Definition of Terminal leave

1. Noun. Final leave before discharge from military service.

Generic synonyms: Leave, Leave Of Absence

Definition of Terminal leave

1. Noun. Leave (gloss vacation) from employment whose conclusion (gloss end) coincides with the conclusion of the employment. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Terminal Leave

terminal deoxynucleotidyltransferase
terminal disinfection
terminal emulation
terminal endocarditis
terminal figure
terminal figures
terminal filum
terminal ganglion
terminal haematuria
terminal hair
terminal hinge position
terminal ileitis
terminal ileus
terminal infection
terminal jaw relation record
terminal leave (current term)
terminal leaves
terminal leukocytosis
terminal nerves
terminal notch of auricle
terminal nuclei
terminal object
terminal objects
terminal oxidation
terminal part
terminal plate
terminal pneumonia
terminal point

Literary usage of Terminal leave

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1. The Student's Flora of the British Islands by Joseph Dalton Hooker (1878)
"... stout, fleshy ; buds terminal. LeaveĀ« 6-10 in. diam., deeply 2-lobed at the base ; lobes contiguous ; petiole very long. Flowers white. ..."

2. Joint Report with Comprehensive Plan and Recommendations by William Russell Willcox (1920)
"A line-haul locomotive would bring a solid train to a terminal, leave it on a receiving track and pick up an outgoing train waiting at the same terminal. ..."

3. Electricity in our homes and workshops by Sydney Ferris Walker (1889)
"... directly together, and none when the key and hook switch are in circuit, the fault is in the instrument. Connect the line wire to its terminal, leave ..."

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