Definition of coercer in English:

coercer

noun

  • See coerce

    • ‘For so long I was a coercer, an enabler, a bad influence.’
    • ‘If he had been lured or coerced from his house, all traces of the coercer were now apparently obliterated.’
    • ‘The coercers of the forced girls in this study kept them in control with violence, deception, indebtedness, and affection.’
    • ‘Since nearly all coercion is morally suspect, and much of it legally punishable, successful coercers will not want to testify.’
    • ‘Like any confidence man, the coercer can only exploit a weakness that we refuse to confront directly, ourselves.’