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whole–life

adjective \ˈhōl-ˈlīf\

Definition of WHOLE-LIFE

:  of, relating to, or being life insurance with a fixed premium for the life of the policyholder and a cash value that can be redeemed on sale of the policy or can be the basis of low-interest loans

First Known Use of WHOLE-LIFE

1845

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