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Synonyms for obligate

to be morally bound to do

to cause (a person or thing) to act or move in spite of resistance

Synonyms for obligate

commit in order to fulfill an obligation

bind by an obligation

restricted to a particular condition of life

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This new policy WILL be similar in practice to early action, allowing students to apply early to a school, but not obligate them to attend, thus remaining open to better offers.
The upgrade of the $70,675,000 Series 2001A and 2001B bonds reflects the good quality of the Phase I power purchasers, and the commercial operation of the Phase I wind facility, which effectively obligates the Phase I power purchasers to pay, on a monthly basis, their respective shares of project costs, whether or not the project is operating or capable of operating.
Each of MGAG's 71 participants has entered into a contract specific to the project that obligates it to repay a proportionate share of all related costs.