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coerce
used in Main Street

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Definition
force to do — possibly  by physical, moral or intellectual means
  • When he was not affectionately coercing people into buying things they did not need, he stood at the back of the store, glowing, abstracted, feeling masculine as he recalled the tempestuous surprises of love revealed by Vida.
    Chapter 21 (98% in)

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