lacking force

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Usually being too high or lacking force originates with the player's stance and his first two steps out of that stance.
Despite the blow lacking force because of the youngster's size, Byrne then turned his violence on the boy, leaving him with a broken hand and bruising to his legs after kicking him when he was down.
Under the confident baton of Nicholas Smith, the orchestra, although lacking forces in the lower strings, produced a highly commendable performance of an ambitious musical programme.