Word meaning can be vague or unclear until interpreted within a specific contextual setting.
For example, “He threw up the ball” may have a different meaning depending on if you are attending a) a baseball game or b) a frat party.
Today’s word is “carrion.” The question “Are you carrion?” may have a different meaning depending on if it is directed to:
a) a rotting corpse
b) a drug mule
c) a piece of luggage
This can present an ambiguous concept and context is key to understanding: many different interpretations are possible, depending on if the speaker is in an airport or in a desert or on a border.
Break up into groups of three or four and discuss.