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unobliging

Syllabification: un·o·blig·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈblījiNG
 
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Definition of unobliging in English:

adjective

Not helpful or cooperative.
Example sentences
  • Amar and his friends tried their best to turn the area into a dance floor, inviting an unobliging audience with some neat hip-hop moves.
  • Not only that: he is an unobliging historian, being thin on context and causes.
  • The Epidamnians in 435 asked Delphi whether they should transfer their allegiance from their unobliging mother-city Corcyra to Corcyra's own mother-city Corinth.

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