I thought I'd celebrate the fact that I have now regained the use of my left arm, after the failed murder attempt by the mixer shower in room 34 of the Shakespeare Beach Hotel (and there's a quiz question for you: how many Shakespeare plays feature beaches? I haven't a clue, so do please feel free to make up any answer you like), by typing some words. And what better source than good old Chambers? You've possibly heard some of these already, but that's not the point, which is to give me something to type. So here goes.
'Paneity - the state of being bread.'
'Eclair - a cake long in shape but short in duration.'
'Fish - to catch or try to catch or obtain fish or anything that may be likened to a fish - such as seals, sponges, corals, compliments, information or husbands.'
'Middle-aged - between youth and old age, variously reckoned to suit the reckoner.'
'Sea serpent - an enormous marine animal of serpent-like form frequently seen and described by credulous sailors, imaginative landsmen and common liars.'
'Musique concrete - a kind of music, made up of odds and ends of sound variously handled.'