Definition of in obedience to in English:

in obedience to

In accordance with: he was acting in obedience to his conscience
More example sentences
  • Australia assumes a comprehensive jurisdiction over its own ships in obedience to, or at least in conformity with, the general body of international law, which is codified in that Convention.
  • Your Honour, in obedience to requests made to me informally by the Registrar, I invite your Honour to certify for counsel.
  • ‘This is a significant step forward and continues a process which could well change the face of English Christianity - which would be in obedience to God's gift and calling,’ he said.
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