Lacking the protection of insurance or collateral security.(adjective)
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Use "uncovered" in a sentence
"Another name uncovered by the hackers was that of Bill Noble, who in 2008 was convicted in B.C. of wilfully promoting hatred."
"Afzal Nooristani, an Afghan defense lawyer, said he does not believe her decision to leave her head uncovered is an issue."
"What Luntz has uncovered is a weird lacuna in the psychological response to certain common words — an interesting fact, but the very reverse of insight into what people really want."