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incoercible

[ in-koh-ur-suh-buhl ]
/ ˌɪn koʊˈɜr sə bəl /
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adjective

incapable of being coerced or compelled.
Physics. (of a gas) incapable of being reduced to a liquid form by pressure.

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Origin of incoercible

First recorded in 1700–10; in-3 + coercible
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British Dictionary definitions for incoercible

incoercible
/ (ˌɪnkəʊˈɜːsəbəl) /

adjective

unable to be coerced or compelled
(of a gas) not capable of being liquefied by pressure alone
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