[fawrst, fohrst] /fɔrst, foʊrst/
enforced or compulsory:
strained, unnatural, or affected:
a forced smile.
subjected to .
required by circumstances; emergency:
a forced landing of an airplane.
done because of force; compulsory: forced labour
false or unnatural: a forced smile
due to an emergency or necessity: a forced landing
(physics) caused by an external agency: a forced vibration, a forced draught
“not spontaneous or voluntary,” 1570s, past participle adjective from force (v.). The flier’s forced landing attested by 1917.
noun, Military. 1. any march that is longer than troops are accustomed to and maintained at a faster pace than usual, generally undertaken for a particular objective under emergency conditions. noun 1. (military) a march in which normal needs are subordinated to the need for speed
- Forced perspective
noun 1. the use of objects or images that are larger or smaller than they should be, to suggest that they are nearer or further away than they really are
[fawrs-draft, -drahft, fohrs-] /ˈfɔrsˈdræft, -ˈdrɑft, ˈfoʊrs-/ verb (used with object) 1. to draft (a law, proposal, or the like) quickly or under extreme pressure: The committee must force-draft a code of ethics to present to the meeting tomorrow. 2. to cause to proceed at full speed or intensity.
noun, Law. 1. a sale held as a result of a judicial order.