obeys, 3rd person singular present; obeying, present participle; obeyed, past tense; obeyed, past participle;
Comply with the command, direction, or request of (a person or a law); submit to the authority of
I always obey my father
Carry out (a command or instruction)
the officer was convicted for refusing to obey orders
when the order was repeated, he refused to obey
Behave in accordance with (a general principle, natural law, etc.)
the universe was complex but it obeyed certain rules
be obedient to
Andre the Giant Has a Posse is a street art and viral marketing campaign based on a design by Shepard Fairey created in 1989 in Providence, Rhode Island. Distributed by the skater community, the Andre stickers began showing up in many cities across the U.S.A. ...
Obey is an album released by the Canadian death metal band Axis of Advance in September 2004.
Obey is the third album by Brainbombs. It was released in Sweden on CD in 1995 by Releasing Eskimo. The vinyl issue was released in the U.S. by Wabana Records in 1997. It was reissued on CD by Armageddon Records in 2008.
To do as ordered by (a person, institution etc), to act according to the bidding of; To do as one is told; To be obedient, compliant (to a given law, restriction etc.)
(obeying) demand characteristics: if participants know how the researcher wants them to act, some will act that way regardless of their true feelings. That is, some participants want to give the researcher the results that will support the researcherÕs hypothesis. ...
hieran; hiersumian; ge-hiersumian
to comply with or follow the instructions, directions, restrictions, commands, or any other lawful ORDERs issued by the CHAIN-OF-COMMAND, without hesitation or mental reservation; to submit or conform in action to authoritative guidance. ...
A very important word in Mormonism. “Obedience is the first law of heaven, the cornerstone upon which all righteousness and progression rest….The whole system of creation and existence is thus centered around the eternal principle of obedience to law” (Mormon Doctrine, pp. 539f. ). Also see If.
(v) boy salırģa, tıŋılarģa
a parody of a previous YTMND that had Richard Nixon's picture inside of a computer screen, of which it had the words "OBEY" on it. The fad uses other YTMND or pop culture icons in place of the Nixon picture on the computer screen, mostly accompanied by the song "Shinra Inc. ...