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Definition of "forcedly" [forcedly]

  • In a manner that is, or seems, forced. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "forcedly" in a sentence
  • "Teddy sees it perfectly: Mary grinning, handing the phone to Mom against feeble protests, Mom's hands up to keep this difficulty away, Mary smiling more forcedly and holding the receiver against Mom's ear."
  • "Truly--and I can't even believe I'm saying this--the forcedly intimate diversity of the freshman dorm had longstanding effects of tolerance, acceptance, and connection true for gender, sexuality, class, and region, though I don't know about race..., albeit effects that may not, for many of us, go beyond that intimate sphere."
  • "Klee, who later taught the course, stressed a study of nature to "freely design abstract shapes that go beyond the forcedly schematic and arrive at a new naturalness, the naturalness of the work.""