wave-off


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Synonyms for wave-off

an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt

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We have landing profiles and wave-off criteria for a reason.
Jenny remembers going down to the sea front at South Shields to wave-off the vessel.
Those numbers, for the unknowing, refer to a wave-off window of 100 feet with a foul deck, or 10 feet with a clear deck.
I called the deck to a 10-foot wave-off window as the first Hornet was at three to four miles.
As I turned in my super-slow-motion world, I could see the Hornet was at the in-close position, well inside the 100-foot, wave-off window.