forcible

[ fawr-suh-buh l, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forcible

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It is national in the broadest sense of the term, and primative and forcible to intensity.

The circumstance made a forcible and indelible impression on my mind.

And this again led to the forcible expulsion of every Morisco in Spain.

"A Sulaco revolution," Decoud pursued in a forcible undertone.

But this is the effect of his predilection for individuals of forcible character.

No, it is all quite simple; and my words had no need to be forcible or brilliant.

No forcible translation of favour into suspicion was able to uphold such a theory.

There are some expressions so forcible that46 they can not be made more so.

He rescues Miss Byron from an attempt at a forcible abduction.

And is it decorous in episode, cheerful in tone, and forcible in moral tendency?

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