[in-shoo r-uh-buh l, -shur-]
- capable of being or proper to be insured, as against loss or harm.
Origin of insurable
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Examples from the Web for uninsurable
If it's the latter, it becomes a story about the generosity of unemployment benefits, not about being "uninsurable".
But the problem is that it's complicated to find, and expensive to buy, not that you are uninsurable.
No one knows exactly what happened to all the uninsurable people CBO thought would buy insurance.
I am not employable, in large part, because my health issues make me uninsurable.Why Are More Boomers Killing Themselves?
October 22, 2008
- not eligible for insurance
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