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  1. David123


    I want to know about the word "awol". Can it be use in a sentence that relates to a person going crazy. i.e. The soldier went awol with his gun. Or is that another word?

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    Re: usage

    AWOL is an acronym meaning Absent Without Leave. There is not word "awol."

    It means the soldier did not report when he was required to.

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