Etymology
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coercive (adj.)

"having powers to coerce," c. 1600, from coerce + -ive. Form coercitive (attested from 1630s) is more true to Latin but less frequent in use.

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Definitions of coercive

coercive (adj.)
serving or intended to coerce;
authority is directional instead of coercive
From wordnet.princeton.edu