Crossword clues for coact
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Coact \Co*act"\, v. i. [Pref. co- + act, v. i.] To act together; to work in concert; to unite. [Obs.]
But if I tell you how these two did coact.
Coact \Co*act"\, v. t. [L. coactare, intens. fr. cogere, coactum, to force. See Cogent.] To force; to compel; to drive. [Obs.]
The faith and service of Christ ought to be voluntary
and not coacted.
(context obsolete English) forced, constrained, done under compulsion. v
(context obsolete English) To compel, constrain, force. Etymology 2
vb. (context rare English) To work together.
v. act together, as of organisms
Usage examples of "coact".
And now, when they had drawn close, their pulls coacted to redouble that infall.