beholden[ bih-hohl-duhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF beholden
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEHOLDEN
Then, sinking before him in a deep courtesy, "I am beholden to you," she said.
You may be assured, that I will sooner be beholden to you, than to any body living.
Twice have I been beholden to you for my life, and now I am in your debt.
He thought he was a strong man again, with his children about him, and beholden to no one.
"There's not a man of you who is not beholden to Parson Christian," said Hugh, sternly.
“I am beholden to you, Master Salkeld,” he said, when I had done.
He had spoken truly when he suggested that he was unwilling to be beholden to Mirande.
Because,” said I, “it is not proper that I be beholden to you for meat and drink.
I don't know why we should be beholden to them particularly.
In that case, I shouldn't have to be beholden to other people.