Meaning of fancifully in English:

fancifully

Pronunciation /ˈfansɪfʊli/ /ˈfansɪf(ə)li/

adverb

See fanciful

‘Not so long ago, the major film critics in the U.S. fancifully tossed around the idea of the ‘death of cinema.’’
  • ‘Even this outpouring of funds, though, won't take the technology to the level Crichton fancifully depicts.’
  • ‘Maybe he was like all the others and I was fancifully making all his nice gestures up, it was all a figment of my imagination.’
  • ‘They were not bound in leather, inlaid with gold, or covered in fancifully artistic renderings.’
  • ‘It would help to know who is talking fancifully and who is talking sensibly.’