jaiphul - a spice
gallimaufry - Confused jumble, hodgepodge.
dory - Small fishing boat
brumal - Like winter.
blah blah blah - Silly chatter or nonsense
SICM - Security Incident Causation Model
borborygmi - noise created by gas or liquid in the intestine
old - Ancient
lot - Parking area
accelerated - sped up
book - Pages containing words or pictures bound together with a cover.
crack on - To get on with a task
mountebank - Old-fashioned word for "cad" (itself old-fashioned) and/or dishonest/disreputable.
Stop ironing my head - Stop annoying me.
Louis - A disused French coin, circulated before the revolution. Also known as "louis d'or"
gruntled - pleased, satisfied, and contented
Lambo - short for "Lamborghini"
mountain goat - Goat known for its ability to perch on high mountain ledges.
antihero - The "hero" of a tale - who possesses some unheroic qualities.
London - The capital and largest city in England, mostly considered the largest and busiest city in Europe.
loathe - To dislike greatly; hate.
elbow - to push or shove with the elbow; jostle; bump
one-trick pony - A person who, like some circus animals, can do one thing well--but absolutely nothing else.
bestie - your best friend
thingamabobber - Used when you can't think of the name of an item or brand.
flexitarian - A person who consumes minimal meat but is not vegetarian
peripatetic - walking across several locations
dose - a measure
librarian - A person who works in a library and assists with access to materials and services.
six of one and half a dozen of the other - Faced with a choice between two alternatives, it doesn't matter which one chooses, because they are substantially the same thing. (For example, "six" is the same quantity of something as is "half a dozen" of that something. (The expression itself has nothing to do with fault.)