fort-, forc-

(Latin: brave; power, strength, strong)

reinforcement, reenforcement, re-enforcement
reinforcer, reenforcer, re-enforcer
uncomfortable (adjective), more uncomfortable, most uncomfortable
1. Prone to cause physical discomfort; unbearable: Stella wanted a new chair for her table, but all the ones she tried out in the stores were uncomfortable.
2. Subject to feeling awkwardness or unease; disturbed; disagreeable: The man across the room was staring at Jill and she became quite uncomfortable and restless and decided to leave.
uncomfortably (adverb), more uncomfortably, most uncomfortably
Descriptive of how an individual feels pain, is suffering, or is in an uneasy state: After dinner Susan experienced an uncomfortably nervous sensation in her stomach and quickly went to the bathroom!

The sofa was too short for Susan and she lay uncomfortably, but nevertheless tried to go to sleep.

Throughout the flight from Frankfurt to Toronto, Mr. Simmons had to sit with his legs uncomfortably; bent behind the seat in front of him.

Viris fortibus non opus est moenibus.
To brave men, walls are unnecessary.

Agesilaus the Great, King of Sparta (c. 375 B.C.), was quoted as saying, "These are the Spartan walls" as he pointed to the citizens in full armor when someone wanted to know why Sparta was without walls.

Virtus ariete fortior.
Virtue is stronger than a battering ram.

Virtus, "virtue", here may also be interpreted as "valor" or "heroism".

Virtus Unita Fortior.
Strength united is stronger.

The motto on the national and civil flag of the principality of Andorra, an independent republic in the Pyrenees mountains, located between France and Spain. It is one of the world's oldest states.

Vis unita fortior.
Strength united is stronger.

Motto on the 1776 seal of the State of New Hampshire, USA.