Obliging in a sentence as an adjective

Right on cue, the media is obliging him

What would be gained from obliging ARM processors to have the same external signals as x86's?

Netflix doesn't deserve respect for obliging the movie industry in pushing DRM to the Web.

Am I the obliging who dislikes giving this jackass notoriety?

It all is about obliging the insanity of movie publishers.

For a billionaire fiscal conservative who will finance his own campaign, the NYC Republicans will be obliging.

That's why services like GOG are really positive game changers, while others like Netflix are making things only worse by obliging DRM sick publishers.

When in other parts of the world they are planning or already have laws obliging carriers to provide call forwarding to your new number after you switch away.

The customers who joined before Facebook took over signed a completely different set of ToS. Again, there is nothing obliging them legally to grandfather these customers, but it's not a nice thing to do "Thanks for the ToS. Btw, Facebook took over, so good luck!

A simple thought - there's no value of your equity.. So, do not make the mistake of thinking that you're obliging the techie by offering him/her a considerable stake in your idea/company...

It does irritate me that the Sun JVMs do not offer any flag to specify the heap size along the lines of "limited only by the environment" rather than obliging an upper limit to be specified.

> obliging taxis to take you anywhere within the city limits> must take an extensive test requiring memorisation of virtually every streetBoth of these could be things the bigger taxi companies already did willingly, but then pushed for legislation when competing upstarts began undercutting them by offering service only to high traffic routes.

Obliging definitions


showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for others; "to close one's eyes like a complaisant husband whose wife has taken a lover"; "the obliging waiter was in no hurry for us to leave"

See also: complaisant