compulsory[ kuhm-puhl-suh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF compulsory
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPULSORY
By it a national and compulsory system of education was established for the first time.
A child has a right to finality as regards its compulsory lessons.
No; your pride had placed them beyond your compulsory power.
What advantage do we offer to the former for their compulsory thrift?
He missed his compulsory morning shower, a miss which did not distress him greatly.
Captain Blood escorted his compulsory guest to the head of the ladder.
The ordeal of compulsory Purgation was abolished in Man as late as 1737.
There are other difficulties in compulsory adjudication of disputes.
But neither certification nor sterilization should be compulsory.
Bathing, it seems, like education, is "free and compulsory" at Adelaide.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COMPULSORY
- de rigueur
- incumbent on
- name of game
- beyond doubt
- beyond question
- for sure
- no ifs and or buts
- open and shut
- sure thing