debt[ det ]SEE DEFINITION OF debt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBT
He took a couple of drinks to celebrate his approaching immunity from debt.
The church was in debt—everything in Brookfield was, except the town pump.
I'm not going to run into debt or have trouble with tradesmen about money just because of your pride.
Is it true that he is so much in debt, and is so very—very profligate?
If you tell me that he is dead, I am in your debt and bound to you for life.
But wilt thou not give me another twelvemonth to pay my debt?
There is an individual present; he has him in his eye; to whom they owe a debt of gratitude.
Thus it is: My castle and my lands are in pawn for a debt that I owe.
Debt he looked upon as the road to ruin, and he scrupulously shunned it.
And I pray you be patient with my debt, for indeed I think much oftener of it than you do.