beholden /bɪˈhəʊld(ə)n/

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I. adjective [ predic.]

1. owing thanks or having a duty to someone in return for help or a service

I don’t like to be beholden to anybody.
– origin late Middle English: archaic past participle of behold, in the otherwise unrecorded sense ‘bound’.

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