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Origin of insolvent
Examples from the Web for insolvent
For more than a year now, little Greece has been insolvent after its politicians recklessly piled up $467 billion in debt.
The truth, as many experts have maintained, is that the leading banks are insolvent, and have been so for more than a year.
As we have seen over the last 18 months, the latter is what near- insolvent banks do.
And the reality is, if the subprime securities are truly trash, most of the big banks are troubled and some are insolvent.
A run-away Opera dancer, and an insolvent boarding-house keeper, are not the most desirable connexions for any young bachelor.Single Life|John Baldwin Buckstone
The weak govern the strong; the bad govern the good; and the insolvent govern the solvent.Thirty Years' View (Vol. II of 2)|Thomas Hart Benton
It is too insolvent a state of things for any one with any self-respect to entertain, and is universally scouted.Our Mutual Friend|Charles Dickens
Even in higher life, a couple of Ayrshire noblemen, and the major part of our knights and squires, are all insolvent.The Letters of Robert Burns|Robert Burns
But his partner's fortune was swept away in the panic of 1837, leaving Goodyear again an insolvent debtor.The Age of Invention|Holland Thompson