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definition of duress:

coercion of some form (physical, mental, economic, etc) which prevents the exercise of free will.

duress, as it might be used:

The preface to the will read, "We, being of sound and disposing mind and memory and not acting under duress, menace or the influence of any person whatsoever, do hereby make our last will and testament.
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