What is another word for Bankrupted?

1769 synonyms found


[ bˈaŋkɹʌptɪd], [ bˈaŋkɹʌptɪd], [ b_ˈa_ŋ_k_ɹ_ʌ_p_t_ɪ_d]

Bankrupted is a term that denotes financial insolvency or the state of being unable to pay one's debts. There are various other synonyms for the word, including insolvent, bankrupt, broke, ruined, penniless, destitute, and impoverished. These terms all suggest a dire financial situation where an individual or entity is unable to carry out its financial obligations. Other possible synonyms include financially distressed, financially ruined, financially devastated, and financially insolvent. Regardless of the term used, being bankrupted or in a similar position can be difficult and stressful, requiring careful management of resources and debt relief strategies to get back on track.

Related words: bankrupt, bankruptcies, bankruptcy, bankrupted

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    What are the hypernyms for Bankrupted?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the opposite words for Bankrupted?

    Bankrupted is the term used to describe a person, company or organization that has exhausted all their resources and can no longer sustain their operations. The antonyms of the word are flourish, thrive, prosper, succeed, and enrich. These words depict opposite meanings to the word "bankrupted," emphasizing growth or expansion. Flourish means to grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way. Thrive is to prosper or make steady progress, whereas prosper means to become successful or enjoy economic well-being. Succeed is to accomplish a goal or achieve positive results, while Enrich means to improve or enhance something. These antonyms represent a better position to be in than the state of being bankrupted.

    Usage examples for Bankrupted

    The whole extravagant government with its swarm of hangers-on, who had Bankrupted both nations together, was now saddled on Brazil alone.
    "The South American Republics Part I of II"
    Thomas C. Dawson
    He owed her everything-so much that his self-respect was Bankrupted-and if he could have hated her, he would have hated her just then.
    "The Tempering"
    Charles Neville Buck
    Any other industry than that of agriculture would have been Bankrupted.
    "History of Farming in Ontario"
    C. C. James

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