A pun-cascade from several of the usual suspects at P.U.N.Y.
Amazon.com currently is advertising their new students’ dictionary
full of erroneous information: Flunk and Wagnalls.
There’s a new word compendium aimed directly at the homeless
community. It’s called the “Under-a-bridge Dictionary.”
I’ve always enjoyed thumbing through specialized dictionaries, but it bugs
me that I can’t find one on entomology.
What famous dictionary publishing house is patronized by NBA players?
A woman who wants to avoid a man’s advances can find the right words to turn
him down with in the dick-shun-ary.
A dictionary for the hearing impaired has deafinitions.
Does a dictionary with verbiage about songs vocalized without words offer
I know a man who decided to write a song using all of the words in the
It began something like–It takes a wordy man to sing a wordy song.
I am not wordy of the honor (or offer) you are bestowing on me tonight.
Would the opposite of “uncle” be its auntonym?