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synonyms for forcibly

  • effectively
  • by force
  • coercively
  • compulsorily
  • energetically
  • hard
  • mightily
  • powerfully
  • strongly
  • under protest
  • vigorously
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  • weakly
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Once the aircraft was on the ground at Minsk Airport, Belarus security agents forcibly dragged journalist Roman Protasevich, 26, and his girlfriend, law student Sofia Sapega, 23, off the plane to be detained in the country’s notorious jails.
BELARUS’S EXILED OPPOSITION LEADER SAYS PRESIDENT LUKASHENKO IS OPERATING WITH ‘IMPUNITY’ AFTER JOURNALIST ARRESTVIVIENNE WALTMAY 24, 2021TIME
One day after the ceasefire in Gaza, Israeli police forcibly dispersed a protest at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound, or Temple Mount, the site of a previous police raid last Monday that Hamas cited in launching its initial rocket attacks.
NEW CONFRONTATION AT AL-AQSA MOSQUE HOURS AFTER GAZA CEASEFIREBARAK RAVIDMAY 21, 2021AXIOS
We must promote policies and practices that treat the forcibly displaced as fully human and with all the dignity and humanity that they deserve.
LGBTIQ REFUGEES IN KAKUMA NEED DURABLE SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS CHALLENGESSTEVE ROTHAPRIL 29, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Prosecutors have alleged in separate filings that other Oath Keepers associates conspired to forcibly enter through the west Capitol Rotunda doors at about that time.
FOUNDING MEMBER OF OATH KEEPERS ENTERS FIRST GUILTY PLEA IN JAN. 6 CAPITOL BREACHSPENCER HSU, DEVLIN BARRETTAPRIL 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
By October, the police had forcibly removed the camp after an uptick in property- and drug-­related crime.
DEATHS AMONG AMERICA'S HOMELESS ARE SOARING IN THE PANDEMIC. A PHOTOGRAPHER CAPTURES A COMMUNITY IN CRISISPAUL MOAKLEYAPRIL 3, 2021TIME
She was then forcibly removed from the state Capitol while being surrounded by other officers and was placed into a police car – all while continuing to identify herself as a legislator.
GEORGIA REP. PARK CANNON SPEAKS OUT FOLLOWING GEORGIA CAPITOL ARRESTCHARLI PENNAPRIL 2, 2021ESSENCE.COM
Yang’s comments were rich, after all, since China is an autocratic state that has forcibly imprisoned around 2 million Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps.
THE FIRST US-CHINA MEETING REVEALS A “ROUGH START” TO RELATIONSALEX WARDMARCH 19, 2021VOX
There were a limited number of federal law enforcement personnel deployed around the city, after District officials — who did not want to see a repeat of the forcible clearing of Lafayette Square last summer — asked them to stand back.
CAPITOL BREACH PROMPTS URGENT QUESTIONS ABOUT SECURITY FAILURESCAROL D. LEONNIG, AARON DAVIS, DAN LAMOTHE, DAVID FAHRENTHOLDJANUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Slavery remained widespread and the federal government in the 1830s forcibly relocated thousands of Natives from the Southeast.
HOW AMERICA KEEPS ADAPTING THE STORY OF THE PILGRIMS AT PLYMOUTH TO MATCH THE STORY WE NEED TO TELLPETER C. MANCALLDECEMBER 17, 2020TIME
A characteristic which distinguished them and which impressed Mrs. Pontellier most forcibly was their entire absence of prudery.
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