Dictionary with a Touch of Humor

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

dead
Metaphysically challenged.
definitionary (s) (noun), definitionaries (pl)
The utilization of contents that originate in an unlimited variety of techniques: humorous, figurative, and linguistic; utilizing wit worthy words with the intention of amusing readers: Roland continually tried to create definitionaries which would amuse his readers with such presentations as, "an egotist is someone who is usually me-deep in conversation."

Another example of a definitionary entry is, "acupuncture is a jab well done."

dictionary [lexicomedy]
1. A book in which one word continually leads to another.
2. A publication that is always changing the subject on every page.
3. A book that is bound to be of use to everyone who needs verbal clarifications except when a definition contains another form of the same word and never explains the meanings of any of the various forms.
4. The universe arranged in alphabetical order.
dictionary of lexicomedy (s) (noun), dictionaries of lexicomedies (pl)
A publication that is bound to provide humor which emphasizes linguicomedy or definitional wit: "A dictionary of lexicomedy provides examples of facetious or humorous definitions."
dictionary spelling (lexicomedy)
A reference in which you can not find out how a word is spelled unless you already have a reasonably good idea as to how it is spelled.
diet
A form of wishful shrinking.
dieting
Corporal downsizing.
dieting
Life in the fast lane.
divorce papers
Rift certificates.
dockyard
A physician's garden, doc yard.
doing nothing
A condition that makes it difficult to know when we have finished.
downward
Adopted duckling.
egotist
Someone who is usually me-deep in conversation.
embezzling
Banky-panky.
exaggeration
Reality augumentation.

Dictionary information. Dictionary sources of information:

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