Mofaz in the government doesn't obviate the enormous technical obstacles to an Israeli strike.
This is most obvious when expensive forms of trash are forced to backflip until they obviate their standard uses.
But that does not obviate the U.S. from its statutory obligation to cancel its $1.3 billion aid to the Egyptian military.
My invention and my courage were anew bent to obviate this pressing evil.
Will you allow me to arrange your shirt so as to obviate it?
Agreements between carriers previous to 1887 were often employed to obviate unnecessary waste in transportation.
She then, to obviate that objection, lent me a black domino.
To obviate this discrepancy in building with uneven logs, we can fill in the chinks with clay.
But shall we, to obviate these evils, completely transpose their conditions?
To obviate this difficulty, they had recourse, according to Polybius, to a singular but tolerably effectual mode.
1590s, "to meet and do away with," from Late Latin obviatus, past participle of obviare "act contrary to, go against," from Latin obvius "that is in the way, that moves against" (see obvious). Related: Obviated; obviating.