Definition of fancy woman in English:

fancy woman

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(British also fancy piece)


informal , often • derogatory
  • A man’s lover: it’s common knowledge about John and his fancy women
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    • Don't mean to be disrespectful, sir, but gossip is she was some gent's fancy piece.
    • By WWII the expression frou-frou drink appeared, used to describe a fancy woman's drink (especially when held in the hand of a male friend).
    • It's not likely my husband will be joining me tonight; he's out with his fancy woman.

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