Definition of Obligers
1. Noun. (plural of obliger) ¹
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Definition of Obligers
1. obliger [n] - See also: obliger
Lexicographical Neighbors of Obligers
Literary usage of Obligers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Opinions of Eminent Lawyers, on Various Points of English Jurisprudence by George Chalmers (1814)
"... may order the bonds to be cancelled, since the obligers have done all that they possibly could towards the performance of the condition of them. (5. ..."
2. Outline of Roman History from Romulus to Justinian (including Translations by David Nasmith, Gaius (1890)
"Two or more persons may stipulate, and two or more may become obligers. ... Two or more become obligers if, after they have been thus interrogated, ..."
3. The New-York Legal Observer by Samuel Owen (1854)
"would be brought to charge the sheriff for alleged defaults of the deputy, The terms of the bond in suit imply, that the obligers anticipated suits all ..."
4. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1844)
"... to bo approved by the collector or other officer referred to, conditioned that, in case of condemnation of the articles so seized, the obligers will pay ..."
5. The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1837)
"... obligers are apt to exact too large returns, or whether human pride naturally hates to remember obligation, but I have seldom seen friendships continue ..."
6. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the United by William Powell Mason (1846)
"The answers of the co-obligers and sureties on the bonds allege a due payment of the bonds, and that they are discharged ; and aver, that they are ignorant ..."
7. Lectures on the Philosophy of the Mind by Thomas Brown (1846)
"Ingratitude is not in the heart of man; but interest is there ; and the obliged who are ungrateful, are far fewer in number than the obligers, ..."
8. Archives of Maryland by Maryland Historical Society (1892)
"... their Heirs, Executors or Administrators do & shall in all Things fulfill the Resolve of said Convention and their the said obligers Agreement with the ..."