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obligation
used in Gone with the Wind

8 uses
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Definition a duty
  • Scarlett knew their souls were writhing in helpless rage at being under obligations to their Yankee overseer.
    3.29 (50% in)
  • Well, you've got him where you want him now, poor devil, as shackled to you by obligations as any of your convicts are by their chains.
    4.43 (86% in)
  • And they must be under obligation to them.
    4.46 (30% in)
  • And to be under obligation to that Butler man!
    4.46 (49% in)
  • And he knows we'll all be under obligation to him and his—mistress and that we'd almost rather be hanged than be obliged to them.
    4.46 (58% in)
  • Proud to be under obligation to you.
    4.46 (99% in)
  • Now, Hugh Elsing, Rene, the Simmons boys, Andy Bonnell and the others found him pleasant, diffident about putting himself forward and embarrassed when they spoke of the obligation they owed him.
    5.52 (50% in)
  • Life's under no obligation to give us what we expect.
    5.53 (63% in)

There are no more uses of "obligation" in Gone with the Wind.

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