I forgot to tell you that Mr. Harley asked me yesterday how he came to disoblige the Archbishop of Dublin.
He that can oblige, may disoblige—Happy for some people not to have it in their power to offend!
Groundless doubts will not disoblige you from your duty; else men might free themselves from almost all their obedience.
I have nothing to say which my brother should not hear; my brother will disoblige me by withdrawing.
To inconvenience and disoblige so large a constituency as this may naturally produce some effect.
I am sure we have none of us done anything to disoblige him.
He must study for occasions of procrastination, and to disoblige me, if now any thing happens to set us at variance again.
He could not disoblige his neighbours by sending them no venison.'
Sorry to disoblige you, Mr. Oliphant, but it would never do.
Do not disoblige me, my master, or I should deny it—I would give you the lie, sir—my modesty is so touchy.