waveis the homophone for waive
The past tense of waive is waived.
Waiver is the noun form for the verb 'to waive'.
The prisoner decided to waive his right to a trial.
She begged the bank to waive the overdraft charge of thirty dollars.
Yes....you waive at him and he doesn't waive back
The person with the right to the particular privilege is also the one with the right to waive it.
The criminal decided to waive an extradition hearing, and was flown back to Kansas. During wartime, armies will often waive some of the physical requirements for enlistment.
A real estate broker can waive a commission at will.