Oh, don’t be so solemn about it, or I shall be obliged to leave a card on you.
I am so sorry but I am obliged to.
He always seems to think that he is addressing the House, and consequently whenever he discusses the state of the agricultural labourer, or the Welsh Church, or something quite improper of that kind, I am obliged to send all the servants out of the room.
] I have been obliged for the present to put Lord Goring into a class quite by himself.
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He obliged her by listening attentively.
They looked at me expectantly and I was obliged to comment.