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forced

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforcedforced /fɔːst $ fɔːrst/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 WILLINGa forced smile, laugh etc is not natural or sincere πŸ”Š β€˜Oh, hello, ’ said Eileen, with forced brightness.2 FORCE somebody TO DO something[only before noun] done suddenly and quickly because the situation makes it necessary, not because it was planned or wanted πŸ”Š The plane had to make a forced landing in a field. πŸ”Š the forced repatriation of thousands of refugees
Examples from the Corpus
forcedβ€’ It can be used as a forced air convection oven alone - forced air being faster than conventional static hot air.β€’ The forced camaraderie and freedom from normal constraints may have its attractions.β€’ The pilot saw a field ahead and slightly left of the aircraft which he considered the best forced landing area.β€’ The plane had to make a forced landing in a field.β€’ The applause seemed forced rather than appreciative.forced repatriationβ€’ More than 13,000 boat people in three Hong Kong detention camps demonstrated against forced repatriation on Nov. 11-12.
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