v. To constantly change one's views on 'hot-button' political issues in order to satisfy the voter contingent. The purpose of this is generally to gain favor for a bid in an important election.
etym. Named after Sen. Bill Frist, who changed his opinion on stem-cell research in order to align more with that of the public's.
A lot of people would retrospectively accuse John Kerry of fristing during the 2004 election campaign.
Prices shown in USD.
Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!
Emails are sent from email@example.com. We'll never spam you.