Definition of Forcibleness

1. n. The quality of being forcible.



Definition of Forcibleness

1. Noun. The quality of being forcible. ¹

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Definition of Forcibleness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forcibleness

forceps delivery
forceps major
forceps minor
forceps posterior
forcepses
forcepslike
forcer
forcers
forces
forces of nature
forces out
forcest
forceth
forcible
forcible-feeble
forcibleness (current term)
forciblenesses
forcibly
forcing
forcing house
forcing houses
forcing out
forcingly
forcings
forcipal
forcipate
forcipation
forcipes
forcipressure
forcipule

Literary usage of Forcibleness

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1. The Sánkhya Aphorisms of Kapila: With Illustrative Extracts from the by Kapila (1885)
"... but through direct cognition; and direct cognition does not take place suddenly, because of the forcibleness of false impressions that 3 This reading is ..."

2. Potter's American Monthly (1880)
"And the reason of the greater forcibleness of Anglo-Saxon words lies in their shortness ; for surplus articulations, like surplus phrases, call upon the ..."

3. Sesame and Lilies: Two Lectures by John Ruskin (1901)
"This style is, I think, marked by three dominant traits: its forcibleness, its wealth of illustration and allusion, and its poetic color. ..."

4. Sesame and Lilies: Two Lectures by John Ruskin by John Ruskin, Robert Kilburn Root (1901)
"This style is, I think, marked by three dominant traits: its forcibleness, its wealth of illustration and allusion, and its poetic color. ..."

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