compulsory

[adj] - required by rule
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Compulsory

• (a.) Obligatory; enjoined by authority; necessary; due to compulsion. • (a.) Having the power of compulsion; constraining.
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compulsory

mandatory adjective required by rule; `in most schools physical education is compulsory`; `attendance is mandatory`; `required reading`
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compulsory

[Adjective] Something that has to happen or that you must do.
Example: The exam was compulsory. Gill had to take it to pass the course.
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Compulsory

Com·pul'so·ry adjective [ Late Latin compulsorius .] 1. Having the power of compulsion; constraining. 2. Obligatory; enjoined by authority; necessary; due to compulsion. « This contribution threatening to fall infinitely short of their hopes, they soon made it compuls...
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compulsory

required by rule
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compulsory

required by rule
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