A fellow justice also accused McCaffery of attempting to coerce him into opposing Castille.
Others who have served time in Phonthong report that men try to coerce the female prisoners into having sex.
In other instances, CIA recruiters used thinly veiled threats to coerce their cooperation.
His decision to coerce Netanyahu into imposing a 10-month settlement freeze was also a colossal misjudgment.
Religious liberty, Jefferson argued, denies the majority any right to coerce a dissenting minority, even one hostile to religion.
Hume, though we have found him censuring the conduct of Franklin, was opposed to any attempt to coerce America.
"Most certainly, doctor; I'd never seek to coerce you," said Cashel, smiling.
The North in trying to coerce the South was contradicting its own principle.
Electric influences guide and coerce fish in a wonderful manner.
But I do not think that the modern parent desires to coerce as much as did his forbear.
mid-15c., cohercen, from Middle French cohercer, from Latin coercere "to control, restrain, shut up together," from com- "together" (see co-) + arcere "to enclose, confine, contain, ward off," from PIE *ark- "to hold, contain, guard" (see arcane). Related: Coerced; coercing. No record of the word between late 15c. and mid-17c.; its reappearance 1650s is perhaps a back-formation from coercion.