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obliging (comparative more obliging, superlative most obliging)

  1. Happy and ready to do favours for others.

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obliging

  1. present participle of oblige

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obliging (plural obligings)

  1. The imposition of an obligation.
    • 1840, Alexander MacDonald, Summary of the Catholic Religion
      Many were the finings, and excommunications, and the obligings to do penances, that took place at this time.