Restrain vs Forced - What's the difference?

restrain | forced |


As verbs the difference between restrain and forced

is that restrain is   to control or keep in check while forced is (force).

As an adjective forced is

obtained forcefully, not naturally.

restrain

English

Verb

(en verb)
  •   To control or keep in check.
  •   To deprive of liberty.
  •   To restrict or limit.
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    Synonyms

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    Derived terms

    * restraint

    Anagrams

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    forced

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (force)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • obtained forcefully, not naturally
  • Her forced smile was harder and harder to keep as her critical father kept on complaining about her.
  • opened or accessed using force
  • Derived terms

    * forced entry * forced labour * forced landing * forced laugh * forced march * forced sale * forced smile