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insurable interest

  

      n     (Law)   a financial or other interest in the life or property covered by an insurance contract, without which the contract cannot be enforced  
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insure  
      vb  
1    often foll by: against   to guarantee or protect (against risk, loss, etc.)  
we insured against disappointment by making an early reservation     
2    often foll by: against   to issue (a person) with an insurance policy or take out an insurance policy (on)  
his house was heavily insured against fire, after all his car accidents the company refuses to insure him again     
3       another word (esp. U.S.) for       ensure       1, 2     (Also (rare) (for senses 1, 2))    ensure  
   insurable             adj  
  insurability      n  


insurable interest  
      n     (Law)   a financial or other interest in the life or property covered by an insurance contract, without which the contract cannot be enforced  

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incurable, injurable, insupportable, insure

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v.
wave hand as a sign of rejection, disapproval or lack of interest
n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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syn.: slang, jargon
vi.
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