uninsurable

[ US /ənɪnˈʃʊɹəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɪnʃˈɔːɹəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not capable of being insured or not eligible to be insured
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How To Use uninsurable In A Sentence

  • Similarly, I see the world as an enormous problem of optimization under radical, "uninsurable" uncertainty. Dr. Vladimir A. Masch: Harnessing Our Technological Strengths for the Economy: Risk-Constrained Optimization
  • Actions related to asbestos exposure, for example, have the potential to make such risks uninsurable in the future.
  • And if people have to purchase in the individual market, it means pre-existing health conditions in some cases will make them uninsurable.
  • In fact, owning a home in an ‘at risk’ area doesn't usually make your home uninsurable, although your home insurance premiums are certainly likely to be higher.
  • Our fear is that the lack of investment of personnel and resources will result in the unit becoming unsafe and uninsurable.
  • Any uninsurable loss is where the province principally steps in.
  • Will screening create a new underclass of the uninsurable and the unemployable?
  • The holocaust of the poor and uninsurable is ending. How's Obama doing?
  • Is there enormous uninsurable risk involved in building apartments?
  • The paper then addresses Question 2 by showing why terrorism coverage is likely to be uninsurable if investors require large returns for providing funds to cover this risk.
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