SECTION I (Chapters 1-11)
* Trolley: A small truck or car operating on a track.
* Trestle: (n.) A horizontal beam or bar held up by two pairs of legs and is used as a support.
* Musicale: (n.) A program of music performed at a party or a social gathering.
* Theory: (n.) A set of statements or principles to explain a group of facts, especially one that has been repeatedly tested or is widely accepted and can be used to make predictions.
* Obvious: (adj.) Easily perceived or understood, apparent.
* Infamous: (adj.) Having an exceedingly bad reputation; notorious.
* Suffice: (v.) To meet present needs or requirements; be sufficient.
* Emanations: (n.) The act or an instance of emanating.
* Mirage: (n.) An optical phenomenon that creates the illusion of something that does not exist. (mirage of water)
* Hallucination: (n.) Perception of a visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, or gustatory experience without an external stimulus and with a compelling sense or their reality.
* Samaritan: (n.) A native inhabitant of Samaria.
* Phantom: (n.) Something apparently seen, heard, or sensed, but having no physical reality; a ghost or an apparition. (Something elusive or delusive)
* Stupefied: (
* Pandemonium: (n.) A very noisy place; wild uproar or noise.
* Lumbered: (v.tr.) To cut down trees and prepare as marketable lumber.
* Finicky: (adj.) Insisting on getting what one wants – difficulty to please (EX: finicky eater)
SECTION II (Chapters 12-21)
* Hemisphere: (n.) A half of a sphere bounded by a great circle.
* Storm: (n.) An atmospheric disturbance manifested in strong winds accompanied by rain, snow, or other precipitation and often by thunder and lightning.
* Allergy: (n.) An abnormally high sensitivity to certain substances, such as pollens, foods, or microorganisms. Common indication of allergy may include sneezing, itching, and skin rashes.
* Vowed: (v.) To promise solemnly; pledge.
* Unbeknownst: (
* Propel: (tr.v) To cause to move forward or onward.
* Hydrant: (n.) An upright pipe with a nozzle or spout for drawing water from a water main.
* Ranting: (v.tr.) To utter or express with violence or extravagance.
* Gawked: (intr.v) To stare or gape stupidly.
* Eons: (n.) An indefinitely long period of time.
* Contortion: (n.) A twisting; a writhing; wry motion; a twist.
* Daintily: (adv.) In a dainty of manner; fastidiously; deliciously; pretty.
* Antsy: (adj.) Restless or fidgety; impatient.
* Maze: (n.) An intricate, usually confusing network or interconnecting pathways.
* Coiled: (v.tr) To wind in concentric rings or spirals; to wind into a shape that resembles a coil.
SECTION III (Chapters 22-32)
* Lean-to: (adj.)
* Spree: (n.) A carefree, lively outing.
* Claptrap: (n.) Pretentious, insincere or empty language.
* Puzzlement: (n.) The state of being confused or baffled; perplexity.
* Notion: (n.) A belief or opinion – A mental image or representation; an idea or conception.
* Rookie: (n.) An untrained or inexperienced person (Sports: A 1st year player).
* Immortality: (n.) The quality or condition of being immortal; Endless life or existence.
* Flaunting: (v.tr) To exhibit ostentatiously or shamelessly.
* Geezer: (n.) (Slang) An old person.
* Grouse: (n.) Any of various plump, chicken-like game birds of the family Tetraonidae.
* Dispersing: (v.tr.) To drive off or scatter in different directions.
* Languished: (intr.v.) To become week or feeble; lose strength.
* Pungent: (adj.) Affecting the organs of taste or smell with a sharp acrid sensation.
* Reluctant: (adj.) Unwilling; disinclined (EX: reluctant to help).
* Stoic: (n.) One who is seemingly...