"The impression was forcible--" the prince began.
A forcible bringing cannot be carried out at the night time, save for the instances when the matter brooks no delay.
Again in Kapalabhati, Puraka is very long and mild, but Rechaka is too quick and forcible.
Transience, then, the forcible abbreviation of man's relationships, is not merely a condition of the external world.
In the current situation it is absurd to settle more immigrants in Europe in such a forcible manner.
Solving female poverty involves more than just forcible intervention in the family environment.
There was no decision at Helsinki to mandate crisis management or forcible peace-making.
We are also following closely complaints from the opposition over 'forcible conscription' to the army.
In the EU, it is called crisis management, which also includes forcible peace-making.
His historic speech was very forcible.
impelled by physical force especially against resistance: strong-arm, forceful, physical