Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


They are not to be foisted on one's readers as anything "ex cathedra."

It was also, he said, the duty of the Council to buy a barometer the rogue had foisted upon him.

It was foisted upon that which had already a venerable antiquity.

Manfred, what kind of a crazed camel have you foisted off on me?

I have a strong fatherly instinct and all the foundlings are foisted on me.

Some used to say that Christian faith had been foisted on mankind by priests.

This misconception has been foisted upon us by medival logic.

This may be a false anecdote; many were foisted upon Baudelaire.

There may be some truth in every religion that has been foisted upon the world.

I say that its unravelling should not be foisted on the public in a modern play.