catch (someone's) fancy

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catch (someone's) fancy

To be appealing or pleasant to someone; to be intriguing or of interest to someone. A: "Do you want to go to a movie later on?" B: "I don't know, there's nothing that really catches my fancy in theaters right now." I'm not going to declare my major until I've had a couple years in college to see what ends up catching my fancy.
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So if the red head biologist Dr Elisabeth Perzborn catches your fancy, the information is yours to read, that she: "succeeded in finding an inhibitor of the blood coagulation Factor Xa and was awarded the German Future Prize in recognition of this achievement".
Try on everything that catches your fancy and don't discriminate against colours and shapes.
If Pot Roast or Swiss Cheese and Onion Pie topped off with Linzertorte or Apple Strudel catches your fancy, this is the place.
Or, if one of the ads here catches your fancy, you can dial up to hear a lot more about the person who has put it in.
If you see an attractive-looking slab of fish on display that catches your fancy and you request it, chef-owner Masa Matsumoto or his protege Peter Park will probably be genuinely happy to serve it to you, but only in the proper sequence.
If climbing the Great Wall of China, or scuba diving in Tahiti catches your fancy, hurry and enter a FREE drawing for a real vacation at Booth #6187.
You're free to return to any area that catches your fancy (until closing time at 6 p.
After all, what better a place than a coffee shop to philosophise about life, the universe and anything else that catches your fancy, read the newspapers, gossip, play chess, or just sit back with friends as the world goes about its work?