English words and Examples of Usage

use "coerce" in a sentence

The intent, for him, is to coerce lawmakers to do the amendment.

The Indian Bureau attempted to protect the Indians, and the Army to coerce them.

The official draws his pistol and aims it at H to coerce him into further interrogation.

The French crown even tried to coerce Benedict XIII, whom it nominally supported, into resigning.

Oh sure, he could coerce us, but he doesn't and so we can only progress as fast as our limitations let us


Wolsey dies banished from Court in disgrace, having failed to coerce a divorce from the Pope.4.0579

Scandal Kimball was accused of using his charm and popularity to coerce teenage girls into having sex with him.

He was one of several writers and poets that Zhivkov tried to co-opt and coerce into serving the regime with their works.

They fall asleep on Ross' couch, which is evidently enjoyed by Joey, as he tries to coerce Ross into more

nap sessions with him.

The FDA also lacks statutory authority for this practice, but is able to coerce violators to disgorge profits through consent decrees.

Canceling an already scheduled trip would be seen as a studied

insult, enough to anger, but not coerce.

That's what police take advantage of, she said, contending police used Joseph's faith to try to coerce a confession.

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