whole life

Definition of "whole life"
  1. A type of insurance policy that remains valid for the insured's lifetime with payments made for a defined period
How to use "whole life" in a sentence
  1. The whole life policy guaranteed her financial security after her husband's demise.
  2. He decided to invest in a whole life policy to ensure his family would be cared for after his passing.
  3. The financial advisor suggested a whole life policy for lifelong coverage and savings.

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