- He had been rather a nuisance all through the tennis, for the novel that he was reading was so bad that he was obliged to read it aloud to others.Chapter 15 (69% in)
- He was obliged to sit next to Mr. Emerson, but he would not speak to him.Chapter 6 (48% in)
- We are obliged to become vaguely poetic, or to take refuge in Scriptural reminiscences.Chapter 8 (40% in)
- Freddy and Mr. Floyd were obliged to hunt for a lost ball in the laurels, but the other two acquiesced.Chapter 15 (70% in)
There are no more uses of "oblige" in A Room With A View.
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