Definition of 'AWOL'
Example sentences containing 'AWOL'
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`And I've gone AWOL from the Beeb for twenty-four hours to break it to you! ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1993)They're quite short-staffed on this ward, so I doubt if anyone will get round to thinking I've gone AWOL. NIGHT SISTERS (1993)One Philip Kershaw, working for a wine company and based in France, gone AWOL. THE GOSPEL MAKERS (1993)
Trends of 'AWOL'
Used Rarely. AWOL is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of AWOL from the Collins English Dictionary
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