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Obligate   /ˈɑbləgˌeɪt/   Listen
Obligate

adjective
1.
Restricted to a particular condition of life.



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"Obligate" Quotes from Famous Books



... Kent's mouth was set and determined. "I give you my word of honor that all Rochester's honest debts will be paid by the firm if necessary; I will obligate myself to that extent," he paused. "As for you fellows," turning to Harding and Taylor who had also risen. "Give ...
— The Red Seal • Natalie Sumner Lincoln

... mail the coupon and let me send you the big, free Coyne book of 150 photographs ... facts ... jobs ... salaries ... opportunities. Tells you how many earn expenses while training and how we assist our graduates in the field. This does not obligate you. So act at once. ...
— Astounding Stories of Super-Science February 1930 • Various

... 85. No money shall be expended, nor shall the State obligate itself, except as authorized ...
— The Constitution of Japan, 1946 • Japan

... blame. It had prescribed a form of municipal organization which was scarcely compatible with an efficient and responsible management of financial matters. Moreover, the state government, as we have seen, could empower its own agents to borrow money for a purpose which it had authorized and obligate the city to pay it. The effort to correct these evils, first noticeable about the year 1870, took the form of constitutional provisions limiting the amount of indebtedness which could be incurred by or on behalf ...
— The Spirit of American Government - A Study Of The Constitution: Its Origin, Influence And - Relation To Democracy • J. Allen Smith



Words linked to "Obligate" :   impose, induce, obligation, act, make, condemn, facultative, article, force, shame, biological science, indenture, squeeze, apply, entrust, have, tie down, commit, pressure, biology, get, move, stimulate, compel, coerce, intrust, indent, cause, hale, thrust, enforce, pledge, confide, obligate anaerobe, relate, clamor, implement, bind, walk, trust



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