disoblige[ dis-uh-blahyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF disoblige
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISOBLIGE
He that can oblige, may disoblige—Happy for some people not to have it in their power to offend!
D'Artagnan saw that he should disoblige him by again interfering.
I have nothing to say which my brother should not hear; my brother will disoblige me by withdrawing.
"I am sorry to disoblige," said George, lifting his shoulders.
And then another man's weakness may disoblige me and discharge me from my duty.
Frey wanted to marry her, and to disoblige him would be at their peril.
I am sure we have none of us done anything to disoblige him.
Sorry to disoblige you, Mr. Oliphant, but it would never do.
I have no wish to touch you on a sensitive spot, or disoblige you in any way, and I will prove it.
If you disoblige him he may resent your refusal, and insist upon the contract still.