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What is another word for obliging?

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Adjective
Happy and ready to do favors for others
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“You needed luck and the obliging help of friendly men who could cover up your minor failures just as you covered up theirs.”
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Marked by charm, confidence and elegance
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Characterized by obedience, subservience, or readiness to accept instruction or direction
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Willing to divulge information
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In relation to
Verb
Present participle for to compel someone by legal, moral, or physical means to do something
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“The Tribune caused him to be carried into the Citadel, and ordered he should be scourged to oblige him to confess what it was that made them clamor against him in that manner.”
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Present participle for to do a favor, or show beneficence toward
“The institution seeks to accommodate you but does not have the financial means to oblige your request.”
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Present participle for to be a reason or motivation for a course of action
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“What would oblige him to lend himself to the enquiry at all?”
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Present participle for to have as a requirement or necessity
“The Venetians thought that Essex might attempt to interpose his army between the king at Gloucester and the queen at Oxford, but that would oblige him to stay in the Cotswold Hills where Rupert's cavalry should have reigned supreme.”
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Present participle for to bring about (something) by the use of force or pressure
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Present participle for to treat with great care, attention or indulgence
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Present participle for to make happy or give pleasure to
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Present participle for to help or give aid to
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Present participle for to assist or be willing to assist in the work or affairs of others
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Present participle for to humor, tolerate, or go along with the wishes or whims of someone
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Present participle for to pledge or enter into a contract to do something
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Present participle for to do something that one regards as below one's dignity or level of importance
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Present participle for to supply (to someone)
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Present participle for to accord someone with an opportunity
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