Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word
fancy:To be romantically or sexually attracted to a person. I fancy the tall one . See love for synonyms. Quote: March the Miller's son walking with Bess in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938):
-- Bess: ' I'll bet you say that to all the girls who tickle-your-fancy .'
-- March: ' I've never tickled a woman's fancy before .'
See Also: available, Baby Gets Clean, boulevardier, bunk-up, carsey, catchable, cotton up to, crystal palace, dick-dairy, diked out, drink on a stick, eligible, fancy, fancy girl, fancy lady, fancy man, fine figure, flash girl, flash piece, flossie, flossy, go for, grow on, haveable, heart-free, heart-whole, ice palace, in circulation, lingerie, lingerie lass, metophilia, moss rose, nance, nancy, pavement princess, tickle, tickle your fancy, twirl the pearls, unattached, up for grabs
Quotes Containing fancy:
March the Miller''s (Herbert Mundin) son walking with Bess (Una O''Connor) in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938): - Bess: ''I''ll bet you say that to all the girls who tickle-your-fancy .'' - March: ''I''ve never tickled a woman''s fancy before.''
Humphrey Brinstead (Bob Hope) in Fancy Pants (1950): 'Don't tempt me, mum. I can resist anything but temptation .'
Agatha (Lucille Ball) to the butler Humphrey (Bob Hope) in Fancy Pants (1950): - Agatha Floud: ''The first time I saw you I said to myself: ''Here''s a dirty , low-down, lilly-livered coyote . Then, as I got to know you better, I figured you for a filthy, sneaking rat .'' - Humphrey Brinstead: ''I grow-on people like that.''
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