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fanciful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfancifulfan‧ci‧ful /ˈfænsɪfəl/ adjective  1 IMAGINEimagined rather than based on facts – often used to show disapproval a fanciful story The suggestion that there was a conspiracy is not entirely fanciful.2 DECORATEfull of unusual and very detailed shapes or complicated designs fanciful decorationsfancifully adverb
Examples from the Corpus
fancifulI dismissed the rumors as fanciful.The notion of some man on a white horse saving the party with a late candidacy is fanciful.Makine is a good writer, poetic but never fanciful, and one who treats childhood reflected through experience with delicacy.the fanciful horses on an old-fashioned merry-go-rounda fanciful ideaHaving served on the Fed, I find this objection fanciful in the extreme.The avatar can be a realistic depiction of the actual person or a completely fanciful one.It fails because it is usually based on fanciful or distorted comparisons.This is not just some fanciful theory.
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