Obliged in a sentence

Definition of Obliged

Under an obligation to do something for someone. | Indebted because of a favor done. | simple past tense and past participle of oblige

How to use Obliged in a Sentence?

  • And so she was obliged to stay where she was.
  • Much obliged for the breakfast.
  • She was obliged to laugh.
  • I was obliged to go out.
  • The servants are not obliged to be present.

Short Example Sentence for Obliged

  • This we were obliged to do ourselves.
  • I am obliged to you all the same.
  • I am obliged to do so.
  • But he was obliged to bear it.
  • He was obliged to explain.
  • But he was obliged to imitate her.
  • I was not obliged to marry him.
  • We are obliged to say that he did not.
  • Some of them we were obliged to decline.
  • I will be obliged to you to speak to him about it.
  • I am infinitely obliged to you.
  • They had been obliged to learn.
  • She will be very much obliged to you.
  • I am greatly obliged to you.
  • She was obliged to stop.
  • We are deucedly obliged to you.
  • I was obliged to cut him down.
  • Esther will be so much obliged to you.
  • I was much obliged to them.
  • I am obliged to you for that also.
  • I am heartily obliged to you.
  • They are obliged to win out.
  • All this he was obliged to yield.
  • Am particularly obliged to you!
  • I am much obliged to you.
  • Just as much obliged to you.
  • Very much obliged to you.
  • Then she was obliged to laugh again.
  • They both were obliged to think of it.
  • She had been obliged to decline.
  • Garth was obliged to be content.
  • Once she was obliged to stop.
  • We were obliged to tie him below.
  • Yet he is obliged to come.
  • The tanners are obliged to you.

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