I don't fancy this place at all.
My husband rather fancies an evening at home in front of the TV set.
You can tell that she fancies herself from the way she dresses.
He fancies himself, hoping to get that job.
Can you fancy yourself on the moon?
S+～+ v -ing
I don't fancy swimming in that river.
I don't fancy going back to that dreary house alone.
They don't fancy living there any longer.
Fancy working everyday!
Fancy meeting so many old friends here!
I just can't fancy his doing such a thing.
Fancy her saying such unkind things about you!
I fancy he will be glad to see us.
I fancy he will act quickly.
I fancy they're getting on well together.
He fancies that he can succeed without working hard.
You can hardly fancy what a capital hand she is at embroidery.
“He had no clothes on.”“I fancy so.”
She said that Mr. Wang had married,I fancy not.
S+～+ n./pron. +(to be) n./adj./prep. -phrase
He fancied himself to be an authority.
Don't fancy yourself still young.
She fancied herself nervous.
She fancies herself to be above us and walked by without an acknowledgement.
S+～+ n./pron. +(as) n.
He fancies himself as a great general.
He fancies himself as the fastest swimmer.
She fancies herself as a singer but she doesn't have a very good voice.
Tom fancies himself a good teacher.
He indulged in idle fancy.
I have a fancy for some wine with my dinner.
Children usually have lively fancy.
I have a sudden fancy to go out for a walk.
The teacher has a fancy that his student will be late.
He sells poor goods and charges fancy prices.
He bought a fancy necktie.
There is a fancy ball tonight.
S+be+～+ prep .-phrase
The dress is too fancy for me.