pure risk

Definition of "pure risk"
  1. A type of risk that solely has the potential for loss with no possibility of gain
How to use "pure risk" in a sentence
  1. Natural disasters like earthquakes and hurricanes are examples of pure risk where there can be no possible gain.
  2. Insurance companies often deal with pure risk scenarios, such as fire or theft.
  3. A pure risk event like an accident can result in loss, with no opportunity for any gain.

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