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waist (WAYST) (noun)
The middle part of the body between the hips and the chest or upper back that is or may be more narrow than the areas above and below it: "Tina had a leather belt around her waist."

"James has a narrow waist and broad shoulders as a result of working out so often."

waste (WAYST) (noun)
Loss of something valuable which occurs because too much of it is being used or because it is being used in a way that is not necessary or effective: "Some of these computers are still useful. It seems to be such a waste to throw them away."

"Too much water has resulted in waste because of excessive or careless use; such as, steam, that escapes without being used or leaving the faucet on when the water is actually not being used."

waste (WAYST) (adjective)
Material that is left over or unwanted after something has been made, done, used, etc.: "Waste materials may refer to hazardous substances, disposal of industrial refuse or rubbish, waste removal, and household trash, etc."
waste (WAYST) (verb)
To use carelessly: "The sign read: Please don't waste electricity! Turn off the lights when you leave the room."

When some people are eating, if they are dieting, some of the food may go to waste; but, they can be sure that if they over eat, it will go to their waist.

Some people simply waste their time trying to keep their waist slim and trim.

There's an old saying that says, "Haste makes waste." Well, there are also those who believe that "Haste can reduce waists."

Sam's wife told him that working out to reduce his waist and continuing to eat so much was turning out to be a waste of his time and money!