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1 Love cannot be compelled.
2 Her illness compelled her to give up her job.
3 I was compelled to do so by absolute necessity.
4 The rain compelled us to stay indoors.
5 Over the years her work has compelled universal admiration and trust.
6 They were often compelled to work eleven or twelve hours a day.
7 Local housing authorities have been compelled by the housing crisis to make offers of sub-standard accommodation.
8 The students ought not to be compelled to go back of academic titles to find out what they mean.
9 He was compelled to give in.
10 Your cleverness and skill has compelled our admiration.
11 His performance compelled the audience's attention .
12 He was compelled to liquidate his securities.
13 She felt compelled to resign because of the scandal.
14 If only you hadn't felt compelled to meddle.
15 Adverse circumstances compelled him to close his business.
16 Last year ill health compelled his retirement.
17 I felt morally compelled to help.
18 They found themselves compelled to relocate.
19 Circumstances have compelled a change of plan.
20 Large numbers of MPs felt compelled to break ranks over the issue.
21 I could not understand why she felt compelled to behave so rudely to a friend.
22 Thousands have been compelled to flee the country in makeshift boats.
23 I feel compelled to write and tell you how much I enjoyed your book.
24 She has been compelled to dub up out of her own pocket.
25 He was compelled on pain of punishment to answer the question.
26 Children could be compelled to work on the farm,(www.Sentencedict.com) effectively denying them schooling.
27 He spoke with an authority that compelled the attention of the whole crowd.
28 Most living creatures are capable of adaptation when compelled to do so.
29 Even Massachusetts felt compelled to expel many free blacks.
30 So, of course, I felt compelled to look.
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