obeyed in a sentence

  1. We obeyed the order the teacher gave us.
  2. Parents must be obeyed.
  3. Had you obeyed orders this disaster would not have happened.
  4. She ought to have obeyed her parents.
  5. I obeyed my parents.
  6. He has not obeyed his parents.
  7. The teacher complained that my brother had never obeyed him.
  8. Parents must be obeyed.
  9. Each game is played under certain rules which are to be obeyed by all the players.
  10. He obeyed my orders.
  11. Elders must be obeyed.
  12. The officer wants to be obeyed by his subordinates.
  13. He obeyed me with more clarity than I expected.
  14. Let your parents be obeyed.
  15. He obeyed his father’s request.
  16. I have never disobeyed you.
  17. She gladly obeyed her father.
  18. He has not obeyed his parents.
  19. I have always obeyed you.
  20. Though I was greatly disturbed, I obeyed him.
  21. He ought to have obeyed his father.
  22. If you had obeyed orders this disaster would not have happened.
  23. They obeyed the officer’s commands.
  24. He obeyed me.
  25. This order is to be obeyed to the letter.
  26. He always obeyed the rules.
  27. We obeyed the rules.

Synonyms of Obeyed

Abide By

  • You need to abide by some basic rules:
  • They pledged to abide by the rules and regulations of his alma mater.
  • I will abide by party decision.
  • He did not abide by his promise.
  • They did not abide by the school regulations.
  • We have to abide by the rules.
  • We must abide by the rules of the game.
  • You should abide by the consequences.
  • We all must abide by laws to live in any society.
  • You have to abide by the laws.
  • The players have to abide by the umpire’s decision.
  • We must abide by the law.
  • She will not fail to abide by his promise.

Accede

  • We should be highly thankful, if you could accede to our request.
  • He did not accede to my request.
  • I am sure you will accede to my request.

Accept

  • I regret my inability to accept your invitation to dinner.
  • Why didn’t you accept the offer?
  • I accept your statement.
  • I am unable to get much, I accept little.
  • I shall be happy to accept your invitation.
  • It is certain that he will accept the offer.
  • Please accept my apologies.
  • Please accept this small gift.
  • She can’t accept failure.
  • Please accept this gift as a token of our friendship.
  • Will you accept our proposal ?
  • Please accept my heartiest congratulation.
  • He did not accept my request.
  • He could not prevail upon her to accept his proposal.

Accord

  • She gave up her job of her own accord.
  • That does not accord with his statement.
  • I am in full accord with your view.
  • His opinions are in accord with ours.

Adhere To

  • We must adhere to our principles.
  • We should adhere to what our teachers say.
  • You must adhere to your promise.
  • hope you will adhere to my advice.
  • You should strictly adhere to the prescribed word limit.
  • Players must adhere to the rules of the game.

Agree

  • They are likely to agree to our plan.
  • I couldn’t agree with his opinion.
  • I agree with that opinion.
  • Obviously I agree that you should advance in life through your own efforts.
  • He didn’t agree with us about the matter.
  • His deeds didn’t agree with his words.
  • We failed to bring him to agree to our plan.
  • Do you agree with what he says in the book?
  • We agree with you.
  • He did not agree that the situation was hopeless.
  • I agree on an emotional level.
  • All agree with you.
  • I fully agree with all of you.
  • He did not agree with it.

Answer

  • Do you think there is another answer to this difficult problem?
  • Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
  • Her last sentence is the answer to the riddle.
  • He doesn’t need to answer right away.
  • I can’t give you the answer today.
  • He didn’t answer the question.
  • All you have to do is sit down here and answer the doctor’s questions.
  • There was no answer to my question.
  • I’m sorry I didn’t answer sooner.
  • He didn’t answer all the questions.
  • He hasn’t come up with a good answer to the problem yet.
  • He couldn’t even answer the simple questions.

Assent

  • She gave her assent to my proposal.
  • He did not assent to my proposal.
  • I gladly assent to your proposal.

Carry Out

  • He denied to carry out my orders.
  • He risked his life to carry out his duty.
  • We couldn’t carry out our project because of a lack of funds.
  • We must carry out the plan at once.
  • We should carry out the plan.
  • I would like to carry out the plan.
  • He had to call on all his experience to carry out the plan.
  • I will carry out the plan in spite of all opposition.
  • We decided to carry out the plan.
  • We expect you to carry out what you have once promised.
  • To our great disappointment we failed to carry out intention.
  • I am determined to carry out this plan.
  • You’ve got to carry out your commitment at all costs.
  • He left no stone unturned to carry out the plan.
  • She tried to carry out her plan to save money.
  • She will carry out her plan
  • You must carry out their orders.

Comply

  • You should comply with the rules.
  • He declined to comply with his instruction.
  • I regret that I cannot comply with your request.
  • I regret that I cannot comply with your request.
  • He did not comply with my request.
  • Hopefully you’ll comply with traffic regulations after this.
  • We shall be pleased to comply with your request.
  • I can not comply with your request.
  • I cannot comply with his request.
  • I hope you will comply with my request.

