English words and Examples of Usage

use "compel" in a sentence

Cameron said that as the inquiry was independent, he could not compel its release.

The word "compel" is used twice, however, both times with negative connotations.

A German proverb notes that to advise is not to compel.

The government has introduced legislation to compel public buildings to spend a certain amount of their budget on art.

Dostoyevsky once noted that it is only by self-respect that you will compel others to respect you.

Much of our behavior is controlled by internal factors that compel us in the direction of a goal.

They can encourage but, without taking drastic action, they cannot compel.

Discussion question: What qualities would a lover need to be truly compatible with you? compel

Kozák's morality compel him to turn the farmer's wife into the White Army.

In 1212, Albert led a campaign to compel Polotsk to grant German merchants free river passage.

Minamimoto's obsession was great enough to compel him to pursue the Composer into the Realground.

Rabbinic courts could compel the husband to make this provision, if he fails to do so voluntarily.

We are also of opinion, that his master may legally compel him to return again to the plantations.

The Nazis compel the Italians to large-scale massacres of Arabs in their portion of the Middle East.

Federal extradition hearings were held to compel the six indicted men to come from Michigan to Illinois for trial.

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