Definition of forced :
1. Done or produced with force or great labor, or by extraordinary exertion; hurried; strained; produced by unnatural effort or pressure; as, a forced style; a forced laugh.
2. of Force
pretended, mechanical, obligatory, nonelective, imploring, will-less, coercive, necessary, sham, pseudo, simulated, forcible, true, importunate, unscheduled, phony, unintended, laboured, compulsory, strained, put-on, unexpected, imperative, unvoluntary, unwilling, spurious, peremptory, factitious, feigned, unintentional, labored, agonistic, willing, incumbent, contrived, forceful, coaxing, nonvoluntary, required, involuntary, effortful, plastic, strong-arm, assumed, constrained
ostentatious (part of speech: adjective)
flourishing, histrionic, flagrant, snazzy, flashy, gaudy, boastful, opulent, exhibitionistic, vain, affected, garish, dashing, dramatic, splashy, rakish, formal, stilted, grandiose, ostentatious, fussy, pompous, grandiloquent, blatant, flaunting, flamboyant, sensational, shameless, ornate, jaunty, showy
energized (part of speech: verb)
pretentious (part of speech: adjective)
facade, unnatural, artificial, deceitful, studied, impersonating, mannered, false, pretentious, fraudulent, stagy, ersatz, imposture, fake, bogus, masquerading, la-di-da, overdone, posing, stiff, mock, forged, synthetic, counterfeit, imitation, theatrical
smiles (part of speech: verb)
compelled (part of speech: verb)
motivated (part of speech: verb)
launched, poked, encouraged, stimulated, threw, stricken, hastened, thrust, instigated, struck, jerked, magnetized, bumped, punched, fomented, jostled, knocked, heaved, prodded, flung, nudged, enticed, goaded, catapulted, impelled, lobbed, fermented, propelled, pushed, triggered, pitched, slung, jolted, hurtled, rammed, moved, hurled, shoved, thrown, prompted, shot, urged, jogged
caused (part of speech: verb)
elicited, motivated, brought about, engineered, engendered, inspired, effected, caused, induced, acted, generated, evoked, gave rise to, brought, provoked, originated, given rise to, produced, executed, drove, driven, made, enforced
- I took you because you made me love you; and as you did make me love you, I shall never believe that you are anything but glad that I forced you to be my wife." - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.
- I am sorry, but you forced me to say more than I wished to say. - "Gunman's Reckoning", Max Brand.
- To be forced into anything,- to have him take that tone with her! - "Wych Hazel", Susan and Anna Warner.