obligingly

[ UK /əblˈa‍ɪd‍ʒɪŋli/ ]
[ US /əˈbɫaɪdʒɪŋɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in accommodation
    obligingly, he lowered his voice
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How To Use obligingly In A Sentence

  • A grass snake swimming obligingly from island to bank in full view of watchers.
  • Joe ordered two packs of baloney from the store with the intention that we could save big money and use some for lunchmeat, so earlier this week I obligingly made myself a sandwich to take to work.
  • Lon tucked his Padawan braid safely behind his ear and obligingly picked up the giggling infant.
  • Kit Rackrent, has lived beyond his income, and finds himself distressed for ready money, tenants obligingly offer to take his land at a rent far below the value, and to pay him a small sum of money in hand, which they call fining down the yearly rent. Tales and Novels — Volume 04
  • The name caused a lot of bemusement, but over the course of his life Dryfess obligingly chose to respond to several different variations of it.
  • “My back itches, Spiller,” Galan said, and Spiller took off the bandage and poulticed the wound with foul-smelling liniment, and obligingly scratched up and down his spine. Wildfire
  • He touched a marker for a dense neutron star at the conflux of several lines, and it flashed obligingly. Star Trek The Next Generation®
  • She went after me on a few occasions for using a nom-de-plume; I would obligingly uncloak, but it never made a difference. Archive 2006-03-01
  • Animals don't come off assembly lines, nor do they obligingly stand around broadside while the hunter finds a solid rest and manipulates the power ring.
  • Ritchie obligingly came up with the idea of casting the US superstar as an Irish bare-knuckle gypsy boxer.
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