Dictionary with a Touch of Humor
(enjoying words with special points of view, sometimes humorous, and which are not found in a "regular" dictionary)
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.
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.
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
Lexicomedy: When we look at what's happening to our money, we get mad.
A skin diver.