When one has sexual intercourse with a gentleman who has taken one on fancy dates, appears in fancy attire such as; bow ties and pastel colored clothing.
After our date last night at Ruths Chris, I got fancied hard by Carlton.
by Cabrisha March 20, 2011
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v. to like-like someone (i.e. be infatuated, smitten, etc) either in a sexual, emotional or both fashion.
by biggidy March 21, 2003
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1. To like-like someone (have a crush on).
2. Wanting or needing something.
3. Pretty, luxurious, nice.
4. Using an eufemism to describe something.
5. Dutch (glossy)magazine for girls between ages 14 and 21.
1. I really fancy that guy. He's so adorable!
2. Would you fancy a drink?
3. That new car looks really fancy!
4. You called her a slut? That's a fancy way to say she's the biggest whore in town!
5. Have you read the Fancy yet? It has this great article on how to shop more for less!
by Maresa August 23, 2007
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To take a sexual or romantic interest in someone; usually teenagers feel this emotion, and it roughly translates to 'I want to go out with her, but I won't really take this relationship seriously, or expect it to last that long'.

If one desires a serious, long-lasting relationship, they may be feeling love as opposed to fancying someone.
Teen 1: look at her, she's so fit! I really fancy her!
Teen 2: not keeping your expectations too high, eh?
by ThatsAPaddling July 22, 2014
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Single worded expression that tells of someone's object or situation is good and or likable.
Jack: hey man, i just found out that my watch is worth alot of money.

Trey: Fancy
by John Les March 24, 2009
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Perfect, beautiful, awesome, dreamlike, imagination, fantasy
"Nor minde nor thoughts on fickle Fancie grounded .... Hart said eies tears might soone have quencht that flame..."

"Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio: a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancie.... Where be your jibes now, your gambols, your songs, your flashes of merriment that were wont to set the table on a roar?" ~ Shakespeare
by Footloose and Fancie Free December 23, 2011
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