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Obligatory insurance
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Obligatory insurance: State required insurance against physical and psychological damages
Oblige
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Oblige: To attach, as by a bond. [Obs.] He had obliged all the senators and magistrates firmly to himself. Bacon. To constrain by physical, moral, or legal force to put u
Obligee
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Obligee: The person to whom another is bound, or the person to whom a bond is given. Blackstone.
Obligement
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Obligement: Obligation. [R.] I will not resist, therefore, whatever it is, either of divine or human obligement, that you lay upon me. Milton.
Obliger
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Obliger: One who, or that which, obliges. Sir H. Wotton.
Obliging
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Obliging: Putting under obligation disposed to oblige or do favors hence, helpful civil kind. Mons.Strozzi has many curiosities, and is very obliging to a stranger who de
Obligingly
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Obligingly: In an obliging manner courteously helpfully
Obligor
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Obligor: The person who binds himself, or gives his bond to another. Blackstone.
Obliquation
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Obliquation: The act of becoming oblique a turning to one side obliquity as, the obliquation of the eyes. [R.] Sir T. Browne. Deviation from moral rectitude. [R.]
Oblique
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Oblique: To deviate from a perpendicular line to move in an oblique direction. Projecting his person towards it in a line which obliqued from the bottom of his spine. Sir
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