obedient

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From Old French obedient, from Latin oboediēns, present active participle of oboediō (obey).

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obedient (comparative more obedient, superlative most obedient)

  1. Willing to comply with the commands, orders, or instructions of those in authority.
    Jessica was so intensely obedient of her parents that her brother sometimes thought she was a robot.

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin oboediēns, present active participle of oboediō (obey).

Adjective[edit]

obedient m, f (masculine and feminine plural obedients)

  1. obedient

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Verb[edit]

obedient

  1. third-person plural future active indicative of obediō

Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin oboediēns, present active participle of oboediō (obey).

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obedient m

  1. obedient

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