(Adjectives). Commanding, etc., authoritative, peremptory, decretive, decretory, etc., see 737.
(Adverbs). On the first summons, with a dash of the pen.
(Phrase). Le roy le veult.
Rising, insurrection, revolt, rebellion, turn-out, strike, riot, riotousness, mutinousness, mutiny, tumult, sedition, treason, lèse-majesté.
An insurgent, mutineer, rebel, rioter, traitor; carbonaro, sansculotte, frondeur; agitator, demagogue, Jack Cade, Wat Tyler, etc.; ringleader.
(Phrases). To champ the bit; to unfurl the red flag.
(Adjectives). Disobedient, resisting, unruly, unsubmissive, uncomplying, uncompliant, restive, insubordinate, contumacious, mutinous, riotous, seditious, refractory, naughty.
Unbidden, unobeyed, a dead letter.
(Phrase). The grey mare being the better horse.
(Verbs). To be obedient, etc.; to obey, submit, succumb, give in, knock under, cringe, yield 725, comply, surrender, follow, give up, give way, resign, bend to, bear obedience to.
To kneel, fall on one's knees, bend the knee, curtsy, kotow, salaam, bow, pay homage to.
(Phrases). To kiss the rod; to do one's bidding; to lick the dust; to eat humble - pie; to play second fiddle; draw in one's horns; to take it lying down.
To attend upon, tend; to be under the orders of, to serve.
(Phrase). To dance attendance on.
(Adjectives). Obedient, submissive, resigned, passive, complying, compliant, yielding, biddable, unresisting, henpecked; restrainable, unresisted.
(Verbs). To compel, force, drive, coerce, constrain, enforce, put in force, oblige, force upon, press, conscribe, extort, put down, bind, pin down, bind over, impress, commandeer.
(Phrases). To cram down the throat; to say it must be done; to make a point of.
(Adjectives). Compelling, etc., compulsory, compulsatory, forcible, coercive, coactive, peremptory, rigorous, stringent, inexorable, etc. (see 739); being fain to do, having to do.
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