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View definitions for circumvention

circumvention

noun as in escape

Weak match

  • circumventing

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That’s why four former FDA commissioners sent a letter to Congress highlighting the dangers of circumventing our nation’s drug supply chain, which is currently the safest in the world.

The letter was among evidence that Asadi used to appeal to the United States, circumventing Afghan channels, he said.

The NFL knows the coronavirus is a problem and has spent the entire year planning to circumvent it.

What has received much less attention is whether these two men circumvented the rules to get access to experimental drugs outside clinical trials, and if so, how their actions could affect drug development.

Because most major demand-side platforms offer Google ad inventory, political advertisers can circumvent the targeting limitations by going to another platform that offers microtargeted Google display ad inventory.

From Digiday

If it can be, let it be done fairly, openly, and without circumvention.

Now in this latter attempt, the subtilty of his circumvention, hath indirectly obtained the former.

He had a vigorous ally in my mother, who brought her own bright wits to bear on the circumvention of the enemy.

What a pity that this diminution of tail and claws does not signify a corresponding decrease of cruel and stealthy circumvention!

Circumvention with them aims at permanent results which it alone cannot obtain.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to circumvention, such as: avoidance, bypass, dodging, eluding, evasion, and null.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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