Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Entry: perforce (adv.)


In context: "He tells that one may, perforce, judge the opponent player's VAPS in more detail by the ear than the eye."

Definition: by force of, by dint of, by reason of.

In weakened use: by constraint of circumstances; of necessity, inevitably, unavoidably; as a matter of course.

By the application or threat of physical force or violence; forcibly, violently; by force.

 


Other:

SNOOT score: 3

Page: 568

Source: Oxford English Dictionary

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