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Adjective
Evoking interest, attention, or admiration in a powerfully irresistible way
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“The novel tells a compelling story of a teenager who finds meaning and purpose from a place of hopelessness.”
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Inspiring conviction and not able to be refuted
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“The arguments presented are backed up by compelling evidence and data.”
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Requiring immediate attention
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“A more compelling factor would be that of security.”
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Firm, strong, or substantial
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Significant or extreme in degree or intensity
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Necessary or very important
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Having power and influence over others
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Resulting from or relating to an irresistible urge
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Causing or tending to cause addiction
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Reliable and unfailing
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Central, most important
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Making strict requirements
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Signifying or carrying a special meaning
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Likely to spread or influence others in a rapid manner
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Attracting attention by reason of being unusual, extreme, or prominent
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Noun
That which enforces, constraints, gives force, authority, or effect to
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Present participle for force to act
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“Sometimes the scope of our expanding requirements and resource constraints may compel us to select a provider of services other than the military, even though we have assumed a greater risk by doing so.”
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Present participle for to force, constrain or coerce
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Present participle for to be persuaded based on available information
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Present participle for to affect
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Present participle for to hold or engage the attention of
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Present participle for be hampered or constrained by
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Present participle for to affect one's mind, usually through the use of a questionable mind-affecting process
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Present participle for to forcibly impose obedience or servitude
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Present participle for to strip one of freedom
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Present participle for to twist forcefully
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