furlough[ fur-loh ]SEE DEFINITION OF furlough
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FURLOUGH
I will see to it, in the morning, that you have a furlough for a month.
He got a furlough from his general, and came home in disguise.
You'll give a body a furlough, by the way of blowing off the fuddle he has on hand?
They had let him out on furlough, well knowing that they could trust his word.
And Russia evacuated Masampo, while Pavloff was told that he might take a furlough.
It is supposed that I am on a visit to —, and that you are on furlough for a few days.
At Christmas I obtained a furlough to visit my people at Penryn.
Armed with a medical certificate, he applied for and received a furlough.
Major Whittington, I have not had a furlough since we landed in France.
I also hand you his furlough, which he said he did not have, in his first statement.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FURLOUGH
- boot out
- give notice to
- give someone his or her walking papers
- give someone the ax
- give someone the gate
- give someone the pink slip
- give the ax
- give the gate
- give the heave-ho
- give walking papers
- give warning
- kick out
- lay off
- let go
- let out
- put away
- send packing
- show someone the door
- shut out
- turn away
- wash out