English words and Examples of Usage

use "oblige" in a sentence

However, it doesn’t look like the weather gods will oblige his request.

Only after a supervisor arrived nearly half an hour later, did they begrudgingly oblige.

They want to be left alone so it's probably a good idea to just oblige, Gore said."

It will use national pride as the argument to oblige its people to persevere through difficult times.

If you need help moving into your new apartment, I'd be happy to oblige.

A recent study suggests that many older women still want to have sex, but often find their men cannot oblige.

Discussion question: Do you think that the rich countries of the world have an obligation to help poor countries? oblige

O’Grady is happy to oblige Mac’s request for a blessing.

The laws oblige all citizens to pay taxes.

As a family of campaigning soldiers they were a natural choice as loyal advisers, noblesse oblige.

Prince Yu abruptly kills Prince Wan and attempts to oblige the Emperor to abdicate the throne to him.

The police may ask a court to restrict an arguido's movement and oblige him to not leave the country.

If you would like a better resolution copy please contact me via Wikipedia and I would be pleased to oblige.

The Queen, only too happy to oblige, cut the extreme phalange of her little finger and sent it to the Pandavas.

Zoe refused to oblige, after which a furious Roxy started demanding money from her in exchange for her hospitality.

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