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The act of compelling oneself to read highly tedious or difficult material, whether in book, journal or electronic format, particularly under pressure to do so within a specified deadline. A technique commonly employed by students working on essays or dissertations, or persons working late at night preparing for a presentation or exam the following day.
"I was force-reading the paper, hoping to spark my interest in politics and finally start working on my thesis"
by Kashish July 07, 2009
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