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" Imagination, the power by which the mind forms to itself images and representations; an opinion bred rather by the imagination than the reason; inclination, liking; caprice, humour, whim frolick, idle scheme, vagary. "
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ... - Page 201
by John Walker - 1825 - 103 pages
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - English language - 1806 - 87 pages
...to the pleasures of imagination. FANCY, f..n'\es Imiginition, the power by which the mind forms io itself images and representations ; an opinion bred rather by the imagination than the rca^n ; inclination, liking ; caprice, humour, whim ; frolitk, idle scheme, vagary. To FANCY, fn's....
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1819 - 712 pages
...FANCIFULLY, fan'si-ful-e. ad. Accordingto the wihlncss of imagination. FANC1FULNESS, fan'se-ful-nes. s. Addiction to the pleasures of imagination. FANCY,...mind forms to itself images and representations ; an opiuion bred rather by the imagination, than the reason . inclination, liking ; caprice, humour, whim;...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary: And Expositor of the English Language...

John Walker - 1822 - 775 pages
...imagination. "ANCIFULNESS, fSn'-M&l-n&, t. Addiction to the pleasures of imagination. FANCY, fSn-si, *. Imagination, the power by which the mind forms to itself images and representations ; in opinion bred rather by the Imagination than r1eason; inclination, liking; caprice, humour, whi:...
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A critical pronouncing dictionary [ed. by J. Murdoch].

John Walker - 1827
...imagination. FANCIFULNESS, fn-s-ful-nes, s. Addiction to the pleasures of imagination. FANCY, fn-S, s. Imagination, the power by which the mind forms...caprice, humour, whim frolick, idle scheme, vagary. To FANCY, fa;iS, vn To imagine, to believe without being able to prove. To FANCY, fan-se, va To ponrtray...
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A Dictionary of the English Language, Volume 1

Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson - English language - 1828 - 831 pages
...fancy. FANC1FULNESS. (fan'-se-ful-nes) n. $. Addiction to the pleasures of fancy. FANCY, (fan'-se) H. t. Imagination ; the power by which the mind forms to itself images and reprrsentations of things, or persons ; an opinion bred rather by the imagination than the reason :...
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Walker's Pronouncing Dictionary ... of the English Language ...

John Walker - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1831 - 592 pages
...f3n'si-f!l-iigs, s. Addiction to the pleasures of imagination. FANCY, fin'si, s. Imagination, the power bv which the mind forms to itself images and representations;...opinion bred rather by the imagination than the reason ; inclinhtion, liking; caprice, humour, whim; frolick, idle scheme, vagary. To FANCY, ftn'fte, vn To...
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Johnson's English Dictionary, as Improved by Todd, and Abridged by Chalmers ...

Samuel Johnson - 1832 - 30 pages
...faii'-se-f6l-iies. п.*. Addiction to the pleasures of imagination. //-/.. FA'NCY i, fan'-se. я. j. [Batracia.] Imagination the power by which the mind forms to itself images and representations of things, or persous. MiUJon. An opinion bred rather by the imagination than the reason. Hooker. Taste...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary: And Expositor of the English Language...

John Walker - 1834
...imagination. FANCIFULNESS, fjn-se-ful-nes, >. Addiction to the pleasures of Imagination. FANCY, fin'se, i. Imagination, the power by which the mind forms to...reason ; inclination, liking ; caprice, humour, whim ; frnlick, idle scheme, vagary. To FANCY, fin^se, on To imagine, to believe without being able to prove....
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Neumann and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English ..., Volume 1

Henry Neumann, Giuseppe Baretti - English language - 1839
...(•'AMI, sm. (Ant.) FANE, "temple. FANTASK./CR, vn. To fancy, to imagine. FANTASIA, y/. 1. Fancy, imagination ; the power by which the mind forms to itself images and representations. 2. Fiction, conception, image. 3. Presumption, vanity. Fantasias, Pearls joined or stringed together....
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Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages, Volume 1

Henry Neuman - English language - 1842
...]•' v,n. sm. (Ant.) FANE, temple. FASTASEA^R, en. To fancy, to imagine. FANTASJ A, sf. 1 . Fancy, imagination ; the power by which the mind forms to itself images and representations. 2. Fiction, conception, image. 3. Presumption, vanity, fantasias, Pearls joined or stringed together....
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