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Oblational
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Oblational: Pertaining to the offering of a sacrifice charitable
Oblationer
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Oblationer: One who makes an offering as an act worship or reverence. Dr. H. More.
Oblatrate
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Oblatrate: To bark or snarl, as a dog. [Obs.]
Oblatration
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Oblatration: The act of oblatrating a barking or snarling. Bp. Hall.
Oblatum
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Oblatum: An oblate spheroid a figure described by the revolution of an ellipse about its minor axis. Cf. Oblongum.
Oblectate
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Oblectate: To delight to please greatly. [Obs.]
Oblectation
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Oblectation: The act of pleasing highly the state of being greatly pleased delight. [R.] Feltham.
Obligable
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Obligable: Acknowledging, or complying with, obligation trustworthy. [R.] The main difference between people seems to be, that one man can come under obligations on which
Obligant
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Obligant: One who is committed one who is indebted
Obligate
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Obligate: To bring or place under obligation, moral or legal to hold by a constraining motive. "Obligated by a sense of duty." Proudfit. Thats your true plan to obligate
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