disoblige[dis′ə blīj′, -ō blīj′]
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transitive verb dis·o·bliged, dis·o·blig·ing, dis·o·blig·es
- To refuse or neglect to act in accord with the wishes of.
- To inconvenience.
- To give offense to; affront.
- disˌo·bligˈing·ly adverb