Examples from the Web for foy
Foy subscribes to a similar school of thought: literary, cinematic, and pop enthusiasms fill his debut to bursting.
Speaking with The Tottenville Review, Foy calls his school of writing “gutter opera.”
Foy said Dorner quickly realized he had been recognized and turned down a side road.
That investment, according to Foy, resulted in a $90 million loss for the state.
"No need for violence, worthy sir," muttered Martin; "show the way and we follow," and stooping down he lifted Foy from his chair.
I thought I could hear Mr. Foy speak to some one back in the scenery as though he was waiting for the drop curtain.Chicago's Awful Theater Horror|Various
Foy opened his blue eyes and a cold shiver went down his back.
Thus did Foy, the commonplace and practical, make a mock of the poetic efforts of the high-souled and sentimental Adrian.
But Foy nudged Martin in the ribs and muttered, "Well done, old fellow, well done!"
Word Origin and History for foy
"parting entertainment," Scottish and dialectal, late 15c., probably ultimately from French voie "way, journey" (see voyage (n.)).