Effected against resistance through the use of force: The police used forcible restraint in order to subdue the assailant. (adjective)
Characterized by force; powerful.(adjective)
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Use "forcible" in a sentence
"While recognizing that the complainant said “no” throughout the incident, the court stated that the legislature intended the term forcible compulsion to mean “something more than a lack of consent.”"
"Mogae objecting to what they called the forcible relocation of the"
"If recent FBI stings are any indication, very few, if any, children and minors involved in forcible, coerced, or trafficked prostitution are found by Craigslist targeting and crack downs."