chose (part of speech: verb)
desired (part of speech: verb)
- Sometimes Peter fancied that his words meant a great deal more than they seemed to mean. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.
- She fancied Aunt Maud was looking at her almost as hard as she was herself smiling, and that gave her another impulse. - "The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2", Henry James.
- I tell you once more that what you saw, or fancied you saw, was a mistake. - "Jeanne of the Marshes", E. Phillips Oppenheim.