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How to use fay in a sentence
“Go on, Bob, take another chance,” said a blonde named Faye.Football Great Bob Suffridge Wanders Through the End Zone of Life|Paul Hemphill|September 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“I see no links between the TripAdvisor trend and changes in the kitchen,” Faye says.
Arnaud Faye, who spent four years under the tutelage of Bertron at Relais Bernard Loiseau, has a similar outlook.
Just ask Dr. Faye—the sexy post-coital smoking is just clearly not worth the emotional trauma.
Faye and Don date pretty seriously, and he even tells her about his stolen identity.
Coligny had been resting his army at Faye, a small town about midway between Chinon and Chtellerault.History of the Rise of the Huguenots|Henry Baird
The history of Andreas Faye serves as the basis of this work.
M. Faye, comparing all the measurements, has reached a result well calculated to surprise us.
More recently, however, a still greater acceleration has been found in the case of Faye's comet.Meteoric astronomy:|Daniel Kirkwood
M. du Faye, intendant of the French king's gardens, made a number of experiments, which added not a little to the science.