As far as I can think, I think the only way the word "force" is used in SW movies is to mean "THE Force". I don't recall it ever being used to mean "to force someone to do something" or "a military force" or "the force of the thrusters" or those kinds of meanings of the term. Was it ever accidentally used to mean just the regular old English meanings of the word?
Ever? Yes, quite a few times.
Here's one from The Phantom Menace:
NUTE GUNRAY and DAULTRAY DOFINE stand, stunned, before TC-14.
NUTE : (shaken) What?!? What did you say?
TC-14 : The Ambassadors are Jedi Knights, I believe.
DOFINE : I knew it! They were sent to force a settlement, eh. Blind me, we're done for!
You can find other uses in the scripts:
"A small Rebel force has penetrated the shield and landed on Endor." - Vader, Return of the Jedi
It's a bit of a subtle distinction, but in ANH when Han Solo says...
"Kid, I've flown from one side of this galaxy to the other. I've seen a lot of strange stuff, but I've never seen anything to make me believe there's one all-powerful force controlling everything. There's no mystical energy field that controls my destiny."
...he's not referring to the Force (note the capital F) but a force (no capitalisation).