Definition of Forcat

1. a convict condemned to hard labour [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forcat

forbreak
forbroke
forbruise
forbs
forburn
forburst
forbuy
forbuyer
forby
forbye
forc'd
forc't
forcarve
forcast
forcasten
forcat (current term)
forcats
forcause
force
force-fed
force-feed
force-feed lubricating system
force-feeding
force-feeds
force-field
force-land
force-out
force-outs
force-velocity curve
force back

Literary usage of Forcat

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1. The Voyage Alone in the Yawl "Rob Roy": From London to Paris, and by Havre by John MacGregor (1880)
"... Steam yachts—Canoe race—Canoe chase—Entangled— M. forcat—Challenge. WHILE the voyage in the Eob Boy's dingey on Sunday was such as we have described, ..."

2. The Voyage Alone in the Yawl Rob Roy, from London to Paris and Back by Havre by John MacGregor (1868)
"... chase—Entangled —M. forcat—Challenge. WHILE the voyage in the Rob Roy's dingey on Sunday was such as we have described, it was a busy time a little ..."

3. Irrigation in Egypt by Julien Hippolyte Eugène Barois, United States Army. Corps of Engineers (1889)
"For the other two M. forcat has adopted a similar arrangement for circulating the oil, but in this the movement is given the oil by a small rotary pump ..."

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