the nice notions or dress of a lunatic. What is grotesque carries elegant as far as is abnormal, outrageous, a combination of incongruous parts, a travesty upon the real or appropriate.
    • Led by fancy without by explanation and knowledge; susceptible to the influence of fancy; whimsical: applied to people.
    • in opposition to real.
    • Dictated or created by elegant; attracting or engaging the elegant; characterized by capricious aspects or attributes; inquisitive: placed on things: as, a fanciful scheme; fanciful forms.
    • Synonyms Imaginative, visionary, capricious, eccentric.
    • Fanciful, Great, Grotesque, chimerical, wild. Great and grotesque might be applied to people or to things, but grotesque to people only when showing outward look. Whatever is fanciful is strange, yet not beyond the point of pleasing; whatever is fantastic goes beyond that point, recommending an unregulated or half-crazy fancy: since, the fantastic notions or gown of a lunatic. That which is grotesque carries elegant in terms of become abnormal, ridiculous, a combination of incongruous parts, a travesty upon the true or appropriate.
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