Force to For the better
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.
1. Compel, coerce, constrain, necessitate.
2. Impel, drive, urge, press.
3. Ravish, violate, constuprate, commit a rape on.
1. Compelled, constrained, enforced.
2. Strained, unnatural, catachrestic, farfetched, studiously sought.
Force from. Extort, wrest from.
1. Powerful, strong, mighty, weighty, potent, impressive, irresistible, cogent, all-powerful.
2. Violent, impetuous.
3. Violent, compulsory, coerced, coercive.
4. Energetic, vigorous, effective, efficacious.
1. Powerfully, mightily.
2. Violently, compulsorily, coercively, by force, by compulsion or coercion, at the point of the sword, vi