Ready to do favors for others; accommodating.(adjective)
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Use "obliging" in a sentence
"I answered this worthy man, and told him my sister's reserve, as to her husband's treatment of her: he praised her prudence, and added, "your father had two motives in obliging her to marry the Count; he was disappointed in both, for he was no stranger to her situation before he died.""
"He was what they called "obliging" -- a man who instinctively did the thing which he saw would help another, no matter how trivial or homely it was."
"Love such as his, in a man like himself, must with perseverance secure a return, and at no great distance; and he had so much delight in the idea of obliging her to love him in a very short time, that her not loving him now was scarcely regretted."