adjective un·co·erced \ˌən-kō-ˈərst\

Definition of uncoerced

  1. :  not obtained, compelled, or achieved by threat or force :  not coerced < … a former FBI special agent who obtained uncoerced confessions from two of the most high-profile terrorists in recent American history. — Peter Bergen> <But can men, whose interests are diverse, ever hope to live together in a harmony uncoerced? — Herman Melville>

Circa 1792

First Known Use of uncoerced

circa 1792

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