from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who foists; a falsifier.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who foists something surreptitiously; a falsifier.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who foists, or inserts without authority.
- n. Same as foist, 3.
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I agree with the first name basis – many companies foister this as a way of making people feel they are part of the “Team” – but too often business relationships remain sterile first name or not.
I think the ploy to foister the program off on the school system, as a history education module, underscores the intent of deception.
Regional Development Agencies are dangerously gathering all manner of powers; like being able to foister Gypo camps on people who have no democratic way of holding them acountable.
Perhaps this is a reflection of the calibre of leadership and policy direction that the UDM will foister on the people of South Africa.
People will still need jobs and legislatively, NOTHING will be done to foister ANY new jobs.
But for God's sake, don't let those Victorians foister the damn thing on NSW.
However it is likely that parties will foister the same old faces upon us and deny us any real choice.