Marg.) alludes to its having been forcibly captured.
Formerly the Indians were forcibly pressed into the service and the whites filled the positions of officers, in great part untrained.
The city bought off Alexander in 333, but, not keeping faith, was forcibly occupied by the conqueror.
Reaching around her, he knotted it securely about her waist before forcibly disengaging her.
It was the scene of an engagement between the French and English fleets in 1380, was forcibly entered by the English in 1488, captured by the Spaniards and retaken by the English in 1601, and entered by the English in 1641, who expelled the Irish inhabitants.