Dictionary with a Touch of Humor

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

A situation in which the presence of mind is good, but the absence of the body is much better.
acupuncture (lexicomedy)
A jab well done.
Acupuncture the hard way
ad lib
A spontaneous remark that is invented and presented on the spur of the moment without previous thoughts about it.
Adam's aunt.
1. Someone who has attained maturity or legal age.
2. Having attained full size and strength; grown up; mature: an adult person, animal, plant; or a fully grown, mature organism.
3. Fully developed and mature.
4. Relating to, intended for, or befitting adults: adult education.
5. Containing or dealing in explicitly sexual material; pornographic: adult movies; adult bookstores.
6. Etymology: from Latin adultus, past participle of adolescere "to grow up, to mature".
7. Someone who has stopped growing at both ends and is now expanding in the midsections (bottom and front).
advice (quotes)
1. Something which is "more blessed to give than to receive".
2. Something which old men give to young men when they can no longer provide them with a bad example.
afternoon nap
Matinee idle.
air conditioners
Machines that make it feel so very hot outside.
What an octopus is, all arms.
alcohol (noun) (no pl)
In lexicomedy, a liquid that is good for preserving almost everything: Alcohol is a fluid that is good for keeping things safe, but alcohol is not good for keeping secrets or for self-control.
alcoholism (s) (noun), alcoholisms (pl)
In lexicolmedy, bourbonic plague: At college, the consumption of distilled whiskey became a kind of endemic among the students, and some students joked about it as being a case of alcoholism
alimony (lexicomedy)
The bounty of mutiny or the bounty after the mutiny.
aperitifs (lexicomedy)
Two robbers working together.
An award given to those who do not exercise.
What is done when people are dead.

Dictionary information. Dictionary sources of information:

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