force-draft

force-draft

[fawrs-draft, -drahft, fohrs-]
verb (used with object)
1.
to draft (a law, proposal, or the like) quickly or under extreme pressure: The committee must force-draft a code of ethics to present to the meeting tomorrow.
2.
to cause to proceed at full speed or intensity.
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