Forceless - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfɔːslɪs|
Brit.  |ˈfɔːslɪs|


- lacking force; feeble(syn: unforceful)

a forceless argument


The front of the car took the full force of the collision.

Instruments used to measure the force of the wind

The police were accused of using excessive force when they made the arrest.

We discourage the use of force.

He used brute force to open the door.

I was impressed by the force of her personality.

They forced us to work long hours without pay.

The flooding forced hundreds of residents to flee their homes.

After seeing the evidence, I was forced to admit my error.

I am forced to conclude that more funding will be necessary.

The pilot was forced to land when one of the plane's engines caught fire.

The scandal forced his resignation.

Lack of time may eventually force a compromise.

They are trying to force a vote on this issue.

The runner was forced out of bounds.

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