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synonyms for insolvency

  • bankruptcy
  • breakdown
  • deterioration
  • implosion
  • inadequacy
  • rupture
  • abortion
  • bomb
  • botch
  • bungle
  • bust
  • checkmate
  • collapse
  • decay
  • decline
  • defeat
  • deficiency
  • deficit
  • downfall
  • failing
  • fiasco
  • flop
  • frustration
  • lemon
  • loser
  • loss
  • mess
  • misadventure
  • miscarriage
  • misstep
  • nonperformance
  • overthrow
  • rout
  • stalemate
  • stoppage
  • turkey
  • washout
  • wreck
  • false step
  • faux pas
  • flash in the pan
  • lead balloon
  • nonsuccess
  • sinking ship
  • total loss
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antonyms for insolvency

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  • accomplishment
  • achievement
  • advantage
  • ascent
  • benefit
  • blessing
  • continuation
  • enough
  • improvement
  • increase
  • plenty
  • rise
  • strength
  • success
  • triumph
  • win
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How to use insolvency in a sentence

The trustees’ annual reports have repeatedly warned about the encroaching insolvency of Medicare.
PANDEMIC WILL PUSH U.S. MORTALITY UP THROUGH 2023, NEW GOVERNMENT REPORT PREDICTSAARON GREGG, LENNY BERNSTEINAUGUST 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Simmonds said conversations about how to avert insolvency need to begin now, and that Lemon Grove should start by assessing the feasibility of offloading fire protection to the county.
LEMON GROVE ONCE AGAIN FACING BITTER CHOICES OVER ITS FUTUREBELLA ROSSJANUARY 8, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
They can never be taken from the capital, for this would impair it and, if continued, result in the insolvency of the corporation.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
Four months previous to the opening of this story he died in a state little better than insolvency.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The court of insolvency made that which was foreign, colonial property.
THE HISTORY OF TASMANIA , VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN WEST
Sceptics, materialists, loaded with debt, they raised poverty to a system and laughed at their voluntary insolvency.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
In it the criminal courts are held; there too are the offices of the court of probate and insolvency.
OCEAN TO OCEAN ON HORSEBACKWILLARD GLAZIER
Not open insolvency and bankrupt disgrace; no, ruin, and an Austrian jail, is the one outlook.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. XII. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
The expression "formal indication of insolvency" bears the same meaning as it has in English law.
HARPER'S PICTORIAL LIBRARY OF THE WORLD WAR, VOLUME XIIVARIOUS
Livings had to be sequestered through clerical insolvency or scandalous misconduct.
RECOLLECTIONS OF A LONG LIFEJOHN STOUGHTON
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WORDS RELATED TO INSOLVENCY

  • Chapter Eleven
  • Chapter XI
  • bankruptcy
  • default
  • failure
  • insolvency
  • receivership
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