Sentences with Compel, Compel in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Compel
1. Alex felt compelled to speak.
2. I was compelled to do the work alone.
3. This compelled me to stay another week.
4. Basically, I have been compelled by curiosity.
5. Alex and I were compelled to put off our departure.
6. My memory snagged, taken aback by a compelling and forceful sense of undue familiarity.
7. That they may have a little peace, even the best dogs are compelled to snarl occasionally.
8. The man who is constantly making decisions and being compelled to alter them gets nowhere.
9. This is the great lesson the depressive learns: Nothing in the world is inherently compelling.
10. A good book … leaves you wanting to reread the book. A great book compels you to reread your own soul.
11. I hate vulgar realism in literature. The man who would call a spade a spade should be compelled to use one.
12. We submit to the majority because we have to. But we are not compelled to call our attitude of subjection a posture of respect.
13. I often find that a novel, even a well-written and compelling novel, can become a blur to me soon after I’ve finished reading it.
14. Charity, if you have the means, is a personal choice, but charity which is expected or compelled is simply a polite word for slavery.
15. Mankind are greater gainers by suffering each other to live as seems good to themselves, than by compelling each to live as seems good to the rest.
16. The compelling thing about making art – or making anything, I suppose – is the moment when the vaporous, insubstantial idea becomes a solid there, a thing, a substance in a world of substances.
17. Though there might not be any easy answers to the problem of poverty, its most compelling scribes do not resign themselves to representation solely for the sake of those age-old verities of truth and beauty.
18. Millions of men have lived to fight, build palaces and boundaries, shape destinies and societies but the compelling force of all times has been the force of originality and creation profoundly affecting the roots of human spirit.
19. I, with a deeper instinct, choose a man who compels my strength, who makes enormous demands on me, who does not doubt my courage or my toughness, who does not believe me naive or innocent, who has the courage to treat me like a woman.
20. Are ideals confined to this deformed experiment upon a noble purpose, tainted, as it is, with bargains and tied to a peace treaty which might have been disposed of long ago to the great benefit of the world if it had not been compelled to carry this rider on its back?