Fancifulness in a sentence

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It has often been charged with inconsistency and fancifulness, and yet has had an elevating effect on human nature, and has exercised a wonderful charm and interest over a few spirits who have been lost in the thought of it.
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Wilhelm retired to his room, and indulged in the following reflections," is a mode of analysis which would not be practised nowadays; and all that fancifulness of nomenclature in Wilhelm Meister is very drolly sentimental and feeble.
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With the fancifulness of her kind, she finally took it into her head that she must consult a doctor in New York.
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In his earlier work there had been a certain delicate fancifulness, an airy grace of diction and description, a very curious heritage of a man brought up in the narrowest of lines, where every influence had been a constraint.
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So there is no fancifulness in interpreting the incense of the ancient ritual as meaning simply the prayers of devout hearts.
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The event acquitted her of all the fancifulness, and all the selfishness of imaginary complaints.
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Sometimes, after she had stared at her until she was wrought up to the highest pitch of fancifulness, she would ask her questions and find herself ALMOST feeling as if she would presently answer.
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At present her very virtues excited her to fancifulness nevertheless she was in his charge, and he was bound to break the neck of his will, to give her perfect peace of wind.
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Indeed, it is no paradox to say that "Utopia," which has by a conspiracy of accidents become a proverb for undisciplined fancifulness in social and political matters, is in reality a very unimaginative work.
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Examples of Fancifulness

Example #1
It has been banished again and again, but has always returned.
Example #2
This is the spirit of idealism, which in the history of philosophy has had many names and taken many forms, and has in a measure influenced those who seemed to be most averse to it.
Example #3
No man more perfectly sensed and more entirely abhorred slavery, and no one has ever poured such scorn upon the second-hand, Walter-Scotticized, pseudo-chivalry of the Southern ideal.
Example #4
The part of him that was Western in his Southwestern origin Clemens kept to the end, but he was the most desouthernized Southerner I ever knew.
Example #5
Of course, no one but an old maid would have done this; the home doctors were good enough for everyone else.
Example #6
Her health got rather poor-not unnaturally, considering the way she divided her time between doctoring herself and fussing after sick people in all sorts of weather.