disobliging

Part of speech: adverb

Disobligingly.

Part of speech: adjective

Not disposed to oblige; unaccommodating.

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Usage examples "disobliging":

  1. The servants declared the old man was too disobliging himself to deserve help and the white people seemed to have forgotten him. - "The Comings of Cousin Ann", Emma Speed Sampson.
  2. Please don't think me hateful and disobliging, but I don't wish to talk of myself. - "Grace Harlowe's Second Year at Overton College", Jessie Graham Flower.
  3. " Indeed, I do not want to be disobliging," she said, interpreting her mother's anxious gestures to mean that she was wanting in civility; " it is very kind in you, Miss Wellwood, but this has been a very trying day, and I am sure I can give no pleasure to anybody, so if I might only be let off." - "The Clever Woman of the Family", Charlotte M. Yonge.