lapse


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Synonyms for lapse

Synonyms for lapse

to slip from a higher or better condition to a former, usually lower or poorer one

to become or cause to become less active or intense

to move smoothly, continuously, and effortlessly

to become void, especially through passage of time or an omission

to move past in time

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a minor mistake

an act or thought that unintentionally deviates from what is correct, right, or true

a slipping from a higher or better condition to a lower or poorer one

Synonyms for lapse

a mistake resulting from inattention

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a break or intermission in the occurrence of something

a failure to maintain a higher state

pass into a specified state or condition

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end, at least for a long time

drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards

References in periodicals archive ?
Today Exo Labs announces a great new tool for empowering students of all ages to create their own time lapse movies.
It turns a lot of the financial assumptions about life insurance on their head," he said, noting that life settlements cause policies that otherwise would lapse, not to lapse.
A lapse restriction is not considered in determining whether a transfer has occurred.
Fitch also considered the possibility that a deterioration of Scottish Re's credit might affect policyholder lapse rates, significantly changing expected cash flows or resulting in adverse selection.
With Tikee, the invisible becomes visible with a fully cloud connected and self-sufficient camera and a complete automated web platform to provide unprecedented time lapse solutions.
The new regulation means that your right to reside in Denmark will lapse if you participate in activities that threaten, or have the potential to threaten, national security, the public order or the security of other states.
With the largest data set ever used for this purpose (covering more than 1 million contracts), we analyze the impact of product and policyholder characteristics on lapse in the life insurance market.
I wanted to give something back to Fujairah and since photography is my hobby, I decided to make a time lapse of Fujairah to showcase its beauty to the good people from other emirates," Sachin said.
This issue was further highlighted in 2009 when the Society of Actuaries sponsored a survey and subsequent report on post-level mortality and lapse assumptions and experience.
Milliman has completed one of the largest and most comprehensive life insurance mortality and lapse studies ever undertaken.
They'll look embarrassed, shuffle their feet a bit and say that they used to be certified, but let it lapse.
But if you lapse your coverage, no insurer is responsible for your past deeds.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether factors influencing the lapse rates on ordinary life insurance products can be identified and their importance statistically assessed.
2601-1(b)(1)(i) was amended to further provide that the grandfathering rules do not apply to a transfer of property pursuant to the exercise, release or lapse of a GPA treated as a taxable transfer for gift or estate tax purposes; such a transfer is treated as made by the person holding the power when the exercise, release or lapse becomes effective, and is not considered a "transfer under a trust" irrevocable on Sept.
In other instances, people may suddenly lapse into respiratory arrest and linger in a comatose state for a prolonged period of time causing medical complications, which ultimately lead to death.