beholding (adj.)
beholden, obliged, indebted
H8 I.iv.41 [Wolsey to Sands] I am beholding to you
H8 IV.i.21 [Second Gentleman to First Gentleman, of a list of offices] had I not known those customs, / I should have been beholding to your paper
H8 V.iii.156 [King Henry to Councillors, of Cranmer] if a prince / May be beholding to a subject
H8 V.v.70 [King Henry to all] To you ... good brethren, I am much beholding
JC III.ii.66 [Antony to Third Plebeian] For Brutus' sake, I am beholding to you
KJ I.i.239 [Bastard to Lady Faulconbridge, of his father] To whom am I beholding for these limbs?
MM IV.iii.157 [disguised Duke to Lucio] the Duke is marvellous little beholding to your reports
MV I.iii.102 [Antonio to Shylock] shall we be beholding to you?
MW I.i.254 [Slender to himself, of Shallow] A justice of peace sometime may be beholding to his friend for a man
Per II.v.25 [Simonides to Pericles] I am beholding to you / For your sweet music this last night
R3 III.i.107 [York to Richard, of Prince Edward] he is more beholding to you than I
TG IV.iv.170 [Silvia to disguised Julia, of Julia] She is beholding to thee
TS I.ii.271 [Hortensio to Tranio as Lucentio, of Petruchio] To whom we all rest generally beholding
TS II.i.78 [Gremio to Baptista, of himself] that have been more kindly beholding to you than any