Webster 1913 Edition
Hazarding; pertaining to the act of one who wagers.
Wager policy, under
Webster 1828 Edition
Wagering policy, in commerce, a policy of insurance, insuring a sum of money when no property is at hazard; as a policy to insure money on a ship when no property is on board; that is, insurance, interest or no interest; or a wagering policy may be a policy to insure property that is already insured. Such policies in England, are by Statute 19 Geo. 3. made null and void.
- present participle of wager
- He has been wagering half his wages weekly. (progressive)
- Certain wagering individuals would profit from the outcome. (adjectival)
- Carelessly wagering his allowance led him to ruin. (gerund)
wagering (plural wagerings)
- An amount wagered.
- His repeated wagerings of his allowances led him to ruin.