fancier : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a person having a strong liking for something
- a not plain; decorative or ornamented
- Person of the Year 2008 Runners-Up People Who Mattered Fond Farewells Person of the Year Videos Pictures of the Year 2008 You probably sat in a fancier conference room the last .
- If a fancier paid $4,000 for a dog and then imported him to a country where, in a dog population of some 2,000,000, there were only 500 other specimens of his breed, what could .
- Millionaire William Hayes Ackland, an amateur art fancier, was one of many pleased by such departures from tradition, especially since Rollins also showed a lively interest in art.
News & Articles
- Marchesa Partners With Revlon to Release Nail Art, Makeup Line
Drugstore shopping just got a whole lot fancier. Red-carpet darling and celebrity favorite fashion label Marchesa is partnering with Revlon on a new makeup line. NEWS: Hayden...
June 15, 2013 - E! Online
- Wear This Device and Jam on the Guitar Anywhere
If you've ever caught yourself shredding on air guitar, we've got some news for you: The art of imaginary jamming might be getting a whole lot fancier — and maybe even a little less silly. Designer Eugene Wang has developed a concept for a wearable device that allows you to practice your instrument on the go SEE ALSO: How Will Wearable Tech Impact the Startup World? Using motion technology, in ...
June 15, 2013 - Mashable
- Monticello reopens with fancier, limited menu
After a week of “Hotel Hell,” the Monticello Hotel reopened to the public Thursday with a smaller but fancier menu — and trepidation by its owner.
June 14, 2013 - The Daily News
- Molly Shannon in San Jose Mercury News
I think of Kath as someone who really tries, who's a survivor,says Shannon over a salad and a shot-and-a-half iced cappuccino. "She's trying to seem smarter or fancier than she really is."
- Larry Bird in Philadelphia Inquirer
All these gold chains and things,Pacers president Larry Bird said. "Guys are making a lot more money than they used to. They're driving fancier cars. When you pull into a parking lot with a $200,000, $300,000 car, people notice. . . . We...
- Ron Wilson in The Argus
More than anything probably, we tried too hard at home and maybe played a little bit fancier than we should,Wilson said.