Definition of "Insulation"

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  1. Person protecting himself from risk or negative consequences, such as by taking out homeowner's insurance.
  2. Material used to block or restrain something from entering a house, apartment, or other structure. For example, material may be placed in a house's attic to hinder cold or hot air from entering the rooms. Insulation may also be used for noise.

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