compelling[ kuh m-pel-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF compelling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPELLING
His senses breathed the air of her perfect and compelling femininity.
And then, as the other nodded in assent, she spoke with a compelling kindliness.
Now there was something so compelling about her tone that he bent all his faculties to the task.
Some women went by, compelling Salvat to step off the foot-pavement.
The heritage was too compelling for a wolf that was only a cub.
He remembered only the compelling cause which was driving him towards the solution of it.
He was compelling the Court to punish him, whether they wished it or not.
"I mean it," she said, interrupting his thought and compelling him to pay heed to her.
He fixed his eyes on the young man as he spoke, compelling him to look at him.
With a compelling friendliness she held out her hand to him.
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