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Global Vocab Set 2

Fist set of vocab from All Quiet on the western front

fatuous (adj) inanely or complacently stupid
Barrage n a wave or curtain of heavy artillery fire intentionally planned just in front of friendly troops [your side] to screen and protect those troops
billets n lodging (sleeping quarters) assigned to soldiers
insubordination n disobedience to authority
iaconic adj characterized by being of few words (quiet, reserved)
queue n line of people (common in British jargon)
rail v to scold
restive adj restless
satchel n small bag with shoulder strap (similer looking to briefcase, but rarely as stiff)
windfall n a sudden unexpected gain (similar to winning the lottery)
Created by: Ahyers