forcible definition

  • adjective:
    • Effected against resistance by using force: The police utilized forcible restraint in order to subdue the assailant.
    • Characterized by force; effective.
    • Able to be forced.
    • Having force.
    • Having a powerful effect; telling
    • having power; described as power, effectiveness, or energy; powerful; effective; impressive; influential.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • utilizing power against opposition or opposition; acquired by compulsion; effected by power.
    • impelled by real power specifically against resistance
    • Effected against resistance by using force: the authorities used forcible discipline being subdue the assailant.
    • described as power; powerful.
    • capable of being forced.
    • Having force.
    • Having a strong result; telling
    • Possessing power; characterized by force, efficiency, or energy; powerful; effective; impressive; influential.
    • Effected against opposition with the use of power: the authorities utilized forcible restraint so that you can subdue the assailant.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Characterized by force; powerful.
    • utilizing force against resistance or opposition; gotten by compulsion; effected by force.
    • capable of being required.
    • Having power.
    • Having a robust effect; informing
    • Possessing force; characterized by power, effectiveness, or energy; effective; effective; impressive; important.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • making use of force against opposition or opposition; obtained by compulsion; effected by force.
    • impelled by actual power specially against opposition
    • Effected against opposition by using power: the authorities used forcible discipline so that you can subdue the assailant.
    • Characterized by force; effective.
    • Able to be required.
    • Having force.
    • Having a powerful effect; informing
    • Possessing power; described as force, efficiency, or power; effective; efficacious; impressive; influential.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • utilizing force against opposition or resistance; gotten by compulsion; effected by force.
    • impelled by actual force specially against opposition
    • Effected against opposition by using power: law enforcement utilized forcible discipline so that you can subdue the assailant.
    • described as power; powerful.
    • Able to be required.
    • impelled by real force particularly against resistance
    • Having power.
    • Having a robust effect; informing
    • having force; described as power, efficiency, or energy; powerful; efficacious; impressive; important.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • utilizing power against resistance or opposition; acquired by compulsion; effected by power.
    • Effected against weight with the use of force: law enforcement utilized forcible restraint to be able to subdue the assailant.
    • described as power; powerful.
    • Able to be forced.
    • Having power.
    • impelled by actual power specially against opposition
    • Effected against resistance with the use of power: The police utilized forcible discipline in order to subdue the assailant.
    • Having a robust result; informing
    • described as force; powerful.
    • having force; described as power, efficiency, or power; powerful; efficacious; impressive; influential.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • utilizing force against resistance or opposition; gotten by compulsion; effected by power.
    • impelled by real power specially against opposition
    • capable of being forced.
    • Having force.
    • Effected against weight by using force: the authorities utilized forcible discipline to subdue the assailant.
    • Characterized by force; powerful.
    • Able to be forced.
    • Effected against weight through the use of force: law enforcement utilized forcible restraint to subdue the assailant.
    • Characterized by force; powerful.
    • Having a robust result; telling
    • Having force.
    • Effected against resistance with the use of force: the authorities used forcible restraint to be able to subdue the assailant.
    • Able to be required.
    • Effected against resistance by using power: law enforcement utilized forcible discipline so that you can subdue the assailant.
    • Effected against opposition with the use of power: the authorities utilized forcible discipline so that you can subdue the assailant.
    • Possessing power; described as force, efficiency, or power; powerful; efficacious; impressive; influential.
    • Characterized by force; effective.
    • Having a robust effect; informing
    • described as force; powerful.
    • Effected against weight with the use of power: law enforcement utilized forcible discipline to subdue the assailant.
    • Having force.
    • described as power; powerful.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Able to be required.
    • Possessing force; characterized by power, effectiveness, or energy; powerful; efficacious; impressive; important.
    • capable of being forced.
    • Having a strong result; informing
    • capable of being forced.
    • described as power; effective.
    • Having force.
    • making use of force against resistance or opposition; obtained by compulsion; effected by force.
    • Possessing force; characterized by power, performance, or energy; powerful; efficacious; impressive; important.
    • Having force.
    • Having force.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Having a robust effect; telling
    • Having a powerful impact; informing
    • capable of being required.
    • Having a strong impact; informing
    • Having power.
    • having force; described as power, efficiency, or power; effective; effective; impressive; important.
    • making use of force against resistance or resistance; gotten by compulsion; effected by force.
    • having force; characterized by force, performance, or power; effective; effective; impressive; important.
