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- Imposing obligation, morally or legally; binding.
- an obligatory promise
- Richard Baxter
- […] if he speak the words of an oath in a strange language, thinking they signify something else, or if he spake in his sleep, or deliration, or distraction, it is no oath, and so not obligatory.
- Requiring a matter or obligation.
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