Obviate in a sentence

Use Obviate in a sentence

Obviate;

Meaning: [verb]to avoid; make unnecessary, elimintate

Of course living there does not obviate paying United States taxes.

Hamilton’s “assumption” promised to obviate these conflicts.

You seem to think that objectivity obviates empathy.

This procedure obviates the heavy use of salt after the snowfall.

I will obviously institute new practices to obviate this type of problem.

This structure obviates the need for a separate school or college of computer science.

They like everything simple , this obviates the need for them to think.

When used in 5.1 systems, its excellent bass response obviates the need for a sub-woofer.

A sensible interpretation of the Act would obviate these difficulties.

If smart cards are used, they obviate the need for password-mapping completely.