forcibly

  • 1 Forcibly — For ci*bly, adv. In a forcible manner. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 forcibly — [adv] against one’s will by force, coercively, compulsorily, effectively, energetically, hard, mightily, powerfully, strongly, under protest, vigorously; concepts 544,548 Ant. noncompulsorily, weakly …

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  • 3 forcibly — for|ci|bly [ˈfo:sıbli US ˈfo:rs ] adv 1.) using physical force ▪ The police threatened to have protestors forcibly removed . 2.) in a way that has a strong clear effect = ↑powerfully ▪ The case was forcibly put by the speaker …

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  • 4 forcibly — adv. Forcibly is used with these verbs: ↑deport, ↑eject, ↑evict, ↑exile, ↑expel, ↑impose, ↑incorporate, ↑prevent, ↑remind, ↑remove, ↑repatriate, ↑res …

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  • 5 forcibly — forcible ► ADJECTIVE ▪ done by force. DERIVATIVES forcibly adverb …

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  • 6 forcibly — adverb in a forcible manner keep in mind the dangers of imposing our own values and prejudices too forcibly • Derived from adjective: ↑forcible …

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  • 7 forcibly — adverb see forcible …

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  • 8 forcibly — See forcibleness. * * * …

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  • 9 forcibly — adverb in a forcible manner …

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  • 10 forcibly — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. coercively, compulsorily, against one s will, effectively; see vigorously , violently 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adverb With intense energy and force: energetically, forcefully, hard, powerfully, vigorously. Idioms:… …

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  • 11 forcibly — adv. vigorously; forcefully; with strength or force; violently …

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  • 12 forcibly — ad. 1. Powerfully, mightily. 2. Violently, compulsorily, coercively, by force, by compulsion or coercion, at the point of the sword, vi et armis. 3. Energetically, vigorously, effectively, with might and main …

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  • 13 forcibly — adv 1. compulsorily, by force, coercive ly, under protest, against one s will, willing or unwilling, willy nilly, Fr. bon gre , mal gr6, Inf. come hell or high water; necessarily, of necessity, needs must, Fr. coute que coute. 2. vehemently,… …

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  • 14 forcibly — forc·ibly …

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  • 15 forcibly — See: forcible …

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  • 16 forcibly — With force, as in a breaking and entry for the purpose of committing a felony. 13 Am J2d Burgl §§ 11, 12 …

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  • 17 forcibly to defile — To commit rape. State v Montgomery, 79 Iowa 737, 45 NW 292 …

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  • 18 appealing forcibly — index cogent Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 19 confine forcibly — index constrain (imprison) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 20 strike forcibly against each other — index collide (crash against) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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