Third-person singular simple present indicative form of coerce.(verb)
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Use "coerces" in a sentence
"Newbie field agent Marianna Bonaventure enlists the aid of (and by "enlists the aid of" I mean "coerces") consultant Jonathan Knox."
"But, of course, only the pope or the Vatican ever "coerces" anyone in the eyes of the media."
"In it he called on the Court to repudiate these earlier decisions and to make clear that the government violates the Establishment Clause only if it coerces religious participation or creates a church."