Sentence for debt | Use debt in a sentence

Debt example sentences. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use debt in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for debt.

  • The horn of their obstructive debt! (10)
  • We owe the Press a very great debt. (8)
  • Is it like asking you to pay my debt? (10)
  • We will not be in debt to such a man. (10)
  • We will not be in debt to such a man. (22)
  • Heriot made light of prisons for debt. (10)
  • Remember, I am deep, deep in your debt. (10)
  • It seemed to make the world in debt to us. (10)
  • The note was changed; the debt liquidated. (10)
  • The note was changed; the debt liquidated. (22)
  • There was such a feeling of degradation about debt. (8)
  • If I owe gratitude any where I have my debt with you. (6)
  • Think of what you are bearing, as your debt to Emma. (10)
  • Been married two years and five thousand pounds in debt. (18)
  • I owe my life to you, and every debt of gratitude to him. (10)
  • The higher, bleed as they may, too pressingly feel their debt. (10)
  • Diana perceived something of her personal debt to civilization. (10)
  • It is her rightful reward; vice demands the payment of its debt. (12)
  • I thought I might give you happiness, pay part of my debt to you. (10)
  • These pangs of debt gnaw at the very core of my mental existence. (18)
  • Great is the debt America owes to the French King and statesmen of that time. (19)
  • But as we are in her debt for some instruction, she may now be suffered to go. (10)
  • He was in debt to Fulkerson personally and officially for advance payments of salary. (9)
  • Not only the principal of their debt of gratitude remained, but the accruing interest. (9)
  • Ferdinand had dared to hint at a debt already unsettled, and he called himself a gentleman! (10)
  • Furthermore, he is up to the eyes in debt; the only hope of his creditors is that he makes a rich marriage. (12)
  • He thought of it as of a debt she had contracted and might be supposed to think payable to their misfortune. (10)
  • Did he run into debt, or gamble, or swear; was he violent; were his friends rackety; did he stay out at night? (8)
  • As for their mother, she must look after herself; nothing under two thousand a year would keep her out of debt. (8)
  • The consciousness of owing a debt of gratitude to those, against whom she had sinned so heavily, oppressed her. (5)
  • Fleetwood asked with the simplicity of the superior being who will consequently perhaps bestow the debt he owes. (10)
  • By hook or crook he would have the old man off his Boards, or his debt out of him as the price of leaving him alone. (8)
  • At the usual rate for such lessons, his debt, with interest for twenty-odd years, would run very far into the hundreds. (9)
  • The ideal position is when the editor owns, clear of debt, a profit-making plant and is not a candidate for any office. (16)
  • He did not once reflect on the outcry in the ear of London coming from the receiver of such a letter upon payment of a debt. (10)
  • Burns himself not only acknowledged his debt in a fragment of autobiography, but erected a tomb over the grave in Canongate churchyard. (2)
  • If, as we find, we are always in debt to the past, we should determine that the future is in our debt, and draw on it. (10)
  • The affectionately remorseful impulse was too quick for a conventional note of admonition to arrest her from paying that portion of her debt. (10)

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