[in-shoo rd, -shurd]
- the person, group, or organization whose life or property is covered by an insurance policy.
Origin of insured
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Examples from the Web for uninsured
The problem of millions of uninsured has existed in this country since—well, since forever.
I remember when the then-horrifying number was 15 million uninsured.
It is chipping away at the uninsured population in the United States.Inside Obamacare’s 11th Hour
Ben Jacobs, Olivia Nuzzi
April 1, 2014
More than one-fourth of the pre-Obamacare uninsured were foreign-born.Robots Undercut the Case for More Immigrants
February 4, 2014
For example, over the weekend, the Wall Street Journal reported that Obamacare has done little to insure the uninsured.Income Inequality is a Recipe for Stagnation
January 21, 2014
One night his house, which was uninsured, was burnt to the ground.
Factory, the loss estimated at £12,000, the premises were uninsured.Yarmouth Notes
Frederick Danby Palmer
One of them is the prominence given to the fact that the Asylum is uninsured.Ghosts
A few years afterwards the office was burned down, and the uninsured editor was left to begin his business over again.Men of Our Times
Harriet Beecher Stowe
If the hotel, uninsured, had suddenly burst into flames, the 'Bishop' would have manifested far less consternation.Bunch Grass
Horace Annesley Vachell
- not covered by insuranceuninsured motorists
- covered by insurancean insured risk
- the person, persons, or organization covered by an insurance policy