Thursday, 3 April 2014



1. not plain; ornamented or decorative  
2. requiring skill to perform; intricate
3. arising in the imagination; capricious or illusory
4. (often used ironically) superior in quality or impressive  
5. higher than expected  
6. (of a domestic animal) bred for particular qualities
7. a sudden capricious idea; whim
8. a sudden or irrational liking for a person or thing
9. the power to conceive and represent decorative and novel imagery, especially in poetry.
10. an idea or thing produced by this
11. a mental image
12. taste or judgment, as in art of dress
13. Also called: fantasy, fantasia (music) . a composition for solo lute, keyboard, etc., current during the 16th and 17th centuries
14. to picture in the imagination
15. to suppose; imagine  
16. (often used with a negative) to like  
17. (reflexive) to have a high or ill-founded opinion of oneself  
18. (informal) to have a wish for; desire  
19. (British, informal) to be physically attracted to (another person)
20. to breed (animals) for particular characteristics

A fancy duck
Begging for food
In the same way
My cats plead
For table scraps

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