v. fristed, frist·ing, frists
1. To assert ones opinions as fact, based on extremely limited information, esp. in contradiction of others who have first-hand understanding of the facts.
2. To do the above in some official capacity, i.e. testimony in a judicial proceeding or legislative debate.
1. One who has a propensity to do the above, or does so on a hired basis.
"That patient had numerous doctors examine her who all concluded she is brain dead. Don't try to frist me!"
"'Don't worry,' the attorney told the fake accident victim, 'I have a lot of frists I can coun't on to claim you are badly injured.'"