Forcibly [adverb]

Definition of Forcibly:

against one's will

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Sentence/Example of Forcibly:

There were a limited number of federal law enforcement personnel deployed around the city, after District officials — who did not want to see a repeat of the forcible clearing of Lafayette Square last summer — asked them to stand back.

A characteristic which distinguished them and which impressed Mrs. Pontellier most forcibly was their entire absence of prudery.

A great-granddaughter of Fragonard, she seems to have inherited his talent; Corot and Renoir forcibly appealed to her.

They went to the capital, forcibly removed the king from his throne, and banished him to the island of Kang-wa.

The well-aimed shots of the Americans were beginning to tell forcibly against the Spaniards.

Her attention had been so forcibly drawn to the picture, that she only now began to recognize the fact.

The young lawyer was abruptly interrupted in his pastime of ejecting Scattergood forcibly.

He argued the matter during two hours, and no doubt lucidly and forcibly.

He taught the unity of God, and forcibly declaimed against all those who gave him associates.

I thanked him cordially for his advice; and that part of it which related to Azima and my children struck forcibly on my heart.