Examples of indebted in a Sentence
thereafter forever felt indebted to the producer for giving her her lucky break
Recent Examples of indebted from the Web
In recent months, Beijing has been more outspoken about dealing with the country’s debt problems and forcing deeply indebted private companies to sell assets and pay off loans.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is visiting several heavily indebted African countries this week, including Ethiopia, Djibouti (jih-BOO'-tee) and Kenya.
As Beijing takes on its heavily indebted private companies, China’s HNA Group Co. is quietly getting a helping hand.
There are close to $1 trillion of loans to highly indebted companies outstanding in the U.S.
The suit did not make clear how the commission was indebted.
The political crisis roiled markets in the Arab world’s most indebted country, raising its credit risk and sending bond yields soaring.
The recession and museum's indebted financial state contributed to the cuts, which included curatorial jobs.
The six improvised pieces have a strong chamber-music feel, and their concision hints at a sense of economy indebted to Webern's ever resonant Five Pieces for Orchestra.
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Origin and Etymology of indebted
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of indebted for English Language Learners
: owing something (such as money or thanks) to someone or something : in debt
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