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Isn't this the start of a dict. def? I don't see any encyclopedic info here. --Bookandcoffee 15:48, 21 Jan 2005 (UTC)

  • Actually I'm the one who started this page. The work on 'underinsured' needs to be here. There are multifactorial reasons for underinsurane and yes the article is in progress but like many others .. just has to have time. Please remove the wicktionary and put a stub here. I'll work over the weekend to see if I can't expand this or make headers for expansion suitably. DrGnu 17:49, 21 Jan 2005 (UTC)

It is indeed a dictionary definition. "Underinsured" means "To insure under a policy that provides inadequate benefits"[1]. It is applicable to all types of insurance. The reasons for having inadequate health insurance should be discussed in health insurance just as the reasons for having inadquate home or auto insurance should be discussed in home insurance or auto insurance. -AED 04:58, 27 June 2006 (UTC)

2009: Redirected the dicdef/coatrack[edit]

This was a dictionary definition (see WP:Wikipedia is not a dictionary which, after I redirected, someone falsely claimed vandalism (good faith edits are never vandalism by Wikipedia policy) and wrote a WP:COATRACK. Again, following WP:NOT, I have reinstated the redirect as I think it is better for Wikipedia than a deletion discussion. (talk) 23:37, 22 October 2009 (UTC)