Definitions of "coercive"
  1. Pertaining to the use of force or threats to compel someone into action
  2. Arising from or caused by forcing someone to do something against their will
How to use "coercive" in a sentence
  1. The committee was unhappy about the coercive tactics used to obtain the signatures.
  2. Critics argue that such laws can be seen as coercive and infringing on individual rights.
  3. The policy has been criticized for being overly coercive and not respecting personal choice.

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