Annabel Atkins, Norwich THE phrase - and its flipside of falling off the wagon - can allude to any number of vices, although it usually refers to attempts to give up alcohol.
What does OTW stand for?
OTW stands for Off the Wagon
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 18 other meanings of OTW in our Acronym Attic
- Open Top Vapor Cleaner
- Operational Test Visualization
- Özel Tüketim Vergisi Kanunu (Turkish: Private Consumption Tax Law)
- Ontario Transit Vehicle Program
- Otter Tail Valley Railroad
- Otter Tail Valley Railroad Company (Fergus Falls, MN)
- Outflow Tract Ventricular Tachycardia
- Oceanic Time Warner (Hawaii cable TV)
- Of The Whale (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Of The World (online TV network)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Wagon Ryed is a limited-release custom beer we brewed in conjunction with PJ Hoberman and his popular drinks blog, Denver off the Wagon," reported Marty Jones of Wynkoop.
Research by the outdoor fitness company found that people have great intentions at the start of the year, but fall off the wagon after just a few weeks.
But if you'd like to read about how I fell off the wagon (literally) regarding the second, tune in again next week.
Then Terence falls off the wagon and has a fight in the Woolpack with Adam, before confessing his sins, knocking Turner out and stealing his cheque for pounds 20,000.
Instead of paying for rehab it should be free, then if they fall off the wagon it's their look out.
But the troubled star fell off the wagon for the fifth time over the past 10 years and went into rehab.
Ad Age quotes food industry observers who note that low fat brands are fighting a trend that has consumers eating fewer treats but wanting high indulgence ones when they do fall off the wagon.