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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperforceper‧force /pəˈfɔːs $ pərˈfɔːrs/ adverb literary  MUSTbecause it is necessary
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perforceNew ways, he believed, must perforce be antagonistic to the photographic image.I paused also, perforce, being behind her.In these circumstances the critical historian was forced to be original, and literary history was perforce boldly innovative.They must also, perforce, choose as parents those animals best able to cope with their new environment.Now an elder statesman, ambition frustrated but perforce sated, he is positioned to tell a riveting story.And natural fires are perforce suppressed.And the Cid should have gone with him, but he fell sick and perforce therefore abode at home.Passengers had perforce to ride, and goods were carried on the backs of packhorses or mules.
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