Dictionary with a Touch of Humor

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

health spa
Waist=treatment plant.
hourglass figure (s) (noun), hourglass figures (pl)
The shape of a human body that looks like a sand timer: Jill had an hourglass figure of a lady that was very narrow at her waist and quite wide at her hips and bust.
hung jury
Back to swear one.
Where people stay during nasty weather.
Lexicomedy: Will-gotten gains.
Baby fountain pen.
insufficient freeway lanes (lexicomedy)
The asphalt bungle.
Someone who can listen to the "William Tell Overture" without thinking of the Lone Ranger.
intuition (lexicomedy)
Hunch break.
Lexicomedy: Affrontispiece.
marriage (lexicomedy)
Not a word but a sentence.
medieval tournament (s) (noun), medieval tournaments (pl)
A mock battle or fight between two groups or two mounted knights (jousting): Neal read a history book about the 10th century that described a medieval tournament whereby two armoured knights on horses came together in a charge. This was also termed a mêlée, hastilude, tourney, or tournoi.
minor earthquake tremor
Faults alarm.
money mad
Lexicomedy: When we look at what's happening to our money, we get mad.
A skin diver.

Dictionary information. Dictionary sources of information:

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