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obliging

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobligingo‧blig‧ing /əˈblaɪdʒɪŋ/ adjective  HELPwilling and eager to help The shop assistant was very obliging.obligingly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
obligingThe shop assistants were very obliging, and brought me at least fifteen pairs of shoes to try on.They were not as obliging as she was about disappearing before the weekly workshop.She waited, fatally near to the racks of wine, while an obliging boy shaved the slices from a fresh side.Also, and much to the point, it was farmed by the same obliging farmer, Mr Healey.Philip was being obliging, feeling that yesterday he had not been.an obliging landlordSo my predecessors said we must face the sad business of obliging people to return home.It is a great shame that such a showy and obliging plant does not seem to be sold by any nursery today.
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