compulsatory, compulsative (adj.) Old form(s): Compulsatiue
involving compulsion, subject to force
Ham I.i.103[Horatio to Marcellus and Barnardo, of young Fortinbras' intentions] to recover of us by strong hand / And terms compulsatory those foresaid lands [Q; F compulsative]
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