obey[ oh-bey ]SEE DEFINITION OF obey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OBEY
Your mother shall not see you; nor will I. Prepare however to obey.
In a pinch they would obey you nearly as well as they obey me.
Dearest Madam, forgive me: it was always my pride and my pleasure to obey you.
All things are bound to obey Him, He is not bound to obey any.
"I obey directions," he said, bowing respectfully to Mr. Roberts.
In every case of a conflict of authority, we must "obey God rather than men."
OBEY them by cheerfully and promptly doing their will, even when it is not to our liking.
In order to hallow God's name, we must not only hear but obey His Word.
But at present I cannot regain my old self, I can only obey my impulses.
Grandfather has not killed himself, but has asked my forgiveness and has promised to obey me.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OBEY
- be submissive
- eat crow
- give away
- give ground
- give in
- give way
- go with the flow
- grin and bear it
- knuckle under
- lay down arms
- put up with
- resign oneself
- say uncle
- throw in the towel
- toe the line