Examples of indebted in a Sentence
thereafter forever felt indebted to the producer for giving her her lucky break
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However, the willingness to beg favors from a man in Putin’s position, and to be indebted to him, may raise eyebrows on special counsel Robert Mueller’s team.
If that's legacy number one of The Life of Pablo, legacy number two is the merch: the gothic-font, streetwear-indebted tees, hoodies, and the rest that sold out across the globe.
Household debt remains moderate despite its rapid growth in recent years, but China's corporate sector has become the most highly indebted among major economies, based on data from the Bank for International Settlements, Fitch said.
Baby Driver is indebted to Doc from previous and vague criminal transgressions.
Among the wealthiest presidents—by his own measure—in the history of the United States, Trump is possibly the most conflicted and indebted.
MANILA, Philippines — Police in the Philippines say the suspect behind the casino attack that left dozens dead was a heavily indebted Filipino who was hooked on gambling.
The lone suspect behind a deadly attack on a casino and shopping complex in Manila was a heavily indebted Filipino gambling addict, police said Sunday, bolstering their claim that the assault was not terrorism-related.
Philippine police say suspect in casino attack was a heavily indebted Filipino who was hooked on gambling.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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