Definition - Noun 1: a cause of motion, activity, or change
Definition - Transitive Verb 1 a: to compel by physical means often against resistance <forced him into the car> b: to break open or through <forced the door> see also forcible entry 2: to impose or require by law see also elective shareforced heir at heirforced sale at sale
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