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No, I didn't fancy it.
Be a warm day I fancy.
That first half was fancy.
More than a passing fancy.
Not that it was very fancy.
So I don't fancy anyone yet.
This fancy phone ain't mine.

Takes you as cramp, I fancy.
It didn’t have big fancy.
Look at the fancy stitching.
That one is dead, I fancy.
It was real pretty and fancy.
Perhaps it was only my fancy.
Not a theory; it was a fancy.
That fancy pair of shoes is.
Perhaps you did not fancy her.
He did not fancy the idea of.
Meanwhile I fancy it is not.
There are no fancy tricks here.
Fancy yard that a child guards.
He wore his fancy dinner jacket.
If it's my fancy, that's enough.
I fancy it contains her letters.
I won’t lie, I fancy Emily.
I fancy I must have made a scene.
Can you fancy the figure he cut?
I fancy he has a hard life of it.
Boys like me don’t fancy combs.
It doesn't even have to be fancy.
You don't need anything fancy here.
He dressed fancy and drove a high.
Like a reply to a fancy invitation.
Try to avoid building fancy slides.
But think of me, fancy my position.
Nothing fancy in this old house.
Do not use fancy colours or buttons.
In fancy, the voluptuous votary of.
It's not fancy, but it does the job.
Is it passing fancy that rules all?
I sat silent—I fancy I bored them.
And I cannot help fancying somebody is about the house.
He was not at all the same as Konstantin had been fancying him.
Anne turned toward her bed again, fancying that she had smelled.
It was just after fancying this, that he met Alyosha in the street.
When there's no outlet for it and it gets clotted, you begin fancying.
He was still fancying that Grushenka really was somewhere in the house.
Emma watched him with a look of anguish, fancying she saw an accusation.
When there's no outlet for it and it gets clotted, you begin fancying things.
When there’s no outlet for it and it gets clotted, you begin fancying things….
He kept fancying that he was not asleep, and that Vasya was still lying on the bed.
Danglars brightened up on beholding it, fancying that it gave some promise of safety.
When you were writing your article, surely you couldn't have helped, he-he! fancying yourself.
Emma watched him with a look of anguish, fancying she saw an accusation in every line of his face.
I have no ground for the nonsensical vanity of fancying everybody who comes near me is in love with me.
I went at five o'clock, and walked; fancying I might manage to creep into the house, and up to Linton's room, unobserved.
I went at five o’clock, and walked; fancying I might manage to creep into the house, and up to Linton’s room, unobserved.
He had never said a word to anyone, not even to Phil when he had confided in him about fancying Sabrina so many years before.
Morel had white tips in her bonnet, and some white on her blouse, and was teased by both her sons for fancying herself so grand.
I had had a strange idea in my head ever since the previous day: I kept fancying that he would be received with hisses as soon as he appeared.
I sav’d the Bellars Missive for later, fancying that ’twould cause me the greatest Inquietude, and open’d the one that was splotch’d with Mud.
She was always fancying that Kolya was unfeeling to her, and at times, dissolving into hysterical tears, she used to reproach him with his coldness.
It is transparent, as I said before; and being laid upon the printed page, I have sometimes pleased myself with fancying it exerted a magnifying influence.
This Cide Hamete Benengeli thought fit to reveal at once, not to keep the world in suspense, fancying that the head had some strange magical mystery in it.
At last, unable to bear it any longer, and fancying she had gone to Rouen, he set out along the highroad, walked a mile, met no one, again waited, and returned home.
I kept fancying how the little thing cried and moaned (a child of four years old understands, you know), and all the while the thought of pineapple compote haunted me.
We fellows were always fancying that he would escape; but his hour did not come, or perhaps had come and gone; anyhow, he went through with his punishment without resistance.
I debated a moment, wondering if this were a corpse partially buried, or a sick man, but as I looked, fancying I could see him breathing, I jumped down and pulled off the cloth.
I am indeed always in terror over the ladies' opera-glasses which usually lie on the edge of the boxes; I am constantly fancying that they will fly down on some unsuspecting head.
One of those, however, that stood near him, fancying he was mocking them, lifted up a long staff he had in his hand and smote him such a blow with it that Sancho dropped helpless to the ground.
Deneb walked stealing covert looks at Cleo now and then under the star lit sky, fancying a morning walk with her, their hands entwined and her head on his shoulders, Cleo snuggling to him for warmth.
Such statesmen, and such statesmen only, are capable of fancying that they will find some advantage in employing the blood and treasure of their fellow-citizens, to found and maintain such an empire.
She looked and looked, longing to know which might be least valuable; and was determined in her choice at last, by fancying there was one necklace more frequently placed before her eyes than the rest.
Fauchelevent arrived with Cosette, the porter had not been able to refrain from communicating to his wife this aside: I don't know why it is, but I can't help fancying that I've seen that face before.
Don Quixote pursued his journey in the high spirits, satisfaction, and self-complacency already described, fancying himself the most valorous knight-errant of the age in the world because of his late victory.
