Definition of forceable in US English:

forceable

adjective

  • See force

    • ‘Products for forceable administration are considered drugs and are subject to the Food and Drugs Act.’
    • ‘Once the State begins to alienate people in already deprived areas by detaining without charge, over zealous ID card checks, forceable acquisition of DNA and other biometric data, this is where hatred for the police and the State begins.’
    • ‘One of the jurors was extremely upset when she watched a video of a forceable rape.’
    • ‘Mr Blunkett denied that he was seeking some kind of forceable integration in which there were no mono-ethnic communities.’

Pronunciation

forceable

/ˈfôrsəb(ə)l/