English words and Examples of Usage

use "obligation" in a sentence

But health care professionals have no obligation to notify anyone.

We have a special obligation to protect our World Heritage.

PLP officials feel no obligation to be transparent and accountable.

Governor Jindal, does the United States have any obligation to them?

This is a worldwide obligation that requires altruism and generosity.

They have an obligation to the party and to the country," argued Vaz.

"I think we have an obligation and a societal responsibility to do so.

Oh, and forget the video, defendant has no obligation to review video.

We have such a pressing moral obligation to live up to the name of this day.

As per the council's decision, SL Green is under no obligation to pay Penson.

We undertake no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements.

Under obligation to the IAEA, Iran releases a dossier on its nuclear activities.

It's our legal obligation," said Katerina Rendlova, a Czech immigration official.

Majority rule does not adequately settle disputes over personal moral obligation.

We feel it’s an obligation that we have to the visitors here at the building.”

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