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  • n. The act of disobliging.
  • n. A disobliging act; an offence.
  • n. Release from obligation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The act of disobliging.
  • n. A disobliging act; an offense.
  • n. Release from obligation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Freedom from obligation.
  • n. The act of disobliging; an act showing disregard of obligation, or unwillingness to oblige.


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  • I am not sorry for it: now will she not have any body to compare notes with: any body to alarm her: and I may be saved the guilt and disobligation of inspecting into a correspondence that has long made me uneasy.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • He demonstrated to her, -- that the disobligation to her Parents would be greater by going to a Monastery, since it was only to avoid a choice which they had made for her, and which she could not have so just a pretence to do till she had made one for her self.

    Incognita; or, Love and Duty Reconcil'd

  • She "receiv'd it rather as a favour than a disobligation.

    The Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield


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