bankruptcy

[ bangk-ruhpt-see, -ruh p-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy was not the only art by which Badman piled up his fortune.

“The era of religious influence closes in bankruptcy,” he informs us.

Her business was going to wreck, and bankruptcy seemed impending.

It is only too true that your father stood on the verge of bankruptcy.

The bankruptcy proceedings had exhausted all the laughter there was in it.

The fate of riches is often ruins, but there is no bankruptcy in hope.

He magnified the impending disgrace of bankruptcy and imprisonment.

She accused him of trying to tie them down to a village; he accused her of trying to drive him to bankruptcy.

Extravagance of living is another prolific cause of bankruptcy.

He received me warmly, and told me we had saved him from bankruptcy.

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