It behoved me to have so notable a person of my party; and the rather as I had disobliged her impertinent brother.
If he will give up his lease, he may be disobliged from the rent and service.
Wyndham declined to serve under Hopton, who had "disobliged" him.
My own relations I had disobliged, by marrying the daughter of a tradesman.
They are ingenious and nimble, much addicted to indolence, obliging to strangers, but implacable when once disobliged.
I have nothing,—but to remain here and know that I have disobliged all those that love me.
Your most obliged and disobliged at these blank endings—what have I done?
The prelate told him the bishopric was but a very small one, and he could not hope for a better if he disobliged the court.
I had rather die than return to a dependancy upon relations I have disobliged.
So saying, he retreated, leaving his mistress not at all disobliged at his plain dealing.