We were reconnoitring when we met your party, Major, and you obligingly asked us to 'close up.'
"I was the—the——" she paused for a word and Walter obligingly supplied it.
The salmon, however, obligingly kept to the pool, once in a while making a mad leap into the air and shaking himself.
With the last word he obligingly imitated the sound of the cough.
It looks as if it would so obligingly yield to the need either of condensation or expansion.
He obligingly broke it, emptied the cylinders and explained how it was fired.
The ghost had simply led them to an abandoned limestone quarry, and he had obligingly fallen in!
The gentleman answered as obligingly as before; and as to the house, acquainted him it was his own.
For this reason he kept the baby, obligingly named it Opal, and brought it up in his own religious beliefs.
And she obligingly answered each one: "Have no fear, I will do it!"