fanciful

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indulging in or influenced by fancy

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not based on fact

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having a curiously intricate quality

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To the contemporary eye, the sumptuousness of portraits such as Rigaud's may seem somewhat frivolous, almost trivial; we are overwhelmed by all the colour, opulence and fancifulness, rather as we are when looking at a gold and turquoise Sevres potpourri vase.
But one wonders at the need for and the fancifulness of some of the speculation.
The fancifulness of this probably sounds silly, but it might just take an army of shovel-wielding citizens to fill those pesky potholes and finish the job the mayor didn't complete and probably never will.
70) The word itself carries an aura of fancifulness and vagueness with a tinge of old fogeyism; it does not suggest a well-reasoned proposition.
The name bhl exemplifies the fancifulness of the writer's method.