Deneb walked stealing covert looks at Cleo now and then under the star lit sky, fancying a morning walk with her, their hands entwined and her head on his shoulders, Cleo snuggling to him for warmth in the future.
Charles sank back into his arm-chair overwhelmed, trying to discover what could be wrong with her, fancying some nervous illness, weeping, and vaguely feeling something fatal and incomprehensible whirling round him.
I write "I suppose," though I know for a fact that I have made it up, but yet I keep fancying that it must have happened somewhere at some time, that it must have happened on Christmas Eve in some great town in a time of terrible frost.
The manner in which Miss Steele had spoken of Edward, increased her curiosity; for it struck her as being rather ill-natured, and suggested the suspicion of that lady's knowing, or fancying herself to know something to his disadvantage.
The manner in which Miss Steele had spoken of Edward, increased her curiosity; for it struck her as being rather ill-natured, and suggested the suspicion of that lady’s knowing, or fancying herself to know something to his disadvantage.
Cosette, although this is a strange statement to make, in the profound ignorance of a girl brought up in a convent,—maternity being also absolutely unintelligible to virginity,—had ended by fancying that she had had as little mother as possible.
So at least Ivan fancied.
He reckoned he fancied her.
I fancied they were coming up.
He even fancied that he smiled.
Jane fancied the pants off him.
There was a time when I fancied.
He fancied himself in a hen-roost.
He fancied that Charlize Theron.
He fancied that now his relations.
Numerous soldiers have fancied they.
True he fancied her like crazy, but.
I rather fancied myself Orpheus, then.
Misrepresentation fancied its own tail.
I fancied that hv did not quite trust me.
He must have fancied it when he came to.
It was a crummy line, but I fancied you.
Excuse me, I fancied so from your inquiry.
Almost Frodo fancied that he could hear a.
I could have fancied it had been withdrawn.
I fancied I saw that yellow head of his.
I fancied something of the sort yesterday.
Golyadkin fancied, looked stern and anxious.
Some did it for nothing if they fancied you.
Still, the woman he fancied was now with him.
He fancied himself as a real old time cowboy.
Yer know, Peter boy, I've always fancied 'er.
There was someone on the course who fancied me.
They only succeed in attaining to the fancied.
Did he assume that, simply because he fancied.
And he fancied that if he were in fact a leaf.
I fancied then that you were not quite yourself.
Sometimes he fancied he had been lying there a.
Thus I felt safe enough and fancied our chances.
Alyosha fancied that he too had tears in his eyes.
I fancied it could not be very prejudicial to Mrs.
He often fancied himself a thrifty thinker of sorts.
But perhaps this would not be as easy as he fancied.
Raskolnikov fancied that the head clerk treated him.
What about blonde? I always fancied being a blonde.
He immediately fancied he heard something move inside.
Hell is paved with such fancies.
The fair, fond fancies dear to youth.
And she appeared to have odd fancies.
My cousin fancies you are an idiot.
Her fancies were sometimes very strange.
At heart she fancies youth and beauty too.
Painted with fancies of malignant power!.
He fancies he possesses an immense treasure.
That's all nonsense, and one of your fancies.
Upon my word! She fancies you can do anything.
This barrier itself evoked gloomy fancies in the mind.
I know, I responded carelessly, he fancies me.
He so sits at the front because he fancies that girl.
Well he's told me and some others that he fancies you.
According to the Unseelie King, it fancies itself a god.
Nigel Choate fancies himself a ladies man, he said.
By the way she talked, I was sure she had the fancies for me.
But such fancies receive no sanction from the Mosaic writings.
These are mere chimeras, idle fancies that flit across my brain!.
In a maze of wild fancies I heard the street door close behind him.
One fancies he hears a mole crying, "I pity them with their sun!".
Though Julia fancies she prefers tragedy, I would not trust her in it.
But my mother was book-learned, sir, and town-bred, and had her fancies.
Fancies himself a philosopher, due to the fact that he can quote Socrates.
I walk by the rule of my Master; you walk by the rude working of your fancies.
I just sharpen my sword, fill my pipe and gulp down what Mott fancies each time.
They’re for the innkeeper- he fancies himself a writer and I’m his clerk.
Carmen shouted the gang, Who fancies a farewell drink with Santos tonight?
Thinking this to be another of her harmless fancies, I did not make a fuss about it.
Separated lovers cheat absence by a thousand fancies which have their own reality.
He can't be looking for food up here, not unless there's some kind of rock he fancies.
In the midst of these whimsical fancies she heard a new strange sound among the leaves.
Yes, and my poor grandmother fancies that her husband, whom she never left, has called.
Awful fancies would flush up into my happiness, turning it all into hatred for your past.
Domestic mediocrity drove her to lewd fancies, marriage tenderness to adulterous desires.
This was one of his favourite fancies, his favourite whim, with which we were all familiar.
In old times, there seem to have prevailed the most curious fancies concerning these blinds.
He did not care to hear of her difficulties; his head was full of fancies and nothing else.
He fancies a cold pint but doesn’t want to wait for a suitable break in the crowd at the bar.
With the destruction of all her fancies, the only thing left in her mind was Andrey Antonovitch.

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