Synonyms for force:
paternalism, the CID, supremacy, initiative, bludgeon, powerhouse, drag in, public opinion, patriarchy, oligopoly, importance, dragoon, the Metropolitan Police, swat team, uncork, RUC, sprightliness, pry, strike force, beef, rein, supervision, vice squad, flying squad, virility, the forefront, endurance, the Beaufort scale, lordship, browbeat, apron strings, pester, ascendancy, police department, thrust upon, effort, gusty, New Scotland Yard, greatness, highway patrol, power play, gale-force, Interpol, dominion, unscrew, pump, veto, brawn, pocket veto, oppression, bulldoze, strong-arm, the KGB, regimentation, Importune, impose, constraint, dominance, power trip, railroad through, resilience, athleticism, predominance, riot police, eloquence, trammel, governorship, the secret police, bully pulpit, drag into, Scotland Yard.
northerly, northeasterly, southeasterly, enterprise, roll down, the last word, get-up-and-go, unhook, pin down, force majeure, duress, sinew, assumption, department, hold to, peppiness, leadership, seize, animation, badger, soul, whip into, southerly, reinforcement, repercussion, coercion, southwesterly, gape, draw back, forensics, biting, dictation, hijack, railroad, tolerance, hold over, restraint, discipline, pressurize, clutch, westerly, northwesterly, muscle, monopoly, lean on, oblige, inflict, reign, tooth, stampede.
Other synonyms and related words:
intensity, repercussion, multitude, vehemence, impact, strain, pressure, compel, personnel, fall, constrain, impression, press, coerce, violence, array, value, weight, oblige, furiousness, forcefulness, run.
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Interpol, highway patrol, forensics, the CID, guard, flying squad.
Sense 14 (noun)
control, superiority, seniority, steam, commission, entitlement, title, authority, stature, empowerment, Prepotency, sovereignty, precedence, kingship, license, domination, prestige, sway, right, prerogative, credential, primacy, powerfulness, purview, command, mandate, birthright, mastery, privilege, enfranchisement, rank, mightiness, clout, cogency, faculty, office, punch, influence.
evocation, mainspring, execution, provocation, elicitation, motive, inspiration, compulsion, generation, determinant, compunction, enforcement, grounds, basis, root, action, origination, source, factor, effectuation, stimulus, motivator.
cell, sect, complement, phalanx, hive, fraternity, colony, detachment, cadre, platoon, coalition, body, gang, crowd, party, clique, host, aggregation, covey, drove, tribe, cabal, regiment, faction, outfit, pack, collection, squad, detail, coterie, ring, bevy, bunch, league, string, army, band, troop, crew, brigade, society, caucus, school, mob, litter, group, assemblage, junta, troupe, assembly, company, staff, retinue, set, battalion, fellowship, clan, fleet, team, wing, union, herd, posse, club, nest, circle, flock, division.
mental power, energy (noun)
capability, persuasiveness, efficacy, fierceness, cogency, influence, point, effectiveness, puissance, intensity, ability, drive, authority, vehemence, competence, emphasis, effect, forcefulness, dominance.
military organization (noun)
physical energy, power (noun)
impact, compulsion, fury, pressure, vigor, enforcement, potency, clout, strength, punch, coercion, effort, might, muscle, sinew, stress, stuff, duress, horsepower, tension, momentum, push, violence, steam, stimulus, strain.
police force (noun)
entice, encourage, instigate, hasten, hurtle, shoot, impel, goad, trigger, propel, knock, jostle, shove, fling, prompt, jerk, catapult, ferment, bump, prod, thrust, strike, magnetize, urge, ram, nudge, lob, throw, poke, jolt, pitch, launch, jog, move, sling, hurl, push, stimulate, foment, heave.
obligate to do something (verb)
contract, cause, compel, impel, urge, command, extort, blackmail, pin down, impose, burden, coerce, drag, enforce, make, press, pressurize, charge, constrain, strong-arm, dragoon, inflict, wring, move, necessitate, oblige.