    • Possessing power; described as force, effectiveness, or power; powerful; efficacious; impressive; influential.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Having a robust result; telling
    • Using force against resistance or weight; acquired by compulsion; effected by force.
    • utilizing power against resistance or weight; gotten by compulsion; effected by force.
    • impelled by real power particularly against opposition
    • Possessing power; characterized by power, efficiency, or energy; powerful; efficacious; impressive; important.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Violent; impetuous.
    • Using power against resistance or resistance; acquired by compulsion; effected by power.
    • impelled by actual force especially against weight
    • Using force against resistance or resistance; obtained by compulsion; effected by power.
    • making use of force against opposition or weight; acquired by compulsion; effected by force.
    • impelled by real force specially against weight
    • impelled by actual force particularly against opposition
    • impelled by actual power particularly against resistance
    • impelled by actual force especially against weight
    • impelled by physical force especially against resistance
  • others:
    • Characterized by the exertion or usage of force; lively; vigorous; violent: because, a forcible present; forcible means or actions.
    • Done or effected by power; acquired or triggered by the employment of power: since, a forcible abduction.
    • Having force or cogency; powerful; powerful; efficacious: since, a forcible argument.
    • Characterized by the effort or using power; energetic; energetic; violent: since, a forcible current; forcible means or actions.
    • complete or effected by power; procured or triggered by the utilization of force: as, a forcible abduction.
    • Having force or cogency; powerful; potent; effective: because, a forcible argument.
    • Characterized by the exertion or using power; lively; energetic; violent: as, a forcible existing; forcible means or steps.
    • complete or effected by force; acquired or set off by the utilization of power: as, a forcible abduction.
    • Having power or cogency; powerful; potent; efficacious: because, a forcible argument.
    • described as the effort or usage of force; lively; strenuous; violent: because, a forcible existing; forcible means or actions.
    • Done or effected by power; procured or triggered by the application of power: since, a forcible abduction.
    • Having power or cogency; powerful; potent; efficacious: because, a forcible argument.
    • described as the effort or use of power; energetic; energetic; violent: as, a forcible current; forcible means or measures.
    • complete or effected by power; acquired or as a result of employing power: because, a forcible abduction.
    • Having force or cogency; powerful; powerful; effective: because, a forcible argument.
    • Characterized by the exertion or using force; lively; vigorous; violent: since, a forcible current; forcible means or steps.
    • complete or effected by force; procured or triggered by making use of force: since, a forcible abduction.
    • Having force or cogency; powerful; powerful; effective: because, a forcible debate.
    • described as the exertion or usage of force; energetic; vigorous; violent: because, a forcible present; forcible means or steps.
    • Done or effected by force; procured or brought about by using force: because, a forcible abduction.
    • described as the effort or usage of power; lively; strenuous; violent: since, a forcible current; forcible means or measures.
    • Having force or cogency; powerful; potent; efficacious: as, a forcible argument.
    • complete or effected by power; procured or as a result of making use of power: as, a forcible abduction.
    • described as the exertion or usage of force; lively; vigorous; violent: since, a forcible present; forcible means or steps.
    • Characterized by the effort or usage of force; lively; vigorous; violent: since, a forcible present; forcible means or steps.
    • Done or effected by power; acquired or triggered by the usage power: because, a forcible abduction.
    • Having force or cogency; powerful; potent; efficacious: because, a forcible debate.
    • Having power or cogency; strong; potent; effective: as, a forcible argument.
    • complete or effected by power; acquired or triggered by the employment of force: as, a forcible abduction.
    • described as the effort or using force; energetic; energetic; violent: as, a forcible present; forcible means or measures.
    • Having force or cogency; powerful; powerful; efficacious: because, a forcible debate.
    • Characterized by the exertion or using force; energetic; vigorous; violent: because, a forcible current; forcible means or actions.
    • described as the effort or using power; energetic; energetic; violent: as, a forcible present; forcible means or measures.
    • Done or effected by force; procured or brought about by the application of force: because, a forcible abduction.
    • Done or effected by power; procured or triggered by the application of power: since, a forcible abduction.
    • complete or effected by force; acquired or set off by employing power: because, a forcible abduction.
    • Having power or cogency; powerful; powerful; efficacious: because, a forcible debate.
    • Having power or cogency; powerful; powerful; efficacious: as, a forcible debate.
    • Having force or cogency; strong; powerful; efficacious: since, a forcible argument.

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