Definition of compulsorily in English:

compulsorily

adverb

  • See compulsory

    • ‘A move by Mayo County council to compulsorily acquire the necessary land on the island has run into difficulty and is currently before the High Court.’
    • ‘Incinerators should be compulsorily installed in all hospitals and the Pollution Control Board should undertake surprise inspections.’
    • ‘If necessary, it will have the power to purchase land compulsorily.’
    • ‘For this illusory victory, Fielding has helped the Federal Government strip university student unions of the right to compulsorily levy a fee for services.’
    • ‘His family moved to a mansion in George Square when his birthplace was compulsorily purchased and demolished ‘for the public convenience’.’

Pronunciation

compulsorily

/kəmˈpʌls(ə)rəli/