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Forced

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Adjective

1. forced

produced by or subjected to forcing

Example Sentences:
'forced-air heating'
'furnaces of the forced-convection type'
'forced convection in plasma generators'

2. forced

forced or compelled

Example Sentences:
'promised to abolish forced labor'

3. forced

made necessary by an unexpected situation or emergency

Example Sentences:
'a forced landing'

4. constrained, forced, strained

lacking spontaneity; not natural

Example Sentences:
'a constrained smile'
'forced heartiness'
'a strained smile'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Forced

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adjective
1. 
done because of force; compulsory
forced labour
2. 
false or unnatural
a forced smile
3. 
due to an emergency or necessity
a forced landing
4. physics
caused by an external agency
a forced vibration
a forced draught

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Forced

see synonyms of forced
adjective
1. 
done or brought about by force; not voluntary; compulsory
forced labor
2. 
produced or kept up by unusual effort; not natural or spontaneous; strained or constrained
a forced smile
3. 
due to necessity or emergency
a forced landing
4. 
at a pace faster than usual
a forced march

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Forced

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adj.
1. Imposed by force; involuntary: was condemned to a life of forced labor; a plane that made a forced landing.
2. Produced under strain; not spontaneous: forced laughter.

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