Waive Verb Synonyms
set or put aside, except, ignore, disregard, overlook, abandon, defer, postpone
We are happy to waive the rules in your case, madam.
give up, relinquish, renounce, resign, forsake, forgo, cede, sign away, surrender, abandon, yield, dispense with
I waived my right to the inheritance in favour of my daughters.
Entertainment / Fantasy Football / Waiver Hawk: Some players don't want to sacrifice waiver position to pick up players, so they will wait until the early morning hours to make roster moves just minutes after a player clears waivers. (Also know as MORE
Entertainment / Fantasy Football / Waiver Wire: A term that refers to the list of free-agent players within a fantasy league. Most free agents are subject to a waiver process, as a player is placed on waivers after the kickoff of the first game of MORE
Health / Dentistry / Waiver Of Premium: When an individual becomes disabled and eligible for benefits, no further disability premium payments are required as long as benefits are being paid out. MORE
Health / Health Insurance / Section 1915(B) Waivers: Waivers that states could obtain from the federal government that allowed them to restrict a Medicaid beneficiary's choice of providers by using a primary care case manager or other arrangement. MORE
Health / Health Insurance / Section 1115 Waivers: Waivers that states could obtain from the federal government which allowed them to set up managed care demonstration projects. MORE