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absent without leave absent without permission from assigned military duty, but not necessarily with the intention of deserting; AWOL.
do without to go on with one's life or with one's activity without having something or someone that is important or desired, or to live without things in general.
go without saying to be so clearly true or evident that there is no need to mention (something); used to emphasize one's certainty about or the obviousness of something.
without fail certainly; positively.
without number countless.
without prejudice in law, without effect on one's legal interest or claim.