Discharge

  • How can I discharge your obligation !
  • In plain words, they like to discharge their duties.
  • The crowd obstructed the police in the discharge of their duties.
  • I have a discharge from my left ear.

Embrace

  • You need to embrace your mistakes and feel sorry and never repeat again.
  • You should embrace some habits in order to reduce the risk of heart problems.

Execute

  • It can execute over a million instructions per second without any mistake.
  • We have to make a proper planning and execute it in reality.
  • We regret our inability to execute the order within the stipulated period.
  • We will execute all orders promptly.
  • I want to execute the plan by all means.
  • We must execute his orders.
  • He asked his brother to execute his will.
  • They hastened to execute the plan.

Follow

  • Do you follow through on commitments?
  • I suggested that he follow my advice.
  • Some pupils find it difficult to follow the rules.
  • I will follow the law.
  • Don’t follow anybody blindly.
  • It is sensible of you to follow her advice.
  • She had the wisdom to follow the custom.
  • If you’re trying to get out just follow me I’ll get you there.
  • He motioned for me to follow him.
  • I was trying to follow her.
  • I cannot follow his logic.
  • They were stupid not to follow your advice.
  • He didn’t follow her advice.

Fulfill

  • I shall fulfill this duty.
  • They failed to fulfill the conditions.
  • What step can you take today in order to fulfill your deepest desire?
  • I tried to fulfill my duty.
  • You must fulfill your promise without fail.
  • Can he fulfill his dream?
  • He couldn’t fulfill the promise he made to his father.
  • His good nature seems to fulfill the role of reducing the family’s trouble.
  • Try to fulfill your duty.
  • You must fulfill your duty.
  • They did not fulfill the conditions.

Heed

  • He paid no heed to my advice.
  • Pay heed to it.
  • You must pay heed to it.
  • Now pay heed to dinner it is getting cold.
  • They hardly pay any heed to my words.
  • No one payed heed to our repeated complaints.
  • He didn’t pay the slightest heed to that exam.
  • He failed to heed warning signs.
  • He has pointed out that you are not paying heed to your studies.
  • They gave no heed to the warning.
  • Take heed of her advice.
  • He gave no heed to her loud protest.

Keep

  • Will you keep quiet ?
  • An upswing in your earning keep you in high spirit.
  • Avoid these high cholesterol foods in order to keep your heart healthy.

Live By

  • I live by honest labor.
  • You must be honest and live by the sweat of your brow.
  • They live by the lake.
  • They live by hunting.
  • Man does not live by bread alone.
  • You cannot live by love alone.
  • I don’t want to live by myself.
  • These days many old people live by themselves.
  • He must live by his wits.
  • I’m old enough to live by myself.
  • He doesn’t want to live by himself.

Mind

  • Would you mind moving your suit- case just a little.
  • That’s true, I came to bother you a little, if you don’t mind it.
  • Divert your mind and think how important this job is for you.
  • Studies have shown that yoga is good for the body mind and soul.
  • My mind had leaped on a roller coaster of emotions.
  • Divert your mind and think how important this job is for you.

Observe

  • You must observe the laws of health.
  • They always observe discipline.
  • They stopped to observe me.
  • Let us observe this analogy
  • He has to observe the rules of the hostel.

Perform

  • He liked to perform his own songs on the stage.
  • You will even perform better in your studies.
  • He decided to perform systematic research.
  • You must perform all assignments in a timely manner.
  • You must perform your duty.
  • I like to perform magic tricks for kids
  • They are going to perform “”Romeo and Juliet”” next week.

Refused

  • Doctors refused to perform a second operation.

Respond

  • There was hardly a man who did not respond to his call.
  • We must respond to the call of our Nation.
  • How did he respond to his inquiries?
  • One should respond to the demands of ones own body.
  • However, he failed to respond to the calls today.
  • How did he respond to the news?
  • Thank you for being patient as we respond to the high volume of calls.
  • He didn’t know how to respond to her.

Serve

  • How may we serve you further?
  • She shall serve tea.
  • Please serve him his meal first.
  • You must serve your country.
  • What do studies serve for ?
  • No one can serve two masters.
  • My uncle made me serve as interpreter.
  • Collect all the liquid and pour it into a glass and serve chilled.

Submit

  • Let’s get this proposal down in black and white before we submit it to the boss.
  • I emphatically declared that I would never submit to injustice.
  • We should submit humbly to His will.
  • I submit my case for your consideration.
  • You will have to submit an application for leave before your departure.
  • Check our offer and submit your order.
  • He had to submit a written apology.
  • Applicants were requested to submit their resumes.
  • I submit this plan for your consideration.
  • He decided to submit his resignation.
  • He had to submit himself to their decision.

Surrender

  • You have to surrender one month’s salary in lieu of one month’s notice.
  • He wanted to surrender before him.
  • Never surrender yourself to despair.

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