outlet, electric discharge, passing, adjournment, sack, dismission, clause, contract, exit, arc, keep, suspension, delay, spark, brief, acquittance, affidavit, firing, loss, tone ending, vent, spillage, time, electric arc, bond, freeing, spill, codicil, handout, run, sacking, covenant, venting, press release, liberation, surrender, expelling, article, conveyance, deferment, going, departure, demission, deferral, button, abdication, relinquishment, resignation, emission, firing off, quitclaim, criminal record, outpouring, renunciation, expiration
dismissal (part of speech: noun)
relinquishment (part of speech: noun)
- " By the way, before I forget, we have to complete a formal application for your mother to admit her into the clinical trials, and we also need a signed liability waiver. - "Syndrome", Thomas Hoover.
- All property, whether of individuals or corporations, whether civil or ecclesiastical, was to be held subject to its equal part of the burdens of the State; and to all bills imposing taxes, the Pope would annex, of his own authority, a special waiver of the ecclesiastical exemption. - "The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 17", Charles Francis Horne.
- Shut down in short order if you don't get your interest, if you've only got a waiver. - "The Mystery of Metropolisville", Edward Eggleston.