Entry: Kekuléan (adj.)
one gets a bit hairy - Kekuléan as an adjective appears to be a Wallace-ism. So far as I can determine, the term is derived from German
chemist Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz. His work, in part,
focused on the structure of benzenes. My comfort zone with this sort of
stuff faded from the rear-view mirror miles ago, so let’s just say this
one is pretty esoteric and no-one will know to what you’re referring,
unless you’re at an organic chemistry-intensive cocktail party.
Other: Feel free to chime in on this one.
SNOOT score: 3 (1 at the aforementioned cocktail party).