- v act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes
You must comply or else!
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Foreign Policy Journal
Mrs. Clinton had demanded that Pyongyang "stop its provocative behavior, halt its policy of threats of belligerence towards its neighbors, and take irreversible steps to fulfill its denuclearization commitments and comply with international law."
- Neelie Kroes in Reuters.uk
Microsoft must now comply fully with its legal obligations to desist from engaging in anti-competitive conduct. The Commission will do its utmost to ensure that Microsoft complies swiftly, Kroes said in a statement.
- John Conyers in Washington Post
Asked in a broadcast interview if the defiance would mean holding the White House in contempt of Congress, Conyers said, "Well, yes. It means moving forward in the process that would require him to comply with the subpoenas like most other people."