force-march

force-march

(fôrs′märch′)
intr. & tr.v. force-marched, force-march·ing, force-march·es
To undertake or subject to a forced march.

[Back-formation from forced march.]
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A swell British/Celtic cast - Bob Hoskins, Eileen Atkins, Jim Broadbent, Gabriel Byrne, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers - enliven the various Dickensian nasties who alternately are bamboozled by clever Becky and block her charm force-march to the top.