In a forceful manner; vigorously; powerfully.(adverb)
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Use "forcefully" in a sentence
"Look, this point that Obama should be projecting power more forcefully is absurd."
"You have only to read the early American and British paeans to the successes of fascism in forcefully rebuilding and lifting Italy and Germany out of the Depression to realize how broadly seductive were the themes of a benevolent dictatorship of the intellectual and cultural elite."
"For instance, polls suggest public support for some blurring of the church-state divide: many Americans think that God has been ejected too forcefully from the public square."