coercive

[adj] - serving or intended to coerce
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Coercive

Co¬∑er'cive adjective Serving or intended to coerce; having power to constrain. -- Co*er'cive*ly , adverb -- Co*er'cive*ness, noun « Coercive power can only influence us to outward practice. Bp. Warburton. » Co...
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coercive

adjective serving or intended to coerce; `authority is directional instead of coercive`
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Coercive

• (a.) Serving or intended to coerce; having power to constrain.
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coercive

coercive 1. Characterized by or inclined to coercion. 2. Using force or threats to make someone do something against his or her will.
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