The noun form for the adjective forceful is forcefulness.
overfishing will endanger coral reefs
Taken from Princeton.edu, vigorous is to be "characterized by forceful and energetic action or activity" or to be "strong and active physically or mentally."
this is because at this point the waveis not that strong but at the shore it gets forceful and increases in magnitude causing the tsunami
The noun 'noun' is an abstract noun, a word for a concept.
the verb: I forced her to obey me. the noun: I had to use a lot of force to get her to obey me.
It would change it into a noun. eg: "Forceful" (adj) into "forcefulness" (n).
Force can be used as a noun or a verb, but it is not an adjective. It can, however, be used as a noun adjunct (force multiplier, force equation, force field). Adjectives could including forcing, forced, or forceful.
Answer this question… Serious and forceful
The adjective form for the verb to force is the past participle, forced. The adjective forms for the noun force are forcible, forceful, and forceless.
The forceful removal of Iraq from Kuwait.
There is no word spelled 'hement' in English.If you meant 'helmet', that is a concrete noun; a word for a type of headgear; a word for a physical object.If you mean 'vehement', that is an adjective; a word that describes a noun as showing strong, forceful, or intense feeling.
spate forceful flowings would be spates
It isn't direct or forceful.
Assertive means about the same as "quietly forceful."
Yes, the noun 'activity' is an abstract noun; a word for forceful or energetic action; a natural, normal, or assigned function; an educational exercise designed to teach by firsthand experience; something done especially for relaxation or fun; a form of organized recreation. The noun 'activity' is a concrete noun for the intensity of a radioactive source, a measurable energy.
Forceful speakers express their opinions and wishes in a strong, emphatic, and confident way.