disobliging

[ UK /dˌɪsəblˈa‍ɪd‍ʒɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. intentionally unaccommodating
    the action was not offensive to him but proved somewhat disobliging
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How To Use disobliging In A Sentence

  • But everyone agrees that the banks are still being disobliging. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is true that the Labour party that now presses this case once rigged the NHS rules in favour of private providers, and also that Mr Clegg, who is now charged with seeing to it that it prevails, has said disobliging things about the health service in the past. Health service: the concession that counts
  • Famously, Connolly is protected by one of the most disobliging management teams in show business, a company with an answerphone message that might as well be the single word ‘No‘.
  • Don't forget, we had to request these documents through the disobliging chief auditor.
  • T bank of colorado how downstage or devalued manhunt is in clenched http if his actinozoa peruvian in a disobliging zeppo of galega and venturous. Rational Review
  • Asked in Europe for her name at airport immigration, for instance, she was fiercely disobliging.
  • Reasonable people will view that as disobliging at worst. Times, Sunday Times
  • She takes hold of my hand, and having rolled up her own petticoats, forced it half strivingly towards those parts, where, now grown more knowing, I missed the main object of my wishes; and finding not even the shadow of what I wanted, where every thing was so flat, or so hollow, in the vexation I was in at it, I should have withdrawn my hand but for fear of disobliging her. Memoirs of Fanny Hill.
  • Sorry to be so disobliging , but I have no money to lend you.
  • She added: 'We are never personally horrible but often we say disobliging things about the food. The Sun
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