Examples of indebtedness in a Sentence
his total indebtedness exceeded a year's income
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Still, America’s indebtedness is growing at a rapid pace, making the outlook unusually fragile.
That is especially true when recipients not only lack gratitude for American largesse but actively resent their indebtedness to Washington.
The company said its outstanding indebtedness is expected to be reduced from an aggregate principal amount of $62.5 million to $17.5 million.
But Coogler did not let this relationship or any sense of indebtedness bias him against Weinstein’s victims.
For 2012, Bentley bumped up the indebtedness to $540,000, mortgage documents show.
Recent budget deficits as a share of GDP are not especially large by historical standards, yet their accumulation over the last three-plus decades has pushed the nation’s total indebtedness to almost $20 trillion, or slightly more than 100% of GDP.
Yet that crisis has receded, and not because the euro area resolved its indebtedness problem.
The Reserve Bank recently announced that Australia’s household debt-to-income ratio had reached an all-time high of 190 percent — one of the highest levels of indebtedness in the world.
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