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Not only was he a compelling teacher, he practised what he preached. THE ENDLESS GAME (2001)She lay still, her head turned away until he tugged gently on her braid, compelling her towards him. HERE BE DRAGONS (2001)Something began to beat in her mind, compelling her to start running. I.O.U. - SOMEONE HAS TO PAY (2001)
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British English: compelling ADJECTIVE
A compelling argument or reason is one that convinces you that something is true or that something should be done.
It is a compelling argument , but apparently not an accurate one.
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