Definition of fancier
1 : one that has a special liking or interest
2 : a person who breeds or grows a particular animal or plant for points of excellence a pigeon fancier
Examples of fancier in a Sentence
chocolate fanciers generally like their favorite confection without the addition of milk or a lot of sugar
Recent Examples of fancier from the Web
For a longer trip (one to two weeks), add a few tops and maybe another dress or pair of shoes if there’s a fancier occasion involved.
It’s hard to find a more comforting, familiar staple than oats—though in recent years, they’ve been overshadowed by fancier grains (that’s you, farro, quinoa and spelt).
The coffee scene in Texas just got a whole lot fancier.
American and Delta have or plan to add a premium economy class on international routes with more perks as well as space, such as fancier meals and larger seat-back screens.
Chef Chris Blackwell is emphasizing seasonal ingredients in his lineup, which includes soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, pastas and fancier entrees such as veal osso buco.
Money has always made a big difference in the medical world: fancier rooms at hospitals, better food and access to the latest treatments and technology.
Lyft Lux and Lyft Lux SUV launched this week in 5 markets, including Los Angeles, New York and Chicago, with 20 other cities adding the fancier cars in June.
During the Cannes Film Festival (May 17-28, 2017) this city of 73,000 inhabitants swells to 210,000, and the fancier hotels double or triple in price (and should be reserved a year in advance).
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Definition of fancier for English Language Learners
: a person who likes something or has an interest in something
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