from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without debt.
- adj. Not in debt; not owing any money.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Free from debt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Free from debt or obligation.
Thereafter, a new debtless generation would take charge, ruled by a new majority, ready and eager to create its own laws.
The point of my article was to show how debtless Moldova managed to escape the crisis.
He did not know that the race Marguerite Grey was running was with American dollars, and that the sanctuary she meant was only a debtless spinsterhood.
He never earns above four hundred dollars in a year, and as he has a wife and several young children, the closest scrimping is necessary to get him through to the end of the twelve months debtless.
Apple and Amazon are also debtless, with cash and short-term investments of $29 billion and $7 billion, respectively Apple also has $36.5 billion in "long-term marketable securities"; for more on Apple's fortress-like balance sheet and the case for its stock, see
The phrases "net debt-free" and "debtless" would pepper the briefings of its senior
Anyone who has paid off his home mortgage knows how secure and stress-free debtless home occupancy is.
The phrases "net debt-free" and "debtless" would pepper the briefings of its senior Netherlands on the repayment of $5.7 billion to the two countries following Britain and the on the repayment of $5.7 billion to the two countries following the collapse
STEC's relatively small size and debtless balance sheet make it one of the more potent plays on the growing SSD market.
At the end of the first quarter 2009, PAETEC was well within the sole financial maintenance covenant in its credit facility, which provides for a maximum permissible ratio of consolidated debt, defined as consolidated debtless cash on hand in excess of $20 million to consolidated EBITDA as defined of 5 to 1.