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Sentence count:64Posted:2016-12-13Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: dispense withforeswearforfeitforgogive uprelinquishthrow overboardSimilar words: waivernaivewaitwaisttwainawaitwait forwait onMeaning: [weɪv]  v. 1. do without or cease to hold or adhere to 2. lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime. 
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1) He didn't waive his right in this matter.
2) We have decided to waive the age - limit for applicants in your case.
3) He agreed to waive his usual fee.
4) They agreed to waive the cancellation charges.
5) We have decided to waive the tuition fees in your case.
6) Some agencies may waive the fee if you register with them on completion of a course.
7) The court decided to waive her fine as it was her first offence.
8) But perhaps we can waive our definitions and come to an understanding on the basis of an adjustment in the rent.
9) Several banks, including Wells Fargo, waive monthly fees on certain accounts where there is a regular direct deposit.
10) The court or the Secretary of State may waive reporting restrictions in individual cases for the benefit of the child.
11) Also, unions are free to waive daily overtime requirements and negotiate alternate schedules, such as those providing four 10-hour days.
12) The industry asked the Federal Communications Commission to waive a rule that limits the amount of power used to send a data transmission over a telephone line.
13) We would acknowledge receipt of Indictment 86-1246 and waive formal reading.
14) Proponents argue that when necessary,[] Congress would waive the provision of this amendment with a three-fifths vote.
15) They believe a Government promise to waive the clause could be the crucial breakthrough.
16) They discount or even waive upfront sales fees, so long as they have the right to the renewal commissions.
17) To withdraw waive ; abandon a claim.
18) It'seems we'll have waive the claim.
19) Waive the business registration fee for one year.
20) Champion said remaining holders of preferred stock agreed to waive future dividends.
21) However, lenders being anxious for your business, will often waive the arrangement fee and cover all the other costs.
22) Easy payment schemes are often possible and for the unemployed or those in receipt of benefits colleges often waive tuition fees.
23) State Department officials said Monday that no country has agreed to waive diplomatic immunity in such a serious case.
24) The Court refused to allow itself to be caught in a circular argument as to which State needed to waive immunity first.
25) Some tenants prefer, however, to seek to obtain from the landlord a covenant not to waive the exemption.
26) Judicial views on whether an agreement that the plaintiff will waive any claim against the defendant is necessary, are mixed.
27) Mike Widmer, Caldaire's managing director, believes a Government promise to waive the clause could be a significant breakthrough.
28) Offshore non-trading companies are exempt from corporation tax, but may waive their exemption and pay tax at an agreed rate.
29) Now more companies issue cards and many are willing to cut rates or waive annual fees to snare each others' customers.
30) On Monday, Tyler generously said that he wanted local authorities to waive criminal charges against Barkley.
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