He took a fancy
to both Miss Mary and Dickon, and Dickon brought his tame animals, and, if you'll credit it, sir, out of doors he will stay from morning until night.
She insisted on paying me for the one or two things she took a fancy
to this evening-- and money's welcome enough in our house, I don't deny it.
They flung themselves on the Prince, seized him, and dragged him before their lord; but, luckily for the Prince, who could only find very lame excuses for his conduct, the lord of the castle took a fancy
to his face, and let him depart without further questions.