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compelling

Definition of compelling

Verb

compelling

  1. Present participle of compel.

Adjective

compelling (comparative more compelling, superlative most compelling)

  1. requiring urgent attention

    There are compelling reasons why these articles should have definitions.

  2. forceful

    The politician had compelling ambition.

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