Obliging in a sentence

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Definition of Obliging

  • Putting under obligation; disposed to oblige or do favors; hence, helpful; civil; kind.

How to use obliging in a sentence. Obliging pronunciation.

And therefore that afternoon, pretends to have Receive'd a Letter obliging him to meet a Gentleman the next Morning between Four and Five a Clock at _Westminster_ to treat with him about a parcel of Goods which he was to go and see, and should not be back again till nine a Clock.
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He was very obliging, and had the kindness to inform me whether my demands could hope for success; and he told me that as for the Cerf-Berr brothers, he did not think the Emperor would ever compensate them.
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But I've been too obliging.
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Buy them sabots with this," and drop ping a gold piece in the lap of the obliging peasant, Camors walked rapidly away.
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The women were angelic, which is the highest praise; and the men the most light-hearted, merry, obliging, entertaining fellows that he had met with in the whole course of his life.
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From the day when the Moravians helped lift the anchor as they sailed from the coast of Dover, they busied themselves in the work of the ship, always obliging, always helpful, until the sailors came to trust them absolutely, "even with the keys to their lockers.
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Obliging others, 426. Old age, 439, 484.
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Mr. Griggs was very obliging in regard to his old express wagon, and the next Saturday Point Pleasant was treated to a mild sensation-nothing less than Miss Cordelia rattling through the village, enthroned on the high seat of Mr. Griggs's yellow express wagon, drawn by old Nap who, after a week of browsing idleness in the four-acre field, was quite frisky and went at a decided amble down Elm Street and across the bridge.
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A woman's likely to give up a boy like Chester-a good, steady worker and as respectful and obliging as there is between this and sunset-very likely, isn't she!
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He is admired by all who have the honour of approaching him, as much for his obliging condescension as for his great information.
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It was no small job and after being obliging once or twice, Katy had the happy thought of charging fifteen cents for the transformation.
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The next day Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy received a most obliging note of dismissal.
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They are very good-tempered, obliging, and industrious.
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Or how there was a travelling party on board, of whom one member was very ill in the cabin next to mine, and being ill was cross, and therefore declined to give up the Dictionary, which he kept under his pillow; thereby obliging his companions to come down to him, constantly, to ask what was the Italian for a lump of sugar-a glass of brandy and water-what's o'clock?
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If you are good-humoured to the people about you, and speak pleasantly, and look cheerful, take my word for it you may be well entertained in the very worst Italian Inn, and always in the most obliging manner, and may go from one end of the country to the other (despite all stories to the contrary) without any great trial of your patience anywhere.
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Mr. Swinton smiled an obliging assent.
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Here enter you all ladies of high birth, Delicious, stately, charming, full of mirth, Ingenious, lovely, miniard, proper, fair, Magnetic, graceful, splendid, pleasant, rare, Obliging, sprightly, virtuous, young, solacious, Kind, neat, quick, feat, bright, compt, ripe, choice, dear, precious.
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Much as I felt flattered by the supposition that I smoked (which was more than I could have done to save my life), I declined Mr. Cobbe's obliging offer and wished him good-night.
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Politeness also compelled me to follow her advice when she was so obliging as to offer it, and I lost, as a matter of course.
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And being most obliging, Bobby set out to find Timothy.
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Examples of Obliging

Example #1
And in the mean time get's him a very Beauish Suit, Wig, and Hat, and plants 'em at a Friends House; ready to put on in the Morning when he came thither.
Example #2
Upon which he resolv'd to suspend his Judgment till he had made a farther Trial.
Example #3
In fact, this family, at one time wealthy, but who had lost an immense patrimony in advances made to the Directory, never received any liquidation of these claims, which were confided to a man of great honesty, but too much disposed to justify the name given him.
Example #4
Each time I addressed a petition to the Emperor, I saw M. de Meneval, whom I begged to take charge of it.
Example #5
I feel myself again, and there's no more flattery for you-till you come back.
Example #6
It flatters you, and you like flattery.