compulsorily

All Adverb
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  • In any case, he became the first person to complete the test compulsorily in one day.
  • The police got involved and compulsorily removed the women from the building.
  • All students must study all these fields compulsorily, unless otherwise indicated.
  • All subjects and languages are to be studied compulsorily unless said below.
  • Thus ten months of the year at least he lived protesting, and many with him, compulsorily. Cited from Adventures Harry Richmond by Meredith, v3
  • He was compulsorily retired from his military career, but was awarded a state pension.
  • According to the bill, voters will have to compulsorily vote in local body elections.
  • English is spoken by all and is compulsorily taught in schools.
  • That same year, the government held a public auction to sell off the land that had been compulsorily acquired.
  • The chief priest should compulsorily be from another place, and should not be a native of the place where the temple exists.
  • They were older and claiming they should not have been made compulsorily redundant.
  • To enable a company to take the land of a private man compulsorily a private Act of Parliament was necessary. Cited from Speculations from Political Economy, C. B. Clarke
  • Shortly afterwards, he retired compulsorily from the FIFA list due to age restrictions.
  • The subject was one upon which she had never allowed herself to thinks except compulsorily, and but for a few moments at a time. Cited from Lizzy Glenn, by T.S. Arthur
  • The mother and daughter eat but little, and that compulsorily. Cited from The Home Mission, by T.S. Arthur
  • A committee was formed to ensure householders received a suitable price for their compulsorily purchased houses.
  • The Victorian Government compulsorily acquired the land and has been attempting to rescue the valley ever since.
  • About the Messianic hope, which appears to have inspired them, he is compulsorily silent. Cited from Josephus, by Norman Bentwich
  • An estimated 13 million workers came to be compulsorily covered under this scheme.
  • Later that year, developing plans meant that further land was required, which was compulsorily purchased from Chamberlayne.
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Meaning of compulsorily

  • adverb In a manner that cannot be evaded
    the ministry considers that contributions to such a fund should be met from voluntary donations rather than from rates compulsorily levied.