forcibly

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORCIBLY

In spite of the wound he seized the musket and forcibly wrested it from our hero.

Moreover, it was forcibly borne in upon him just what a source of irritation they had been.

Somehow or other, it is one of the scenes that remind us most forcibly of the loss of youth!

These lessons are forcibly taught in the history of the subject of the present sketch.

She was forcibly changed, and now all the world was changing about her.

And at that moment, perceiving Claude, he darted forward and forcibly dragged him off.

He was just turning the handle of the door, when Rougon forcibly detained him.

The sub-prefect's opinion struck him forcibly; but he remained perplexed.

She forcibly placed Aimee, Veronique, and Marie at the table.

"Web" forcibly hoisted it out of the door on the toe of his boot.

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