forcefulness

[ fawrs-fuhl, fohrs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forcefulness
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It was forcefulness, despite his many shortcomings, which most appealed to her.

The idea was expanded in an essay on forcefulness of character.

He had found an appearance of forcefulness in the use of violent words.

It amply made up in forcefulness anything it lacked in logic.

His face was an epitome of forcefulness, his lips hard, his eyes brilliant.

The forcefulness of the "don't" and the "never" have been investigated by education.

There was a cast-iron quality about it, a forcefulness, that made her wonder.

So quickly did the forcefulness or ineptitude of four commanders determine the course of events.

Since its owner has forcefulness and a power of selfish concentration, the voice is mostly magnetic and cold and strong.

His black robe added to the forcefulness of the suggestion and the impression became a part of the song of that church.

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