AWOL


1AWOL

adjective or adverb, sometimes not capitalized \ˈā-ˌwl, ˌā-ˌdə-bəl-y-ˌō-ˈel\

: absent from the armed forces without permission; broadly : absent or missing

Full Definition of AWOL

:  absent without leave; broadly :  absent often without notice or permission <the place looked as if its caretaker had been AWOL for some time — Daniel Ford>

Origin of AWOL

absent without leave
First Known Use: 1918

Rhymes with AWOL

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2AWOL

noun, sometimes not capitalized

Definition of AWOL

:  a person who is AWOL

First Known Use of AWOL

1918

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