Definition of disobliging in English:
Deliberately unhelpful; uncooperative.
- Consigned by a disobliging fate to the era of Gladstone and Guizot, he has far less in common with those worthies than with Rafael Trujillo and with Papa Doc.
- Some like feisty, noisy, slightly aggressive animals but others, like me, prefer inert but cheerfully disobliging ones.
- Famously, Connolly is protected by one of the most disobliging management teams in show business, a company with an answerphone message that might as well be the single word ‘No‘.
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