oblige

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oblige

verb
\ ə-ˈblīj \
obliged; obliging
1 to constrain by physical, moral, or legal force or by the exigencies of circumstance
2a to put in one’s debt by a favor or service
2b to do a favor for
3 to do something as or as if as a favor

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Mark did not feel obliged to hang around any longer while his parents argued, so he went out.

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