To better see all uses of the word
obliging
in
Nicholas Nickleby
please enable javascript.

obliging
Used In
Nicholas Nickleby
Go to Book Vocabulary
Go to Word Detail
  • You don’t mind obliging me?’
  • The latter gentleman was obliging enough to direct general attention towards her.
  • ’This, then, my lord,’ said Sir Mulberry, ’is the lady to whose obliging marriage we owe so much happiness.
  • Thanking Mr Vincent Crummles for his obliging offer, Nicholas jumped out, and, giving Smike his arm, accompanied the manager up High Street on their way to the theatre; feeling nervous and uncomfortable enough at the prospect of an immediate introduction to a scene so new to him.
  • …and congratulation, and indignation, that the remainder of the family were soon awakened, and Smike received a warm and cordial welcome, not only from Kate, but from Mrs Nickleby also, who assured him of her future favour and regard, and was so obliging as to relate, for his entertainment and that of the assembled circle, a most remarkable account extracted from some work the name of which she had never known, of a miraculous escape from some prison, but what one she couldn’t remember,…
  • …she did seem, as Mrs Browdie expressed it, ’rather high in her notions,’ still nothing could be kinder, and that she took considerable interest in the young couple was manifest from the very long lectures on housewifery with which she was so obliging as to entertain Mrs Browdie’s private ear, which were illustrated by various references to the domestic economy of the cottage, in which (those duties falling exclusively upon Kate) the good lady had about as much share, either in theory…

  • There are no more uses of "obliging" in the book.


    Show samples from other sources
  • He escorted his mother in an obliging manner.
  • At this point I played a somewhat underhanded trick on this obliging fellow.
    Farley Mowat  --  Never Cry Wolf

  • Go to more samples
Go to Book Vocabulary
verbalworkout.com . . . enhancing vocabulary while reading