Two of our men, who had been home on sick leave, rejoined us at the same time.
I feel a hulking slacker and fraud, being home on sick leave.
In fact, not until Beauregard had left the army on sick leave about a month later did the President express any disapprobation.
Soldiers home on sick leave from the Austrian frontier were to be seen.
Again Napoleon fell ill, obtained six months' sick leave, and went again to Corsica.
It befell, therefore, that he spent the winter on sick leave in New York.
The doctor said yesterday I should certainly get three months' sick leave before I rejoined.
His health was not good and after sick leave in 1889 he resigned in 1890.
He had doubtless been home on 'sick leave,' and, though now quite restored to health, was apparently in no hurry to go back.
This officer had recently returned from the Western Front on sick leave.
sick leave n.
Paid absence from work allowed an employee because of sickness.