- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enforce.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Compelled; forced; not voluntary.
- adj. forced or compelled or put in force
“They were very angry at what they described as the enforced delay, and discussed with”
“(Because otherwise you get into the argument taht the case for amnesty wikll be just as good 20 years from now and the idea that the law will be enforced is not credible)”
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“A system of complex tax rates, poorly enforced, is perhaps the worst of all possible worlds.”
“Most prisoners will be expected to work a full 40-hour week instead of spending their days in enforced idleness in cells, under plans to be unveiled by the justice secretary, Ken Clarke, today.”
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“Between the ice fields a couple of days after a snow to the absolute universality of double parking to dog poo, it seems like the only thing enforced is not letting poor people wash your window.”
“Having the 10th amendment enforced is a Libs worst nightmare”
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