Forceth in a sentence

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How to use forceth in a sentence. Forceth pronunciation.

Or is it a natural induction and inclination, fixed in the frocks and cowls, which of itself leads and forceth those good religious men into kitchens, whether they will or no?
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And hee breake, some brack's in the frame of nature 5 That forceth his breach.
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To the end This truth may stand more clearly in your view, I will content thee even to thy wish "If violence be, when that which suffers, nought Consents to that which forceth, not for this These spirits stood exculpate.
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I will hunt you out whenever you hide, and you shall comfort me when I am sad, and laugh with me when I'm merry, and take me by the hand and lead me onward and upward till the image of the heavenly forceth out that of the earthly from my whole heart and soul.
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Robert Burton, in the "Anatomy of Melancholy," said in reference to this subject: All the world knows there is no vertue in charms; but a strong conceit and opinion alone, which forceth a motion of the humours, spirits and blood, which takes away the cause of the malady from the parts affected.
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Examples of Forceth

Example #1
I protest, I swear before thee, so be thou favourable to me, if ever I did him or his subjects any damage or displeasure, or committed any the least robbery in his country; but, on the contrary, I have succoured and supplied him with men, money, friendship, and counsel, upon any occasion wherein I could be steadable for the improvement of his good.
Example #2
Ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, my God, my Saviour, help me, inspire me, and advise me what I shall do!
Example #3
The last houre of his promise now runne out!
Example #4
Come you from my worthy servant?
Example #5
For the will, That will not, still survives unquench'd, and doth As nature doth in fire, tho' violence Wrest it a thousand times; for, if it yield Or more or less, so far it follows force.
Example #6
That other doubt, Which moves thee, is less harmful; for it brings No peril of removing thee from me.