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Sentence count:33Posted:2017-03-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: avertavoiddebardeflecteliminatefend offhead offrid ofstave offward offSimilar words: obviousobviouslydeviatesatiatealleviatevitiatemediatenegotiateMeaning: ['ɑbvɪeɪt /'ɒb-]  v. 1. do away with 2. prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening. 
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1 A peaceful solution would obviate the need to send a UN military force.
2 The practice above suggested should obviate this.
3 I obviate the need to travel.
4 They obviate the need to walk about with a small shovel and separate bags.
5 The widening or duplication of tunnels to obviate one way working of wide barges soas to avoid long delays.
6 In many instances this is too late to obviate desertification and soil erosion.
7 But such divine activity does not obviate the urgent need for witness.
8 How religiously, if only in order to obviate neighbourly interference,( the Darcian woman would observe contraceptive precautions!
9 My language awareness course is intended to obviate the need for it by enabling any teacher to learn alongside the pupils.
10 A list made beforehand and ticked off should obviate the necessity for this though.
11 The length of the day can obviate much of the good accomplished in day care for both the sufferer and the carer.
12 We tried to obviate the necessity of beginning again.
13 We must obviate the problem ahead of tomorrow.
14 To diagnose and obviate equipment malfunction.
15 To obviate misunderstanding, state Directions in the most lucid way possible.
16 Early administration of antibiotics may obviate the necessity of surgical incision and drainage.
17 Up to now, it is not possible to obviate the likelihood of the earthquake.
18 A pull ring (1) is added to obviate the disadvantages of the prior rubber shoes, such as bulkiness and poor portability.
19 They obviate need to carry large amounts of cash and are always useful in emergencies.
20 The use of a solicitor trained as a mediator would obviate the need for independent legal advice.
21 Instead, data are provided directly and more timely to obviate this need.
22 There are those who argue that the signs of a recovery obviate any additional action by the administration to boost the economy.
23 The goal is simply to raise serum sodium enough to obviate the risk of seizures.
24 He also expressed optimism that an acceptable constitutional arrangement could be agreed which would obviate the need for Quebec to seek independence.
25 By asking about the everyday tasks of parenting the schedules obviate the need for time-consuming psychometric testing.
26 My equipment can be set at a frequency to emit sound waves that will obviate that effect.
27 Then some ways and means raising the stability of the high frequency circuit are provided to prevent and obviate the interferences.
28 This gives us a wonderful opportunity: rather than fixing mitochondrial mutations, we can obviate them.
29 In jurisdictions not rejecting the privity requirement as to obviate its effect to a great extent.
30 Given that an accessory spleen does not usually require treatment, accurate preoperative diagnosis will obviate surgery.
More similar words: obviousobviouslydeviatesatiatealleviatevitiatemediatenegotiateinitiatehumiliateinfuriaterepudiateaffiliateirradiateassociateimmediateabbreviateenunciateemaciatedappreciatehumiliatedrepatriateaffiliatedassociatedconciliaterepudiatedasphyxiateexpatriatedepreciateingratiate
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