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use "insolvent" in a sentence

However, of the plantation owners who had formerly controlled the Territory mostly elected not to return to their ruined and insolvent estates.

Being insolvent means that the amount of a debtor's debts are greater than his/her assets (how much money and property the

As punishment for her insolence, Pai Mei plucks out Elle's right eye.

A woman's curse rested upon one, and extreme insolence drew down Heaven's vengeance upon the other.

If he'd been in the army, I could have charged him with dumb insolence.

S. 5:60 When in their insolence they transgressed (all) prohibitions, We said to them: "Be ye apes, despised and rejected." GLOUCESTER Why, Suffolk, England knows thine insolence.

Hollande said the police officer posted in Hebdo's offices died defending a freedom of expression based on "an insolence, an impertinence which expresses an independence".

It reminds us of its persistence as a symbol of insolence.

It's at least a good topical point, considering Sandra Bland was arrested over mere insolence during an extremely minor traffic stop.

Saudi cleric Iyad Ameen Madani, Secretary General of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, denounced the new cartoon as "insolence, ignorance and foolishness”.

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