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Force, n.

    1. Strength (regarded as active), power, might, energy, vigor.
    2. Efficacy, efficiency, potency, validity, cogency, virtue, agency.
    3. Violence, compulsion, coercion, constraint, enforcement.
    4. [Most frequently in pl.] Army, troop, legion, host, squadron, phalanx, battalion.

Force, v.a.

    1. Compel, coerce, constrain, necessitate.
    2. Impel, drive, urge, press.
    3. Ravish, violate, constuprate, commit a rape on.

Forced, a.

    1. Compelled, constrained, enforced.
    2. Strained, unnatural, catachrestic, farfetched, studiously sought.

Force from. Extort, wrest from.

Forcible, a.

    1. Powerful, strong, mighty, weighty, potent, impressive, irresistible, cogent, all-powerful.
    2. Violent, impetuous.
    3. Violent, compulsory, coerced, coercive.
    4. Energetic, vigorous, effective, efficacious.

Forcibly, ad.

    1. Powerfully, mightily.
    2. Violently, compulsorily, coercively, by force, by compulsion or coercion, at the point of the sword, vi et armis.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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