Force Definition of force in English by Oxford Dictionaries
Times, Sunday Times (2008)This was clearly carried out by Russian special forces. I was quite literally forcing the food down because I needed to replenish my body.
Force Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Efficacy, effectiveness, cogency, potency, validity. (also in Old French). Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Force - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
But they wouldn't make an offer until we forced their hand. This got a really strong anise flavor that lingered on in my mouth for a while after I forced it down to swallow. Read more, we long to influence those forces that control. Magnetic levitation occurs when the magnetic force is strong enough to overcome gravity and balance a body's weight. After that, the game could have gone either way, except that Tipperary were again forcing the pace.
Force definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary
Forces Potent commercial forces are bringing the hydrogen economy along faster than anyone thought possible. We will not be leaving or be forced out. Lawsuits force the issue, and the results are more immediate than whatever develops from education. Realizing what he had done, he forced his way through the front of the bus and ran off, with a sly, toothless grin on his face.
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Making a face, she picked the plate back up, going to work on the spiced sausages, forcing it down with the hot drink he had concocted. The door had been forced open. The bombs on the inside edge exploded first, and their force sent my body hurling faster.