[fawrs-fuh l, fohrs-] /ˈfɔrs fəl, ˈfoʊrs-/
full of ; powerful; vigorous; effective:
a forceful plea for peace.
acting or driven with .
persuasive or effective
1570s, from force (n.) + -ful. Related: Forcefully; forcefulness.
[French fawrs ma-zhœr] /French fɔrs maˈʒœr/ noun, plural forces majeures [French fawrs ma-zhœr] /French fɔrs maˈʒœr/ (Show IPA). Law. 1. an unexpected and disruptive event that may operate to excuse a party from a contract. /ˈfɔːs mæˈʒɜː; -ˈdʒʊə/ noun 1. (law) irresistible force or compulsion such as will excuse a party from performing his or […]
[fawrs-mahrch, fohrs-] /ˈfɔrsˌmɑrtʃ, ˈfoʊrs-/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to march somewhere in a forced march.
[fawrs-meet, fohrs-] /ˈfɔrsˌmit, ˈfoʊrs-/ noun, Cookery. 1. a mixture of finely chopped and seasoned foods, usually containing egg white, meat or fish, etc., used as a stuffing or served alone. /ˈfɔːsˌmiːt/ noun 1. a mixture of chopped or minced ingredients used for stuffing Also called farce, farcemeat n. also force-meat, “mincemeat,” 1680s, from force “to […]
noun 1. behavior occurring without thought and by virtue of constant repetition; habit.