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force-feed to force (one) to eat, learn, or accept something either against the will or at an uncomfortably fast pace.
forceful having power, force, or effectiveness.
forceless combined form of force.
forcemeat finely chopped or ground meat, fish, or poultry, often mixed with other foods that act as binders or seasoning, and used as a stuffing.
force of attraction a force between two bodies, molecules, particles, or the like, that attracts each to the other.
force of nature in physics, any one of the fundamental forces that occur in nature, including electromagnetic force, weak nuclear force, strong nuclear force, and gravitational force. [3 definitions]
force-out a baseball play in which a runner in forced out at the next base following the hitting of a fair ball by a teammate.
forceps a pair of tongs or pincers used in medical procedures, as to grasp and extract tissue or foreign bodies during surgery.
force pump a pump with a valveless plunger, used to raise the level of a liquid or convey it through a pipe by the application of pressure.
for certain unquestionably; positively.
forcible achieved through force or violence. [3 definitions]
ford a shallow stretch in a river or other body of water that can be crossed without a boat or raft. [2 definitions]
fordable combined form of ford.
'fore contracted form of "before".
fore1 at, near, or toward the front. [4 definitions]
fore2 in golf, used as a warning to alert those who may be in the path of a golf ball that is about to be driven.
fore- before. [2 definitions]
fore-and-aft located along or parallel to a line from the bow to the stern of a ship or boat; lengthwise. [2 definitions]
forearm1 the lower arm in humans, between the elbow and wrist. [2 definitions]
forearm2 to arm or prepare beforehand.
forebear an ancestor or forefather.