Thesaurus / obligingly
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The Caterpillar has obligingly lived till just the time when the Microgasters worms are ready to come out.

Insect AdventuresJ. Henri Fabre

Therefore he obligingly stopped whenever he met a policeman, and allowed himself to be scratched behind the ear.

Norse Tales and SketchesAlexander Lange Kielland

Doctor Farmer has obligingly exhausted all his learning to prove that Shakspeare had none.

"Why, the long and short of it is this," replied Bonaparte, obligingly.

When a Cobbler Ruled a KingAugusta Huiell Seaman

The latter most obligingly gave us some food at a Restaurant.

The car was obligingly drawn up at a curb, and Amory ran for the boardwalk.

This Side of ParadiseF. Scott Fitzgerald

He obligingly held up an ear, and she leaned down and spoke rapidly, earnestly into it.

Anderson Crow, DetectiveGeorge Barr McCutcheon

You first beg me to scold you, and then are offended because I obligingly comply with your request.

All day long Gervaise moved in the midst of that poverty which he so obligingly spread out.

L'AssommoirEmile Zola

It was a glow-worm, who obligingly offered to light the way for them.

The QuestFrederik van Eeden

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