GLOSSARY OF TERMS
This is the vocabulary to be used during the open session. Getfamiliar with it before we meet.
AssumptionAppraiseStatement Judge JudgmentWarrantedBrain TeaserBeggarExcerptDifferAvoidMisunderstandingVaguenessGrouchyBrightCheerfulHit-and-RunShylyDegreeCertaintyDistinguishRaiseFiredBe Short of MoneyBroken Down Turn UpMissWitnessSightingPollKnowledgeSubwayCrowdedCatch Somebody’sEyeShare Till Think UpFactuallyAccurateNearbyCattleParty JewishReleaseWrong-DoingSomething accepted as true without proof; asupposition. To officially judge or evaluate how valuablesomething is.Something you say especially publicly or officially,to let people know your opinions. To form or give an opinion about someone orsomething.An opinion that you form, especially after thinkingcarefully about somethingSomething done with good reason.A difficult problem that is fun trying to solve.Someone who lives by asking people for food andmoney.A short piece taken from a book, poem, piece of music etc. To be different from something in some way To prevent something bad from happening.A problem caused by someone not understanding asituation correctly.Unclear because someone does not give enoughdetailed information.In a bad temper, especially because you are tired.Happy and full of energy.Happy or behaving in a way that shows you arehappy.When a car driver hits someone and does not stopto help.In a shy (nervous and embarrassed) way. The level or amount of something. The state of being completely confident, sure, andwithout any doubts. To recognize and understand the differencebetween two or more things or people.An increase in the money you earn. To be forced to leave your job.Having little money.Not working or in very bad condition. To arrive at a place. To not go somewhere or do something, especiallywhen you want to but cannot.Someone who sees a crime or an accident and candescribe what happened.An occasion on which something is seen, especiallysomething rare. The process of finding out what people think byasking people the same question.