Co*act" (?), v. t. [L. coactare, intens. fr. cogere, coactum, to force. See Cogent.]

To force; to compel; to drive.

[Obs.]

The faith and service of Christ ought to be voluntary and not coacted. Foxe.

 

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Co*act", v. i. [Pref. co- + act, v.i.]

To act together; to work in concert; to unite.

[Obs.]

But if I tell you how these two did coact. Shak.

 

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