Glenn Beck did it before, although the abstract noun he chose to foist on the nation was "honor."
Might I enquire why you've come here and tried to foist a spurious packet of diamonds upon my friend Klostivitch?
They would not have him foist himself upon their American friends.
I hadn't never been ter a Chino buryin' ground before, an' night time wasn't extree pleasant fer a foist introduce.
Why should you insult them by trying to foist your religion upon them?
Wonder you aren't ashamed to foist your company on pure-minded boys like us.
There was an effort made to foist this humbug Keene upon us.
History had proved that she lost her American colonies as soon as she tried to foist her own commercial policy on the colonists.
He was sincerely sorry for this girl whom they were trying to foist on him.
They endeavor to attract notice as mountebanks, and then foist upon the public worthless trash, and hope thus to succeed.
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.