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oblige
used in A Tale of Two Cities

7 uses
  • But, invested for the moment with extraordinary power, he raised himself completely: obliging me to rise too, or I could not have still supported him.
    3.10 — The Substance of the Shadow (55% in)
  • "I am obliged to them for their interest in the matter," he answered, a little coldly as to them, though very warmly as to the Doctor.
    2.10 — Two Promises (24% in)
  • "It should be very beneficial to a man in your practice at the bar, to be ashamed of anything," returned Sydney; "you ought to be much obliged to me."
    2.11 — A Companion Picture (41% in)
  • And I am really very much obliged to you for allowing me to sound you, and for giving me your advice; you know the young lady better than I do; you were right, it never would have done.
    2.12 — The Fellow of Delicacy (96% in)
  • "'We were so robbed by that man who stands there, as all we common dogs are by those superior Beings—taxed by him without mercy, obliged to work for him without pay, obliged to grind our corn at his mill, obliged to feed scores of his tame birds on our wretched crops, and forbidden for our lives to keep a single tame bird of our own, pillaged and plundered to that degree that when we chanced to have a bit of meat, we ate it in fear, with the door barred and the shutters closed, that...
    3.10 — The Substance of the Shadow (41% in)
  • "'We were so robbed by that man who stands there, as all we common dogs are by those superior Beings—taxed by him without mercy, obliged to work for him without pay, obliged to grind our corn at his mill, obliged to feed scores of his tame birds on our wretched crops, and forbidden for our lives to keep a single tame bird of our own, pillaged and plundered to that degree that when we chanced to have a bit of meat, we ate it in fear, with the door barred and the shutters closed, that...
    3.10 — The Substance of the Shadow (41% in)
  • "'We were so robbed by that man who stands there, as all we common dogs are by those superior Beings—taxed by him without mercy, obliged to work for him without pay, obliged to grind our corn at his mill, obliged to feed scores of his tame birds on our wretched crops, and forbidden for our lives to keep a single tame bird of our own, pillaged and plundered to that degree that when we chanced to have a bit of meat, we ate it in fear, with the door barred and the shutters closed, that...
    3.10 — The Substance of the Shadow (41% in)

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