The oft-quoted figure of six million dead, he maintains, was but a myth, foisted on the world by the singularly demonic Zionists.
In 2008, he foisted Sarah Palin upon an unsuspecting nation.
Was it possible he had foisted his charity upon an undeserving millionaire?
It was also, he said, the duty of the Council to buy a barometer the rogue had foisted upon him.
He turned and surveyed the multitude, including the black boy, that we had foisted upon him.
It was foisted upon that which had already a venerable antiquity.
It is not hard to excuse the impatience of Louis XI., if such stuff was foisted on him by way of political deliberation.
Manfred, what kind of a crazed camel have you foisted off on me?
There may be some truth in every religion that has been foisted upon the world.
This may be a false anecdote; many were foisted upon Baudelaire.
1540s, from Dutch vuisten "take in hand," from Middle Dutch vuist "fist" (see fist). Earliest sense was cheating at dice by concealing a loaded one in the palm of the hand with the intention of introducing it into play; meaning "introduce surreptitiously" is from 1560s. Related: Foisted; foisting.