Origin and Etymology of deforce
Middle English, from Anglo-French deforcer, from de- + forcer to force
First Known Use: 15th century
Rhymes with deforce
clotheshorse, concourse, crash course, dark horse, dawn horse, dead horse, discourse, divorce, dray horse, endorse, enforce, extrorse, golf course, gut course, high horse, introrse, iron horse, midcourse, of course, Old Norse, one-horse, packhorse, perforce, post-horse, racecourse, racehorse, recourse, redhorse, remorse, resource, retrorse, sawhorse, sea horse, stringcourse, trial horse, unhorse, warhorse, wheelhorse, Whitehorse, workhorse
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