Example sentences for: debt-ridden

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

  • By 1674, when Louis XIV took formal control of the islands from the debt-ridden commercial administrators, Martinique had become France’s colonial capital in the Lesser Antilles.

  • Look, its a free country (OK, so actually, its a really expensive and not to mention debt-ridden country, but I digress), and people can believe what they want.

  • The 700 page work centers on a debt-ridden Atlanta aristocrat.

  • Crumbling, generic, enervated, debt-ridden, materialistic ...

  • China's claimed 7.8 percent growth is illusory, the writer asserts--the economy is actually just barely expanding, the government is debt-ridden, and millions are unemployed.

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