In Manhattan, where I grew up, people seemed to eat a lot of takeout, or prepared foods from places like Zabars and fairway.
Both initially were unpopular with neighbors, and fairway admits on its website that opening a store there was “just plain nuts.”
Such "swells" there were that out in the fairway, my little cockle-shell boat was wellnigh swamped.
They stood in the fairway of passengers, and their faces were extremely grave.
Hamlet must have felt much as I did when his father's ghost bobbed up in the fairway.
Then I had to look at the river mighty quick, because there was a snag in the fairway.
She was lifted bodily by Mr. fairway's arm, which had been flung round her waist before she had become aware of his intention.
With Lily beside him, he gained the level ground of the fairway.
Colored sectors are sometimes used over portions of the field, in order to indicate dangers, and white light shows in the fairway.
He asked the captain to move a little as, so he said, they were in the fairway.