Need another word that means the same as “forcibly”? Find 16 synonyms and 30 related words for “forcibly” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Forcibly” are: by force, under protest, compulsorily, under compulsion, under coercion, forcefully, vigorously, powerfully, potently, dynamically, energetically, heartily, eagerly, zealously, strenuously, aggressively
Forcibly as an Adverb
Definitions of "Forcibly" as an adverb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “forcibly” as an adverb can have the following definitions:
- Using force or violence.
- In a forceful way; convincingly.
Synonyms of "Forcibly" as an adverb (16 Words)
|aggressively||In a manner resulting from or betraying aggression.|
He resisted violently and continued to behave aggressively in the police car.
|by force||So as to pass a given point.|
|compulsorily||In a way that is required by law or a rule.|
Every dog that is neutered is compulsorily vaccinated against rabies.
|dynamically||Used in relation to web pages that update frequently or are generated according to an individual’s search terms.|
This situation can change dynamically on the timescale of minutes.
|eagerly||Used to emphasize a strong desire to do or have something.|
Original illustrations are eagerly sought by collectors.
|energetically||In an energetic manner.|
He energetically pursued his business activities.
|forcefully||Using considerable physical strength or violence.|
He forcefully shoved her back into the wall.
|heartily||In a hearty manner.|
Yes the children chorused heartily.
|potently||In a manner having a powerful influence.|
Clytemnestra s ghost crying in the night for vengeance remained most potently in the audience s mind.
|powerfully||In a manner having a powerful influence.|
A powerfully moving human drama.
|strenuously||With great effort and determination.|
She campaigned strenuously for cheaper fares.
|under coercion||Down to defeat, death, or ruin.|
|under compulsion||Down below.|
|under protest||Below the horizon.|
He defended his ideas vigorously.
|zealously||With great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or objective.|
He laboured zealously for the promotion of education.
Usage Examples of "Forcibly" as an adverb
- They argued forcibly against the proposal.
- No one will be forcibly evicted.
Associations of "Forcibly" (30 Words)
|abduction||Moving of a body part away from the central axis of the body.|
Abductions by armed men in plain clothes.
|blackmail||Money demanded by a person or group engaged in blackmail.|
He had blackmailed her into sailing with him.
|captivity||The state of being a slave–Shakespeare.|
So every bondman in his own hand bears the power to cancel his captivity.
|coercion||Using force to cause something to occur.|
Our problem cannot be solved by any form of coercion but only by agreement.
|compel||Necessitate or exact.|
His striking appearance compelled attention.
|compelling||Not able to be resisted; overwhelming.|
There is compelling evidence that the recession is ending.
|compulsion||An urge to do or say something that might be better left undone or unsaid.|
Her compulsion to wash her hands repeatedly.
|compulsory||Required by rule.|
It was compulsory to attend mass.
|confinement||The act of restraining of a person’s liberty by confining them.|
He was immediately released from his confinement.
|conscription||Compulsory enlistment for state service, typically into the armed forces.|
Conscription was extended to married men.
|constrain||Compel to behave in a certain way.|
Duty constrains one to act often contrary to one s desires or inclinations.
|disarmament||The reduction or withdrawal of military forces and weapons.|
The disarmament of the aggressor nations must be complete.
|dispossess||Deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.|
A champion of the poor and the dispossessed.
|duress||Compulsory force or threat.|
Confessed under duress.
|enforced||Forced or compelled or put in force.|
|enslavement||The state of being a slave–Shakespeare.|
The enslavement of millions of Africans.
|fixation||The process by which some plants and microorganisms assimilate nitrogen or carbon dioxide.|
Fixation at the oral phase might result in dependence on others.
|force||Force into or from an action or state either physically or metaphorically.|
She forced her diet fads on him.
|forced||Forced or compelled.|
A forced landing.
|imprisonment||Putting someone in prison or in jail as lawful punishment.|
The imprisonment of captured soldiers.
|mandatory||Required by law or mandate; compulsory.|
Attendance is mandatory.
|must||Something that should not be overlooked or missed.|
You must show your ID card.
|obligate||Bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted.|
|obligatory||Morally or legally constraining or binding.|
He made all the obligatory apologies.
|obsession||An idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person’s mind.|
He was in the grip of an obsession he was powerless to resist.
|required||Required by rule.|
The corset the garment that ensured the required female shape.
|sequestrate||Take legal possession of (assets) until a debt has been paid or other claims have been met.|
In November 1956 the property was sequestrated by the authorities.
|servitude||The subjection of property to an easement.|
You ve got thousands of years of peasant servitude to make up for.