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compulsion
used in Politics and the English Language

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Definition
a strong (possibly uncontrollable) urge to do something; or a force or a requirement that forces an action
  • [Note: Example: "Comfort's catholicity of perception and image, strangely Whitmanesque in range, almost the exact opposite in aesthetic compulsion, continues to evoke that trembling atmospheric accumulative hinting at a cruel, an inexorably serene timelessness....

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