bankrupt[ bangk-ruhpt, -ruhpt ]SEE DEFINITION OF bankrupt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BANKRUPT
You may be punctual in that to half a second on the clock, and yet be Bankrupt.
It was a laugh—a faint, broken, bankrupt echo of her old happy laughter.
The bankrupt garret had dropped a cake of its rotten plaster.
"I'm not bankrupt, either," said old Uthoug, fixing his red eyes on her face.
When you tell me you cease to endorse my pledges, I feel I am a bankrupt in your esteem.'
He was ruined in every way, but a man possessed of passion is not a bankrupt in life.
When I said 'spy,' it was in the bankrupt misery of a man who had nothing else to offer.
He owed her five thousand dollars, and if she demanded payment, he was a bankrupt.
He had to make the first payment on the invoice of that bankrupt stock.
It is the habitual exaggerator who will perhaps be bankrupt.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BANKRUPT
- burned out
- cut off
- in default
- not good enough
- not up to par
- out of gas
- too little too late