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Value \ˈval-(ˌ)yü\

1: (n). a fair return or equivalent in goods, services, or money for something exchanged

2: (n). relative worth, utility, or importance

3: (v). to rate or scale in usefulness, importance, or general worth


Merriam-Webster Dictionary

The value of a text book should not be measured by the amount of pain it can induce to one’s sibling.

Ahem, Miss Mallory

“A person's a person, no matter how small.”

justnewman

I guess you could say that. The dictionary is a big book so it’s not like it didn’t take me a long while to finish.

I do have a secret and that’s not something I’m going to deny. Although, you must have read at least some of the tabloids that like to expose almost all of them.

I remember when I finished reading it; I was nine. Do you have a favorite word or term?

Tabloids aren’t my choice of material to read, but it’s hard not to hear the gossip that floats around this small town. Although I believe secrets are secrets for a reason…

Lenient \ˈlē-nē-ənt, -nyənt\

1: (adj). exerting a soothing or easing influence: relieving pain or stress
2: (adj). of mild and tolerant disposition; especially: indulgent

Merriam-Webster Dictionary

To be a server, I suppose one must be lenient. However, “lenient” is never a synonym for “push-over”.