Waivers [noun]

Definition of Waivers:

giving up; letting go

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Sentence/Example of Waivers:

She implored a waiver of the forfeiture in her and young Walter's favour.

You forgot to give me a waiver of responsibility when you talked me into varying the experiment.

I should have got the waiver from you then, but you got me all confused with Disraeli's oratory.

I believe not, indeed,” says the waiver; “many thanks to your majesty.

Let him waiver or be uncertain in his decisions and woe is it to him.

They will accept your waiver and send it on to the Commission without it.

Waiver — Any of the above conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder.

When the people sees that,” says the waiver to himself, “the sorra one will dar for to come near me.

The company had refused to accede to the demands for unionization, even with a waiver of all other claims.

Were you the one in the office who had the initial contact with the INS, in connection with the waiver of section 243(g)?