Definition of Coerces

1. Verb. (third-person singular of coerce) ¹



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Definition of Coerces

1. coerce [v] - See also: coerce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coerces

coenzymes
coequal
coequalities
coequality
coequally
coequalness
coequals
coequate
coequated
coequates
coequating
coerce
coerced
coercer
coercers
coerces (current term)
coercibility
coercible
coercibleness
coercibly
coercing
coercion
coercionary
coercionist
coercionists
coercions
coercitivity
coercive
coercively
coerciveness

Literary usage of Coerces

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1. History of Prussia by Herbert Tuttle (1883)
"Qn the mean time the Swedes pressed southward through Pomerania, easily brushing every obstacle out of coerces their path, until at length they halted at ..."

2. The Napoleonic Empire in Southern Italy and the Rise of the Secret Societies by Robert Matteson Johnston (1904)
"CHAPTER II NAPOLEON AND NAPLES Ferdinand I.—Mary Caroline—Acton—World politics—Taranto and the East—Napoleon, King of Italy—coerces Naples— Elliot and ..."

3. A Federal South Africa: A Comparison of the Critical Period of American by Percy Alport Molteno (1896)
"... South Africa—Consequent stagnation—English colonies in America resist England when she coerces—America after independence adopts English system—Special ..."

4. The United States of America by Edwin Erle Sparks (1904)
"CHAPTER XIV THE UNION coerces THE STATES THE call of President Lincoln for seventy-five thousand volunteers left the seceders in no uncertainty that ..."

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