indebted[ in-det-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF indebted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEBTED
To your hint, I thank you, are they indebted for their disappointment.
I am indebted to Mrs. Richards for this method of extracting the oil.
I am indebted to him almost for the discovery—altogether for the restoration of the library.'
How can I divide myself, and say that the one-half of me is indebted to the other?
We were indebted for it chiefly to the skill and adroitness of Selina Whiston.
Again we are indebted to Italy for the invention and name of the pianoforte.
For this interesting piece of information we are indebted to Cicero.
She resolved that she would not be indebted to her ambitious rival for aid.
I am indebted to the professor for the following information.
That I am indebted to you for having opened to me the path by which my right was to be established.