from The Century Dictionary.

  • That cannot be forced or compelled.


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  • Perhaps in a more modern assembly the constraint might have been lasting, but our forefathers did not depend so exclusively as we upon capricious and uncompellable moods, which, like the winds, blow whence and when they list, for the generation of vivacity in social gatherings.

    The Duke of Stockbridge


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