Examples of indebted in a Sentence
thereafter forever felt indebted to the producer for giving her her lucky break
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The lush look of silk and satin is typically associated with sleazy shirts, Playboy-indebted smoking robes, and any number of menswear don’ts.
The move—which Mr. Macron is set to pass by decree—aims to prepare the heavily indebted SNCF for competition in the rail sector.
Their joint endeavors include the heavily indebted 666 Fifth Avenue, which has struggled to find investors since the younger Kushner took on his White House role.
Florida wades deeper into hurricane season as the debate heightens over what to do with the deeply indebted National Flood Insurance Program and its coverage of properties prone to repeated flooding.
Even relatively weak African states that were heavily indebted to the World Bank and other donors sometimes dragged their feet or modified the prescriptions to suit their political needs.
There is an underlying belief that Trump may be indebted to Russia for its campaign hacking and propaganda, and that his foreign policy is some sort of payback.
The most indebted major economy at present, Italy, has net debt just 120% of GDP.
Rather, the places in real danger of facing the next credit crunch are the highly indebted economies of Europe's periphery.
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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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