12 Synonyms for Force: Power, Energy, Vehicle, Body, Influence…


Force

means a strength or energy that is caused by movement or something physical.

  • The dog forced the door open.
  • I don’t want to force him to do anything.

There are many synonyms for this definition of force. Here are some of the most popular.

1. Strength

means that something or someone has physical power or energy. This power usually allows them to move something. Someone can have emotional, physical, or mental strength.

  • He is lifting weights at the gym everyday in order to gain strength.
  • She has a lot more strength than you would think from looking at her.

2. Power

is the ability to do something or act in a particular way ( a way that you choose).Power refers to someone or something that can get something done.

  • He has a lot of power on the board because he is the swing vote.
  • This machine has a lot of power, so be careful with it.

3. Energy

refers to the strength necessary to continue physical or mental activity. Energy is what is necessary to keep people and machines going.

  • I am so tired and hungry, I am completely out of energy. I can’t move another step, I need food and a nap.
  • This power plant uses a lot of energy.

4. Might

has more than one meaning. As a synonym for force it means great impressive power or strength.

  • He pushed the car with all his might.
  • The military exercises were an incredible show of naval might.

5. Effort

refers to force that is exerted or put forward.

  • It took a lot of effort to get the house cleaned in time.
  • How much of an effort do you think we’ll have to put forward to make this happen?

6. Excretion or exert

means to use or make a physical or mental effort.

  • I exerted a lot of effort at the gym this morning.
  • The dog was panting with exertion after the run.
  • How much energy did you exert last night?

Force

can also refer to someone or something that is regarded as having power or influence.

  • She was a force to be reckoned with.
  • He hoped to be seen as a force for good.

Here are some synonyms for this definition of force.

7. Influence

means that someone or something has the ability to affect other people and make them do what the influencer desires.

  • She has such a strong influence on him, it makes his family nervous.
  • I will do my best to exert my influence so that we can get what we want.

8. Vehicle

can not only refer to a car, but it can also refer to something that fulfils and embodies something.

  • You have the opportunity to be a vehicle for change.
  • What would you like this to be a vehicle for?

Force

can also mean to coerce or make someone or something do something that they don’t necessarily want to do.

  • The movers forced the sofa up the stairs.
  • I won’t let anyone force me to do something that I don’t want to do.

Here are some synonyms for this definition of force.

9. Coercion

means to get someone to do something by using threats or something negative. When someone is coerced into doing something, they are doing something that they wouldn’t normally do.

  • He had compromising information on her, which he used to coerce her into going along with his plan.
  • You weren’t coerced you made these bad decisions on your own.

10. Duress

refers to threats, violence, constraints or some other negative methods used to make someone do something against their will.

  • She tried to convince the police that her actions were done under duress, but they didn’t believe her.
  • Can you rely on a confession obtained under duress?

Force

can also refer to an organized body or military personnel, like the army, navy, marines, air force or coast guard.

  • Military forces are not always sent in for combat, they can also serve a humanitarian purpose.
  • He wanted to join one of the most elite military forces in the world.

Here are some synonyms for this definition of force.

11. Body

has many different meanings. As a synonym to force it refers to an organized group of people with a common goal.

  • They are strongest military body in the world.
  • I want to join a military body, so I can defend my country.

12. Outfit

refers to a group of people undertaking a certain activity together.

  • They were a ragged outfit, but they got the job done.
  • It’s an honor to be apart of this outfit.

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