What is another word for have no choice?

Pronunciation: [hav nˈə͡ʊ t͡ʃˈɔ͡ɪs] (IPA)

When we say "have no choice", it implies that there is a sense of helplessness or lack of control over a situation. There are several alternative phrases that convey a similar meaning. One way to say it is to "be compelled" or to "be forced" to do something. Other options include being "obligated" or "bound" to a certain course of action. Another way to express this idea is to say that one has "no alternative" or is "constrained" in their decision-making. Whatever phrasing is chosen, the sentiment is the same - that the person feels restricted or powerless in their ability to make choices.

What are the hypernyms for Have no choice?

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

Famous quotes with Have no choice

  • The hardest hit, as everywhere, are those who have no choice.
    Theodor Adorno
  • Nothing that you do will ever feel good if you let people convince you that you have no choice.
    Fiona Apple
  • No, let's make sure that people understand that this is a very important war that is helping to protect us here at home. And that we have no choice but to win it. As difficult as it is.
    John Boehner
  • So, I think even in Saudi Arabia there is movement. And we have to remember that over the years they've stabilized the oil price and that is tremendously important for the economies of the world. I think we have no choice but to work with the government of Saudi Arabia.
    Frank Carlucci
  • If we really want to be full and generous in spirit, we have no choice but to trust at some level.
    Rita Dove

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