A military rank, usually referring to a junior officer.
A type of footwear worn over ordinary shoes for protection, especially against water or mud.
(a.k.a. rainscald), a common skin disease found in farm animals.
The act of giving a patient a drug that makes them lose all feeling in a part of their body.
Subtly suggestive; hinting at something
An American general-interest magazine published from 1924 to 1950.
A continuous cannon barrage
Slang from the First World War referring to German anti-aircraft guns.
An artillery barrage on three sides of an enemy position in order to box them in.
French for "Next to My Girlfriend". A popular drinking song.
From the idiom "Get the wind up". To make someone feel worried.
An insult, meaning a mongrel dog.
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