unobliging


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Synonyms for unobliging

not accommodating

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He sounded unobliging towards Osama Ben Laden saying he's in no position to decide whether he was a terrorist or not.
There is yet another unobliging and confining demand made on him at home by the landlord, leading him to experience the feeling of impotency.
73 per cent of politicians in overall sample felt that the behaviour of unobliging administrators should be exposed in public.
There he observed: 'The sixteenth century is particularly unobliging in its relation to the calendar.
1986) (finding Alaska seller who shipped single purchase of frozen antlers to Virginia buyer at buyer's request not subject to jurisdiction in Virginia, because "if a party's slightest gesture of accommodation were to impose personal jurisdiction, commercial dealings would soon turn unobliging and brusque"), with Mesalic v.