Found 3 items, similar to owing.
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adj 1: owed as a debt; “outstanding bills”
; “the amount still
; “undischarged debts”
2: owed as a debt; “must pay what is owing”
; “sleep owing to
you because of a long vigil”
English → English
([=o]), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Owed
([add]t) obs.); p. pr. & vb. n. Owing
owen, awen, aghen, to have, own, have (to do), hence, owe,
AS. [=a]gan to have; akin to G. eigen, a., own, Icel. eiga to
have, Dan. eie, Sw. ["a]ga, Goth. ['a]igan, Skr. [imac][,c].
[root]110. Cf. Ought
, v., 2d Own
1. To possess; to have, as the rightful owner; to own. [Obs.]
Thou dost here usurp
The name thou ow'st not. --Shak.
2. To have or possess, as something derived or bestowed; to
be obliged to ascribe (something to some source); to be
indebted or obliged for; as, he owed his wealth to his
father; he owed his victory to his lieutenants. --Milton.
O deem thy fall not owed to man's decree. --Pope.
3. Hence: To have or be under an obigation to restore, pay,
or render (something) in return or compensation for
something received; to be indebted in the sum of; as, the
subject owes allegiance; the fortunate owe assistance to
The one ought five hundred pence, and the other
A son owes help and honor to his father. --Holyday.
Note: Owe was sometimes followed by an objective clause
introduced by the infinitive. “Ye owen to incline and
bow your heart.”
4. To have an obligation to (some one) on account of
something done or received; to be indebted to; as, to owe
the grocer for supplies, or a laborer for services.
, p. p. & a. [Used in a passive sense for owed
(AS. [=a]gen. See Own
1. Had or held under obligation of paying; due.
There is more owing her than is paid. --Shak.
2. Had or experienced as a consequence, result, issue, etc.;
ascribable; -- with to; as, misfortunes are often owing to
vices; his failure was owing to speculations.