pleasant, willing, attractive, kind, ready, accommodative, complying, pleasurable, interested, helpful, pleased/only too pleased to do something, kindly, complaisant, pleasing, friendly, yielding, compliant, delighted, inclined, prepared to do something, amenable, amiable, help, good-natured, study at amiable, indulgent
compelling (part of speech: verb)
driving, nagging, impelling, browbeating, dictating, intimidating, coercing, goading, dragooning, inciting, pressuring, galvanizing, pushing, pressing, bullying, mandating, fomenting, motivating, bulldozing, stressing, stimulating, propelling, urging, hijacking, compelling, causing, daunting, sparking
obliging (part of speech: verb)
courteous (part of speech: adjective)
dignified, suave, civil, gentlemanly, gallant, polite, deferential, considerate, noble, agreeable, ladylike, graceful, hospitable, chivalrous, well-mannered, thoughtful, mannerly, well-bred, gracious, decorous, courteous, respectful, diplomatic
- On December 6, Mr. Asquith declared that we had no secret engagement with any Power obliging us to take up arms. - "The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)", John Holland Rose.
- This obliging girl, like most of her class, was apt to be garrulous. - "The Intriguers", William Le Queux.
- Jonathan, trying to be obliging against his better judgment, suggested, " Well- six o'clock?" - "The Jonathan Papers", Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris.