[in-det-id] /ɪnˈdɛt ɪd/
committed or obligated to repay a monetary loan:
He was indebted to his friend for a large sum.
obligated for favors or kindness received:
He was indebted to her for nursing him through pneumonia.
owing gratitude for help, favours, etc; obligated
late 14c., endetted “owing money,” past participle of endetten “to indebt, oblige,” from Old French endetter “to involve in debt,” from en- “in” (see in- (2)) + dette “debt” (see debt). Figurative sense of “under obligation for favors or services” first attested 1560s. Related: indebt; indebtedness. Latin indebitus meant “not owed, not due.”
[in-dee-suh n-see] /ɪnˈdi sən si/ noun, plural indecencies for 4. 1. the quality or condition of being . 2. impropriety or immodesty. 3. obscenity or indelicacy. 4. an act, remark, etc. /ɪnˈdiːsənsɪ/ noun (pl) -cies 1. the state or quality of being indecent 2. an indecent act, etc n. 1580s, from Latin indecentia “unseemliness, impropriety,” […]
[in-det-id-nis] /ɪnˈdɛt ɪd nɪs/ noun 1. the state of being . 2. an amount owed. 3. debts collectively. /ɪnˈdɛtɪdnɪs/ noun 1. the state of being indebted 2. the total of a person’s debts
[in-dee-suh nt] /ɪnˈdi sənt/ adjective 1. offending against generally accepted standards of propriety or good taste; improper; vulgar: indecent jokes; indecent language; indecent behavior. 2. not decent; unbecoming or unseemly: indecent haste. /ɪnˈdiːsənt/ adjective 1. offensive to standards of decency, esp in sexual matters 2. unseemly or improper (esp in the phrase indecent haste) adj. […]
noun 1. a sexual offense, other than rape, committed by one person against another. noun 1. the act of taking indecent liberties with a person without his or her consent