grateful (part of speech: adjective)
saw (part of speech: verb)
observed (part of speech: verb)
- She could continue to live as she had been accustomed to do, and need not be beholden to private or public charity. - "Herbert Carter's Legacy", Horatio Alger.
- For indeed we are exceeding beholden to thee for that which thou didst in the matter of Hudheifeh and his folk." - "Tales from the Arabic Volume 3", John Payne.
- She had plainly preferred to struggle independently for existence rather than be beholden to him who was her natural protector. - "The Shadow of the East", E. M. Hull.