forced[ fawrst, fohrst ]SEE DEFINITION OF forced
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORCED
He forced himself to face them regularly as a penance and a corrective.
He had entered into the path of dishonesty, and he was forced to keep on in it.
He was forced to admit that the girl still had power to trouble him.
They had forced the foreign immigrants to work in their factories.
The consonants were reproduced but the reader was forced to guess at the vowels.
"Good-evening, Captain Rushton," he said, with a forced smile.
It was a dreadful conviction that was forced upon me, and as wonderful as terrible.
Your aunt has been forced to engage not to interfere but by your father's direction.
It is not every body will bear insult, as, of late, I have been forced to bear it.
At last the door was forced in and the massacre was completed.