Compulsion [noun]

Definition of Compulsion:

drive, obligation

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Sentence/Example of Compulsion:

According to reports, education minister Lawrence Wong said that the country believes 70% adoption could help push it to its next level of reopening, phase three—but that this could be achieved only through legal compulsion.

Feeling tired and exasperated and overburdened a few weeks ago after working on a long and complicated story and getting very little sleep, I sourly informed Twitter that I felt a compulsion and a God-given right to commit a venial sin.

So far, these companies have experienced little pushback and are under no compulsion to change.

However, many public health experts fear that government compulsion is unlikely to be effective, and warn that heavy policing of vaccine uptake could backfire.

We are apt to think of these little ones as doing right only when under compulsion: but this is far from the truth.

There is a restiveness in human nature that resists compulsion, even to its own manifest advantage.

There is no need, however, to extend the régime of compulsion over the whole field.

Mr. Highcamp was a plain, bald-headed man, who only talked under compulsion.

Does man stand in need of compulsion before he can be brought to humble himself with sincerity?

Only in the range of the spiritual are we twenty years behind time, trying to get the best construction by compulsion.