imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined (adjective)
Examples of word fanciful
Or a place in which the fanciful is allowed to commingle with reality.
And she saw that Pitt, while he was enthusiastic and eager, and what she called fanciful, always was true, honest, and firm in what he thought right.
My husband was no believer in what he termed my fanciful, speculative theories; yet at the time when his youngest boy and myself lay dangerously ill, and hardly expected to live, I received from him a letter, written in great haste, which commenced with this sentence:
I have to admit that I like certain fanciful ideas, and some of these I sort of entertain with just a little more than fictive suspension of disbelief for the sake of a good story, despite their being rather more mystical than my materialist instincts.
Industrial parks surrounding Hermosillo contain fanciful buildings that feature companies like this Mattel assembly plant.