obliging

o*bli"ging

(*bl"jng), a. Putting under obligation; disposed to oblige or do favors; hence, helpful; civil; kind.
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Mons. Strozzi has many curiosities, and is very obliging to a stranger who desires the sight of them.
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Syn. -- Civil; complaisant; courteous; kind, -- Obliging, Kind, Complaisant. One is kind who desires to see others happy; one is complaisant who endeavors to make them so in social intercourse by attentions calculated to please; one who is obliging performs some actual service, or has the disposition to do so.
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-- O*bli"ging*ly. adv. -- O*bli"ging*ness, n.
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