Disoblige Definition

dĭsə-blīj
disobliged, disobliges, disobliging
verb
disobliged, disobliging
To refuse to oblige or do a favor for.
Webster's New World
To slight; offend.
Webster's New World
To inconvenience; incommode.
Webster's New World
To give offense to; affront.
American Heritage

(UK) Not to oblige; to disappoint, to inconvenience, not to cooperate.

Sorry to disoblige everybody; I know you were depending on me to bring a good weather forecast for our fête, but it is going to rain.
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Origin of Disoblige

  • From French désobliger

    From Wiktionary

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