Example sentences for: indebtedness

How can you use “indebtedness” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In fact, Sullivan suggests, a one-rate system is an answer to liberalism's woes, because "by treating every taxpayer alike," it would eliminate so much of the complexity and indebtedness to special interests that make people hate government.

  • For those worried about the indebtedness of young attorneys -- and how this affects the future of government and public interest law -- fresh anxiety arrived last month with a national survey showing that two-thirds of today's law school graduates cannot afford to think about taking low-paying jobs.

  • "At both papers," Conason writes, "there exists a feeling of indebtedness to Starr, who helped the Times and the Post escape libel judgments in the not-so-distant past."

  • Persistent U.S. current account deficits have translated into a rising level of indebtedness to other countries.

  • Persistent U.S. current account deficits have translated into a rising level of indebtedness to other countries, i.e., net U.S. holdings of foreign assets (see figure 3.3).


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