English words and Examples of Usage

use "beholden" in a sentence

Habas added that theater businesses are beholden to think about those people.

Now you become beholden to the investors and have to answer to their profit making agenda.

The belief that satire is a courageous art beholden to no one is intoxicating, Ahmed said.

Hanna declined, feeling it would make him beholden to the administration.

Roger-Bernard, however, was not beholden to the then- excommunicate king of Aragon and readily si

ded with the invading French.46.5428

And yet it is Bush, for now, who is forced to dispel the assumption that he is beholden to moneyed interests.

Some have spoken of the possibility of a Russian 'fifth column' being crea

ted in the EU, beholden to the Kremlin.

You are not beholden to any one vendor's roadmap, vision or timeline.

In this media environment, you don't want to be beholden to anybody, Moonves said.

Cain clearly is s

till beholden to his old friends -- the ones who gave him his big start.

Pryor continued to cast Cotton as beholden to outside conservative groups backing his bid.

I think that's what the people want, they want someone wh

o has not been bought, is not beholden to a certain interest group.

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