Com*pul"so*ry (?), a. [LL. compulsorius.]

1.

Having the power of compulsion; constraining.

2.

Obligatory; enjoined by authority; necessary; due to complusion.

This contribution therestening fall infinitely short of their hopes, they soon made it compulsory. Burke.

 

© Webster 1913.

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