Definition of obligingness in English:

obligingness

noun

See obliging

  • ‘The halfway war starts out as a battle that is not, in the first flush of romance, recognised as the beginning of a war at all: it starts out as the battle of obligingness.’
  • ‘From the first moment he interested me, especially for his obligingness and for his knowledge of local conditions.’
  • ‘The second trump is the kindness and obligingness of the staff.’
  • ‘Cari’s warming obligingness made me feel very much at home from the first day!’

Pronunciation

obligingness

/əˈblʌɪdʒɪŋnəs/