To refuse or neglect to act in accord with the wishes of.(verb-transitive)
To give offense to; affront.(verb-transitive)
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Use "disoblige" in a sentence
"On the other hand, Talleyrand was a dangerous man to disoblige."
"We are to leave early in the morning, to catch as much as we can of the short winter daylight, and I have to be ready and waiting in the stable yard so as not to disoblige my new family and my silent husband-to-be."
"Innocence; for we had never study'd the Documents of Complaisance, nor knew we how to flatter any Body's Fancy, and disoblige our own."