Examples of indebted in a Sentence
thereafter forever felt indebted to the producer for giving her her lucky break
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This movie is indebted to San Francisco, with many sequences built around San Francisco landmarks.
The regulators see the programs as a way to stabilize the balance sheets of heavily indebted companies.
The catch: The banks must use the money to help heavily indebted companies or lend more to small businesses with little or no collateral to offer.
The regulator also told the panel his agency doesn’t plan to reissue a controversial guidance document spelling out standards for banks issuing leveraged loans, a type of lending to heavily indebted companies.
Italian government bond prices have also fallen, indicating concern about the heavily indebted country's commitment to fiscal discipline.
Some of Smith’s early sculptures, made a decade before Ferber’s, are similarly indebted.
America is forever indebted to those who have committed their entire lives to serving their country.
Openers Wolf Eyes are heavily indebted to Suicide’s approach, and will be experimenting live with directional, ultrasonic parametric speakers at Empty Bottle.
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INDEBTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indebted for English Language Learners
: owing something (such as money or thanks) to someone or something : in debt
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