But Bibi did not oblige: East Jerusalem will remain part of the undivided eternal capital of the state of Israel.
The Romney-Ryan ticket now seems to be all noblesse, no oblige.
Audiences seem to enjoy a good old-fashioned catfight and the new female faces of reality television seem quite happy to oblige.
What I would have given for the chance to oblige my boss on harried closing days with the fifth of rye I kept in my desk drawer!
This essential truth does not oblige those of us on the left to become uncritical free market fundamentalists.
If you will oblige me, sir,” I replied, “kindly speak about—one minute.
Merton, oblige me by saying nothing as to the alleged language about Doyle, will you?
The youthful shepherd did her every little service in his power, and Amarillis was pleased to see him so solicitous to oblige her.
The hundred was the cash advanced to oblige you, sir, as a gentleman.
Thus intending to oblige only a single man you have acquired the gratitude of many.
c.1300, "to bind by oath," from Old French obligier "engage one's faith, commit (oneself), pledge" (13c.), from Latin obligare "to bind, bind up, bandage," figuratively "put under obligation," from ob "to" (see ob-) + ligare "to bind," from PIE root *leig- "to bind" (see ligament). Main modern meaning "to make (someone) indebted by conferring a benefit or kindness" is from 1560s. Related: obliged; obliging.