When I had complied, he said, "Ah!" and afterwards "Yes!"
She became so fantastically and pressingly earnest in her entreaties that we would walk up and see her apartment for an instant, and was so bent, in her harmless way, on leading me in, as part of the good omen she desired, that I (whatever the others might do) saw nothing for it but to comply.
Not to be behindhand in the sociality of the evening, he complies and gives them "Believe Me, if All Those Endearing Young Charms."
Mademoiselle complies, saying in a concentrated voice while that something in her cheek beats fast and hard, "You are a devil."
Vainly endeavouring to moisten those dry lips, with a painful sound she struggles with herself and complies.
So strongly entreated, Mr. Bucket complies, puts his own hat on, and conducts his prize into the streets, the trooper marching on as steadily as usual, though with his head less erect, and Mr. Bucket steering him with his elbow over the crossings and up the turnings.
There are no more uses of "compliance" in the book.