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Spell check of oblige

Correct spelling: oblige

Synonyms:
give, concur, dragoon, keep, cause, assist, command, get behind, guard, favor, stick to, suit, curb, defy, dictate, agree, attach, reserve, force, throw, coerce, deem, hold back, drive, engage, entertain, guide, maintain, defend, bulldoze, check, withstand, nag, fasten, support, pressure, necessitate, secure, make, retain, impel, bear, have got, drag into, take for, push, attack, urge, foment, fix, tie up, go for, mandate, constrain, accommodate, intimidate, halt, arrest, truss, conciliate, obtain, prevail, goad, demand, hijack, book, view as, spark, apply, hold, tie down, adjudge, threaten, hold in, incite, stimulate, fit, confine, require, blackjack, compel, muscle, galvanize, take hold, serve, carry, moderate, bond, bandage, bind, help, hold up, propel, press, benefit, constipate, control, admit, adapt, concord, lodge, daunt, harbour, indulge, motivate, browbeat, tie, help out, get through, stick, restrict, restrain, hold fast, have, obligate, keep back, aid, sustain, fetter, pester, contribute, stress, badger, shackle, declare, adhere, bully, need, reconcile, contain, sandbag, take, harbor, impress, nurse.

Antonyms:
encumber, constrain, bother, inconvenience, argue, convince, let down, disappoint, induce, weigh, satisfy, set free, sabotage, move, obstruct, disoblige, desert, hinder, untie, restrain, disturb, hold back, frustrate, unfasten, allow, burden, unbind, impede, incommode, trouble, loose, thwart, permit, talk, unloose, fail, hobble, let, free, hamstring, persuade, discommode, saddle, win, hamper, prevail, oppose.

Examples of usage:

1) Edward, you will oblige me by leaving my house instantly! - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) You will oblige me if you will step over to the quarters of the old lady you spoke of, and inform her that there is a new master at The Locks, and that he has taken possession. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) In short, we desire to live under such laws, as will oblige our husbands to treat us with decent respect, so long as our good conduct merits it, and then will they be made to feel a decent regard for us as their companions and partners, whom the laws protect from their abuse. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

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