Example sentences for: debtors

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

  • He chews over his past, counts up his debtors, enumerates his aches and pains, and worries the issue of subjectivity to the bone.

  • The House bill says that debtors whose earnings top the U.S. median family income (about $51,500 for a family of four) and who can repay at least 20 percent of their debts, will have to.

  • The New York Times leads with an agreement between the White House and Congress on a .38-percent across-the-board spending cut, a story fronted by the Washington Post and reefered by the Los Angeles Times and USA Today . The Wall Street Journal tops its "Worldwide" box with the arrests of hundreds of alleged debtors in Pakistan by the new military junta, a story fronted by no other paper.

  • The agency takes credit for "abolition of debtors' prison, the right to due process and a fair hearing, the first successful employment-discrimination lawsuits, improved housing codes and accessibility for people with disabilities."

  • Dilemma for America: We should be raising interest rates to keep our overheating economy in check, but a rate hike would worsen Asia's problems by hurting its debtors.


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