waiting list

NOUN
  1. a roster of those waiting to obtain something
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How To Use waiting list In A Sentence

  • Approximately 88,000 people are on the national organ transplant waiting list, waiting for kidneys, livers, pancreases, intestines, hearts and lungs.
  • The numbers of those on the waiting lists for housing has grown rapidly, as have the numbers of homeless in Britain.
  • Wenger, however, prefers to invest in promise rather than experience, and at this juncture the consequence of a persistent collective callowness is that while his club may have a waiting list of 40,000 for their season tickets, the empty seats in the middle and upper tiers last night spoke of the dissatisfaction of those among their supporters who do not subscribe to the doctrine of keeping the faith through thick and thin. Arsenal fizzle out after early promise – just like last season | Richard Williams
  • The alarming trend for desperate medical sector docs and surgeons to reduce waiting lists by doing non-urgent but easy procedures first is life threatening and wrong.
  • A blogger who underwent a heart and lung transplant is back on the waiting list after her body rejected the new lungs. Times, Sunday Times
  • It will reduce your waiting lists and increase your turnover. Times, Sunday Times
  • The hospital has a 2-year waiting list for minor operations.
  • Most of the work will be in orthopaedics and ophthalmology - specialties with the longest waiting lists.
  • Many surgical waiting lists comprise large numbers of simple, low cost, procedures.
  • But lest anyone though he had been rewarded too much, he's now stuck in a grotty bedsit facing years on the waiting list for a council home. The Sun
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