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    coercion - Dictionary definition and meaning for word coercion

    (noun) the act of compelling by force of authority Definition
    (noun) using force to cause something to occur
    Synonyms : compulsion
    Example Sentence
    • though pressed into rugby under compulsion I began to enjoy the game
    • they didn't have to use coercion
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for coercion

U must hav read COERCIVE forces in physics...

resembles forcy on. => force on?

co(go)er(there)cion(son)when compelled it creates aversion for u

coax+aversion:rhymes with aversion; Her coax withered away my aversion for it .

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coercion=coerc(cohesive)+ion....ion is strongly bonde...so forece is required to deteach it....

corer-cion=koria use atomic test to force to get someone to buy

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