What monosyllable originally denoted
"false-die palming" but now means "stealthy insertion"?
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The word foist derives from the Dutch vuist, fist; it denotes "the surreptitious introduction
of the fraudulent".
In Brooklynese, it
denotes "that which precedes second."
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