What is another word for Forcedly?

Pronunciation: [fˈɔːsɪdlɪ] (IPA)

Forcedly is an adverb that means to act or do something against a person's will, or to make someone do something they don't want to do. There are several words that can be used as synonyms for forcedly, such as compulsorily, obligatorily, involuntarily, coercively, and imperatively. Compulsorily denotes an action or behavior that is required or mandated by law or rule. Obligatorily implies an action or behavior that is obligatory due to moral, legal, or social obligations. Involuntarily suggests that an action is done without one's will or consent. Coercively refers to forcing or compelling by force or threat. Finally, imperatively indicates that an action is necessary and cannot be avoided.

What are the hypernyms for Forcedly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Forcedly

Walking heavily, with the Forcedly erect carriage of a man who tries to conceal his increasing infirmity, he strode through the crowd.
"Boris Lensky"
Ossip Schubin
Landon laughed Forcedly, passing one hand across his forehead and staring in a dazed fashion at the shadows cast on the ground by the moon.
"Innocent Her Fancy and His Fact"
Marie Corelli
He laughed Forcedly, while Blythe, at last releasing his hand, took him by the arm, regardless of the curious observation of some of the hotel guests who were strolling about the garden and terraces.
"Innocent Her Fancy and His Fact"
Marie Corelli

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