Thesaurus / insolvent

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When it collapsed in June, pressure to overhaul the index mounted as existing rules didn’t allow for the benchmark’s first-ever insolvent member to be ejected right away.

In 2017, the system was declared insolvent and placed in receivership.

A run-away Opera dancer, and an insolvent boarding-house keeper, are not the most desirable connexions for any young bachelor.

Single LifeJohn Baldwin Buckstone

The weak govern the strong; the bad govern the good; and the insolvent govern the solvent.

It is too insolvent a state of things for any one with any self-respect to entertain, and is universally scouted.

Our Mutual FriendCharles Dickens

Even in higher life, a couple of Ayrshire noblemen, and the major part of our knights and squires, are all insolvent.

But his partner's fortune was swept away in the panic of 1837, leaving Goodyear again an insolvent debtor.

The Age of InventionHolland Thompson

A bankrupt is an insolvent debtor; that is, a person who is unable to pay all his just debts.

Unless the maker of a note is insolvent, a bank can never pay the unmatured note of a depositor.

The liberty and even the life of the insolvent were at the mercy of the Patrician money-lenders.

Lays of Ancient RomeThomas Babbington Macaulay

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