A situation which is difficult and stressful, usually because it's boring and time consuming, which is compulsory. Almost always preceded by the words "such a" or at least "a" to distinguish it from alternate definitions.
"Did you hear we have to memorize all one hundred words for the next test?"
"Yeah, that's such a force."
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"I'm going to have to spend all Christmas pretending I've missed my parents. The whole week is going to be a force.
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"Half of high school is awkward, and the rest is a force."
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force (verb) ed, ing, es: taking it to an extreme killing it taking it too far
She really forced it by wearing that ugly skirt

He forced it giving us mad (a lot) homework
by Tuzde` October 04, 2005
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when something doesn't quite work,is a stretch, or isn't smooth or subtle.

like forcing out a joke that isn't funny or wearing an outfit that is forcing a certain look but just makes you look stupid or trying to sing a note that's too high
Bill: Like my trendsetting polka dot bow tie?

David: It's a force, but if kids these days are leaving the stickers on their hats, then any fashion is possible

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xx1337sniperoverlordofchaosanddestructionxx: Yo...

David: No, shut up, that username's a total force. You need to go outside more or something

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An energy field created by all
living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us, it binds the galaxy together.
by gerhard December 16, 2004
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1. when someone is trying to hard to make a joke

2. or when someone asks you to do something and you dont want to do it.
josh: Knock knock

Kimball: FORCE...no one uses knock knock jokes anymore

Josh: Could you tell me a joke so I can be funny?

Kimball: wow...force..DUB FORCE
by k-balls April 16, 2008
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Force = Mass X Acceleration in a linear system. The units of force are kilogram meter per second squared or newtons.
Given that a due to gravity on earth is equal to 9.8 m/s^2 in an MKS system, calculate the force due to gravity on a 100 kg man. The answer is 980 N.
by MadPhysicsMan March 21, 2004
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