Entry: gurutical (adj.)
In context: "Confront the sorts of issues reserved for nighttime's gurutical tête-à-tête, whispers made echoless by rubberized floorsand much damp laundry."
Definition: Neologism again, but from guru (n.): A Hindu spiritual teacher or head of a religious sect. Also in gen. or trivial use: an influential teacher; a mentor; a pundit.
Other: With an interesting etymology: Etymology: < Hindi guru, Hindustani gurū a teacher, priest; Sanskrit guru originally an adj. ‘weighty, grave, dignified’.
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary