Disobliging

Antonyms of DISOBLIGING

Examples of usage:

  1. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. "Cowper" by Goldwin Smith
  2. She did not appreciate how bored she was, how impatient to be back with Dory, the never monotonous, the always interesting, until she discovered that Janet, with her usual subtlety, had arranged for them to stay another week, had made it impossible for her to refuse without seeming to be disobliging and even downright rude. "The Second Generation" by David Graham Phillips
  3. " And now he is so disobliging," drawled Kara. "The Clue of the Twisted Candle" by Edgar Wallace
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