disobligingly

disoblige

[dis-uh-blahyj]
verb (used with object), disobliged, disobliging.
1.
to refuse or neglect to oblige; act contrary to the desire or convenience of; fail to accommodate.
2.
to give offense to; affront: to be disobliged by a tactless remark.
3.
to cause inconvenience to; incommode: to be disobliged by an uninvited guest.

Origin:
1595–1605; < Middle French desobliger, equivalent to des- dis-1 + obliger to oblige

disobligingly, adverb
disobligingness, noun
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disoblige (ˌdɪsəˈblaɪdʒ)
 
vb
1.  to disregard the desires of
2.  to slight; insult
3.  informal to cause trouble or inconvenience to
 
diso'bliging
 
adj
 
diso'bligingly
 
adv
 
diso'bligingness
 
n

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