Dictionary with a Touch of Humor

(enjoying words with special points of view, sometimes humorous, and which are not found in a "regular" dictionary)

family get-together (s) (noun), family get-togethers (pl)
An informal social gathering of people who are related by blood or through marriage: A big family get-together was planned for the summer holidays to celebrate several birthdays.
Someone who says things to your face that he/she wouldn't say behind your back.
1. Phony express.
2. The art of patting someone on the back in order to turn that person's head.
follically challenged
food costs
Vittle statistics.
fortune-telling (s) (noun) (no pl)
In lexicomedy. seance fiction: Jack said, "Let's watch a movie about fortune-telling tonight!!"
frustration (s), frustrations (pl) (noun forms)
1. An act of hindering someone's plans or efforts.
2. A feeling of annoyance at being hindered or criticized.
3. The motivational and/or affective state resulting from being blocked, thwarted, disappointed or defeated.
4. Lexicomedy: Trying to find your glasses without your glasses.
1. Something that is achieved one breath or one second at a time.
2. Not what it used to be.
glitzy party gowns
Sequins of events.
Infant goblin.
1. As a noun, a person who will never tell a lie if the truth will do more damage.
2. Mouth-to-mouth recitation.
Not easy, but it's the law.
The wrath of grapes.
Finding your glasses soon enough to rememer why you wanted them.

Dictionary information. Dictionary sources of information:

Dictionaries and Lexicons, Part One;
Dictionaries and Lexicons, Part Two.