Definition of "waiver"
  1. A deliberate surrender of a right, either explicitly stated or implied by action, such as choosing not to enforce that right
How to use "waiver" in a sentence
  1. By not objecting to the noise from his neighbor's renovation, he gave a waiver of his right to quiet enjoyment.
  2. By signing the document, she provided a waiver of her right to pursue legal actions.
  3. Despite the 'no pets' clause in his lease, his continued silence on his neighbor's dog constituted a waiver of the rule.

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