[ UK /ˌʌnɪnʃˈɔːd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɪnˈʃʊɹd/ ]
  1. not covered by insurance
    an uninsured motorist
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How To Use uninsured In A Sentence

  • More serious motoring offences such as uninsured driving would carry a £10 surcharge.
  • And even while operating under that constraint, Clinton proposed to expand Medicaid coverage to some 5 million uninsured children.
  • The medical costs of uninsured drivers hit by other uninsured drivers are paid but they are not reimbursed for damage to their vehicle. Times, Sunday Times
  • The financial crisis has seen a dramatic rise in the number of uninsured cars with motorists saying they can't afford a policy. The Sun
  • Insurance firms blamed the increase on more personal injury claims, fraud and the number of uninsured drivers. The Sun
  • Legislators there say they are alarmed at the number of unlicensed, uninsured illegal aliens who are driving in their state.
  • And are continuing on legislation with respect to this health care deform which is and has been clearly disputed as outside their also legal authority, and Constitutional duties and functions other than to regulate those industries more significantly in order to reduce those costs, since it has been the costs, not the availability, that has been the major problem for most of those that still remain uninsured. Georgia Judge Violates Constitution 101: Trashes Res Ipsa Loquitur In The Process
  • At the same time I am told by insurers that my premium is high because of uninsured drivers. Times, Sunday Times
  • That leaves uninsured and underinsured low-income residents having to rely on safety-net providers who are already overwhelmed and struggling to stay afloat.
  • Health-poor people - those who are uninsured or inadequately covered - have to pay the highest prices.
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