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oblige
used in Anne Of Green Gables

7 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
I obliged her every request.
Definition
grant a favor to someone
  • Gilbert obligingly rowed to the landing and Anne, disdaining assistance, sprang nimbly on shore.
    Chapter 28 — An Unfortunate Lily Maid (66% in)

There are no more uses of "oblige" flagged with this meaning in Anne Of Green Gables.

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  • "I'm very much obliged to you," she said haughtily as she turned away.
    Chapter 28 — An Unfortunate Lily Maid (67% in)
  • "I'd do anything to oblige you.
    Chapter 7 — Anne Says Her Prayers (41% in)
  • "I suppose I could do it to oblige you," said Anne thoughtfully.
    Chapter 10 — Anne's Apology (25% in)
  • Oh, I'm so much obliged to you."
    Chapter 13 — The Delights of Anticipation (27% in)
  • It was three o'clock when Matthew came with a doctor, for he had been obliged to go all the way to Spencervale for one.
    Chapter 18 — Anne to the Rescue (55% in)
  • "Well now, I'm much obliged," said Matthew, "and—and—I dunno—but I'd like—I think they make the sleeves different nowadays to what they used to be.
    Chapter 25 — Matthew Insists on Puffed Sleeves (43% in)

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