Screenplay by Robert Riskin, who happens to have been fay Wray's first husband.
fay Vincent utters Pete Rose's name just about as much as Rudy Giuliani says 9/11.
Others like fay say that even funding needle-exchange programs is a waste of resources.
“There is a tension between what Tea Party groups around the country think and what we do in Massachusetts,” says fay.
Eden smiled at the dithyramb as were she listening to some fay she did not see.
"I defy anybody to quarrel with fay when she is willing to make it up," her mother said.
Day after day he lay with that far-off look on his face that it made fay weep to see, for she thought that he must surely die.
fay, too, had once been joyfully proud and confident—and now!
With fay leading, they followed the rim toward the head of the valley.
How he had, almost at first sight, fallen violently in love with fay.
"fairy," late 14c., from Old French fae (12c., Modern French fée), from Vulgar Latin *fata "goddess of fate," fem. singular of Latin fata (neuter plural), literally "the Fates" (see fate). Adjective meaning "homosexual" is attested from 1950s.
An adolescent or preadolescent boy as a homosexual sex object
[1970s+ Homosexuals; on analogy with nymphet, probably influenced by fawn]