Definition of Force back

1. Verb. Cause to move back by force or influence. "Beat back the invaders"

Exact synonyms: Beat Back, Drive, Push Back, Repel, Repulse
Related verbs: Drive
Generic synonyms: Force, Push
Derivative terms: Drive, Drive, Push Back, Repulsive, Repulse, Repulsion
Antonyms: Attract

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Force Back

force-feed lubricating system
force-velocity curve
force back (current term)
force de frappe
force feed
force field
force fields
force in
force majeure
force multiplier
force of habit
force of infection
force of mastication
force of nature
force out
force outs
force per unit area

Literary usage of Force back

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1812)
"We profited by their tumult, to force back the huge lock of the gate with a large stone, which fortunately yielded to our blows, and we made our escape. ..."

2. The Military Operations of General Beauregard in the War Between the States by Alfred Roman (1884)
"Nelson's Brigades Cross time Tennessee. —Positions Taken by tine Federals. — Chalmers's Brigade and a Mixed Command force back Nelson's Advance. ..."

3. Watson's Manual of Calisthenics: A Systematic Drill-book Without Apparatus by James Madison Watson (1882)
"First, at the command, RIGHT, the right arms of the ones force back the left arms of the twos into a position corresponding to that of the ones, ..."

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