Mammoth Memory

compel (verb) – force or oblige (someone) to do something

(Pronounced kuhm-pel)

Come and pelt (compel) them until they carry out the task. That will force them to finish

Come and pelt (compel) them until they carry out the task. That will force them to finish. 

 

Examples of compel (verb) in a sentence

Nothing could compel him to share his secrets.

While it was strongly recommended she resign, they couldn't compel her to do so. 

The terrible conditions in his current accommodation compelled him to find a new place to live. 

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