[ US /ˌɪnˈdɛtɪd, ɪnˈdɛtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪndˈɛtɪd/ ]
  1. under a legal obligation to someone
  2. owing gratitude or recognition to another for help or favors etc
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How To Use indebted In A Sentence

  • I am deeply indebted to Henry Rosemont, who gave a great deal of assistance in the final revisions of the manuscript.
  • I am deeply indebted to him for his help.
  • As the last country in the world to abolish slavery, only in 1888, temporary slavery due to indebtedness and forced labour has continued and been combated regularly by Government in isolated regions, where the arms of the justice system face a demographic challenge. Global Voices in English » Brazil: Fighting contemporary slavery
  • Most of the people we were lending to had, at one time or another, been indebted to illegal moneylenders, who charge interest rates of 300 percent per annum.
  • They felt a deep sense of indebtedness to the learned scholars of the early medieval period.
  • I genuinely mean that - I am indebted to the team here for putting up with my pet hates and musings every week.
  • At the same time three muskets were discharged; and while one ball rattled against the corslet of proof, to the strength of which our valiant Captain had been more than once indebted for his life, another penetrated the armour which covered the front of his left thigh, and stretched him on the ground. A Legend of Montrose
  • Having presided with his president over the first-ever downgrading of the debt his department issues, Mr. Geithner hied to Wroclaw, Poland, to share his wisdom with the assembled European finance ministers, who pointed out that the euro zone is less indebted than the U.S. and not well placed to warn them, as Mr. Geithner did, of the danger of dependence on foreign creditors. Aggregating Conceals Some Important Facts
  • As is the case in Asia, high levels of corporate indebtedness are likely.
  • But property valuations matter only if a company makes its cash from trading its assets or is heavily indebted. Times, Sunday Times
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