Perforce



[per-fawrs, -fohrs] /pərˈfɔrs, -ˈfoʊrs/

adverb
1.
of necessity; necessarily; by force of circumstance:
The story must perforce be true.
/pəˈfɔːs/
adverb
1.
by necessity; unavoidably
adv.

early 14c., par force, from Old French par force (12c.), literally “by force” (see force). With Latin per substituted 17c. for French cognate par.

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