Examples of obliging in a Sentence
An obliging passerby helped her with her packages.
an obliging concierge used her pull to get us reservations at the town's hottest restaurant
Recent Examples of obliging from the Web
Gilles, meanwhile, settles into the role of the obliging patriarch who’s hot or warm as needed.
Meanwhile, Apple's iTunes service remains a godawful mess and the company's obliging customers to buy external accessories (in the form of ear buds and dongles) takes some of the delight out of an iPhone purchase.
Any obliging picnic table along the way will offer the same incredible view.
These are surely disorienting times for Donald Trump, who has endured endless controversy over his steadfast commitment to more obliging relations with Vladimir Putin.
Rate setters were far more obliging just over a year ago, before the first rate increase in nearly a decade.
Because television, in its obliging way, is enabling us to work through some of our difficulties with regard to stuff.
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First Known Use of obliging
Synonym Discussion of obliging
- an amiable teacher not easily annoyed
- a good-natured girl who was always willing to pitch in
- our obliging innkeeper found us a bigger room
- was too complaisant to protest a decision he thought unfair
OBLIGING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of obliging for English Language Learners
: willing to help : helpful in a friendly way
OBLIGING Defined for Kids
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