use insure in a sentence.
Did you insure it?
Maybe better pronounced "insure-ish"
FDIC doesn't insure against robberies.
Commercial payloads, yes, government payloads tend to "self-insure" or not insure at all.
And the US gov't does not insure its stuff.
Nobody in their right mind would insure Bitcoins.
Insurance does nothing to really insure your health.
You are confusing "insure" and "ensure.
FDIC does not insure money in vaults against theft, they insure it against runs on the bank or if the bank goes under.
Poorly worded, I meant that if you wish to insure it, you must insure it privately.
I'm pretty sure that you can't insure a car that you don't own.
This 'leak' will insure Apple clears out existing inventory quickly without dropping the price.
In some states you can self-insure your car if you have the cash.
I believe in the US the government insures up to $250,00.
How dare someone even try to insure taxpayer money is well spent.
I assume the reasoning behind this method is to insure that they don't reproduce and create more drug dealers.
If your idea existed, it would have to be working with voice-recognition though to insure that people turn crazy.
This is not true with my UK insurance - I self insure my mum's car through Elephant - and declare it as such.
Get a sharp electric shock, fall over and insure themselves?