waitlist

[weyt-list]
verb (used with object)
1.
to place on a waiting list: All they could do was to waitlist us for the afternoon flight.
noun

Origin:
wait + list1

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To limit attrition from waitlist conditions, several contacts will be made with the waiting clients.
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