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Synonyms of 'waiver'

(noun) 
Definition
the act or an instance of voluntary giving up a claim or right
He had to sign a waiver of his constitutional rights.
Synonyms
renunciation
the renunciation of territory
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surrender
a complete surrender of weapons
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abdication
There had been a complete abdication of responsibility.
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giving up
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resignation
He has withdrawn his letter of resignation.
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denial
This religion teaches denial of the flesh.
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setting aside
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abandonment
their abandonment of the policy
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disclaimer
A disclaimer states that the company will not be held responsible.
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disavowal
a public disavowal of his beliefs
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relinquishment
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eschewal
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Additional synonyms

in the sense of abandonment
their abandonment of the policy
Synonyms
giving up,
relinquishment,
in the sense of abdication
There had been a complete abdication of responsibility.
Synonyms
giving up,
relinquishment
in the sense of abjuration
Synonyms
retraction,
disclaiming,
forswearing,
recantation,
disclamation

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