Tommie was regarded among all who knew him as a very decent and obliging man.
He was the salt of the earth, a man who was very obliging and very quiet.
The enemy is being very obliging by saving them the journey and coming to them now.
Of course you could borrow one from an obliging neighbour, but they are then in the same precarious position.
Gerard was described this week as a lovely, obliging man.
However, the pleasant and obliging staff willingly produced a jug of hot water.
So, an obliging booking clerk spent ages delving through timetables and suggested she go via Sheffield and Leicester, at a cost of £46.
By the age of five her mother was happy to hand over the little girl's care whenever she could to an obliging friend.
Some boredom existed, as in the Army during the war: and you needed luck and the obliging help of friendly men who could cover up your minor failures just as you covered up theirs.
I have had my back waxed once before, in an experimental fashion, by an obliging female friend.