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not secured, especially not insured against loss, as by a bond or pledge:
an unsecured loan.
not made secure, as a door or lock of hair; unfastened.
not protected against tapping or interception, as a telephone line or radio communication.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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The number of
sources was far higher than the two the government reported earlier this week.
Don't use a fanny pack or leave a bag
on the seat next to you in an outdoor café.
Let us not forget how inconceivably absent-minded using an
account for government communications is in the first place.
The best way to get rid of charge card financial debt is to do it yourself, perhaps using a
Bankruptcy would have made the contracts null and void, at best in line with all the
In the future, the claims of workers will take precedence only over
And, yes, it can make calls-to secure and
He has highlighted the fact that a pension-fund deficit is in effect an
loan to the company.
Meanwhile, it can boost its returns by short selling its
debt and its equity.
However, for consumer lenders-the main channel for
household borrowing-the outlook is less good.
British Dictionary definitions for
(of a loan, etc) secured only against general assets and not against a specific asset
(of a creditor) having no security against a specific asset and with a claim inferior to those of secure creditors
not made secure; loose
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