coercion

[ koh-ur-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF coercion

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The policy of the opposition was coercion, while that of the government was autonomy.

Coercion first annihilates the understanding of its victim, and then of him who adopts it.

"It was a bargain of coercion, Monsieur," she answered attempting to brazen it out.

I wouldn't be surprised if he wouldn't bring in a coercion bill at any minute.

I told you the means of coercion in my power, and pledged myself to use them.

Perhaps Mr. Balfour was tired of the monotony of five years of coercion.

Men are apt to believe that crime and coercion are inevitably associated.

To Camden there appeared to be only one means of cure, coercion.

It is, apparently, the 221most primary application of force or coercion.

The coercion of this arrangement for many persons must become intolerable.

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