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72,468. Tell me where is fancy bred.
Of in the heart or in the head? William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice III ii 63
72,469. Ever let the fancy roam,
Pleasure never is at home. (Fancy & Pleasure) John Keats, Fancy, 1820
72,470. O sweet Fancy! let her loose;
Summer’s joys are spoilt by use. (Fancy & Summer) ibid.
72,471. The loveliest faces are to be seen by moonlight, when one sees half with the eye and half with the fancy. (Proverbs & Fancy & Face) Persian Proverb
40,327. Saint: So who do you fancy for the sixth round, Greavesie?
Greaves: Well it’s gotta be you really, Saint. I bought the last five. (Football & Pub & Alcohol & Fancy) Spitting Image s2e4, ITV 1985