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How to use disoblige in a sentence

Not caring to disoblige him, he then, without speaking, slowly and unwillingly moved forwards.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
It was with him a fixed principle never to disoblige a customer, and he saw that he was disobliging at least half a dozen.
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, AUGUST, 1885VARIOUS
She had not bargained to entertain a party of four; yet she dared not disoblige the Petit Courier Illustré.
IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTHAMELIA ANN BLANDFORD EDWARDS
Frey wanted to marry her, and to disoblige him would be at their peril.
FREY AND HIS WIFEMAURICE HENRY HEWLETT
Do, that's a good Boy; and I won't disoblige him this two days.
THE FEMALE WITSANONYMOUS
The old man, he set everything by Ben; he would disoblige his own boys any day to please him.
DEEPHAVEN AND SELECTED STORIES & SKETCHESSARAH ORNE JEWETT
You will surely remain a few days, seor; it would disoblige me if you answered by a refusal.
THE QUEEN OF THE SAVANNAHGUSTAVE AIMARD
I forgot to tell you that Mr. Harley asked me yesterday how he came to disoblige the Archbishop of Dublin.
THE JOURNAL TO STELLAJONATHAN SWIFT
He has engaged me to dine with him again to-morrow, though I did all I could to put it off; but I don't care to disoblige him.
THE JOURNAL TO STELLAJONATHAN SWIFT
It is a strange sort of a vagary you have taken, to stand in your own light, and disoblige all your friends.
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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