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forbidden, adj. not allowed, prohibited, proscribed, outlawed, Ger. verboten, Fr. interdit, taboo, out-ofbounds, off-limits; disallowed, vetoed, nixed, turned down, rejected, refused.

forbidding, adj. grim, unfriendly, hostile, surly, harsh, hard, stern, tough; bad, nasty, ugly, mean, cruel, vicious, evil; dangerous, sinister, dark, threatening, menacing, ominous, portentous, foreboding,

force, n. 1. vigor, life, vitality, power, potency, Literary, puissance, strength; stamina, energy, animation, birr; violence, dint, shock, impact, striking ability, Inf. punch, Inf. zip, Sl. pizazz.
2. compulsion, coercion, arm-twisting; duress, constraint, enforcement, coaction; impulse, stimulus.
3. ability, agency, effectiveness, efficacy, binding effect.
4.
meaning, significance, signification, weightiness, weight, value; emphasis, stress, import, vehemence; validity, cogency, virtue, caliber.
5. troops, army, host, legion, squadron, regiment, battalion, detachment, division, phalanx; patrol, convoy; armament, artillery, weaponry.
-v. 6. necessitate, oblige, compel, constrain, co erce; effect, enforce, push through,
Inf. railroad, Sl. shove down [s.o.'s] throat; exact, extort, twist from, wrest, wring.
7. impel, urge, push, press; propel, thrust, obtrude; elbow, shoulder.
8. strain, pressure, pull, stretch, tense, intensify, tax, overburden, distort.
9. break open, snap, crack, pry, jimmy,
Sl. blow, Sl. blast.

forced, adj. 1. enforced, required, obligatory, compulsory, involuntary; committed, obliged, constrained, compelled.
2. strained, unnatural, artificial, false, feigned,
Sl. phony; overdone, stagey, far-fetched, catachrestic; affected, stilted, Inf. put on; studied, calculated, mannered, recherchd; labored, self-conscious, stiff.
3. driving, pressing, necessary, emergency, unavoidable, inescapable.

forceful, adj. vigorous, dynamic, energetic; virile, lusty, strong, robust, mighty, powerful; potent, effective, moving, gripping; intensive, vehement, emphatic, definite, positive; cogent, persuasive, telling, convincing, weighty.

forcible, adj. 1. impressive, striking, urgent, irresistible, forceful. See - forceful.
2. compulsory, obligatory, required, binding, incumbent, imposed, forced, coercive.
3. violent, drastic, intense, unrestrained,

forcibly, adv. 1. compulsorily, by force, coercively, under protest, against one's will, willing or unwilling, willy-nilly, Fr. bon gr6, mal gr6, Inf. come hell or high water; necessarily, of necessity, needs must, Fr. coUte que coUte.
2. vehemently, fiercely, ferociously, without restraint, emphatically, intensively, violently; vigorously, energetically, with might and main, with herculean effort; powerfully, effectively, efficaciously, convincingly.

fore, adj. 1. frontal, in or at the front, at the head, at or on top, ahead, above.
2. first, foremost, headmost, most advanced, highest, best, top, leading, lead, head, chief.
3. former, earlier, previous, preceding, foregoing, prior, antecedent, anterior.
4. fore and aft
front and rear, at both ends, coming and going; stem to stern, top to bottom, head to toe or foot.

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