indebtedness[ in-det-id-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF indebtedness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEBTEDNESS
He cleared off the indebtedness of the old firm and had $3,000 ahead.
The new company also assumed all the bonded and other indebtedness of both roads.
Nevertheless, he has to confess his indebtedness to the Father of the American Theatre.
It was a long list of signatures and an alarming total of indebtedness.
I beg your pardon, my dear sir, but what is the total of my indebtedness to you?
Cyrus drives home the conscience of indebtedness la Portia v. Shylock.
Dawkins gave him an acknowledgment of indebtedness to that amount.
Ménage, Gilles, acknowledged his indebtedness to the Elzevirs, 22.
It was an expression of my indebtedness to the High Country.
To all these kind coadjutors I gladly acknowledge my indebtedness.