The correct answer is compulsion.
The correct answer is (D) Compulsion (by threat or force) to do something; coercion, constraint. Also, forcible restraint, such as by imprisonment;
Duress comes from Middle English duresse, Old French duresse (severity), Latin duritia (hardness, harshness, oppression)
Examples of use:
- She only stayed at home and completed her homework under duress.
- He admitted under duress to his participation in the pranks.