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According to Segal, if the coming vaccine is not free, the law does not obligate employers to pay for the cost of a mandatory shot.

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Because of that, I was wondering if in fact I was obligated by etiquette to acknowledge the "reach out."

The city is obligated to make room for 5,000 homes at different levels of affordability, based on state housing policy.

An extension through May would allow Sanchez to avoid repeatedly seeking approval for restrictions as he was obligated to do during during Spain’s lockdown earlier this year.

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Once Pendergraft was certified, she was obligated to work at least 20 hours a week.

Starting in 1966, Korean movie theaters were obligated to show at least six domestic films for more than 90 days.

Are the stars of Mockingjay obligated to speak out in their defense?

I feel obligated to sneak in a Never Been Kissed question because I love that movie.

“The Palestinians under Oslo are obligated to do everything they can,” he said.

“But he was not obligated to do that by the resolution itself,” McFaul said.

And if workmen had been employed thereon, the bailor would also be obligated to pay for their labor.

I have obligated them to put the best quality of iron, and to be delivered at Falmouth within four months.

Each organization obligated itself to exercise "police authority" over its constituents, enforcing obedience to the agreement.

This last obligated the director to see that the girls rested for a time after the noon-day meal.

Harleston had walked a block before he recollected that he was obligated to Ranleigh to go in a taxi.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to obligated, such as: compelled, duty-bound, enslaved, indebted, obliged, and committed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.