It’s time for some more homophones! If you don’t now what homophone is, it’s a word that is pronounced the same way as another word with a different meaning, such carat and carrot. What I’m doing isn’t quite like that but similar. It’s inspired by the long running, comedy radio show I’M SORRY I HAVEN’T A CLUE and its UXBRIDGE ENGLISH DICTIONARY. A few months ago I listed a bunch of new and improved definitions to existing words (you can find them here) and I’m back with a new crop of meanings and punnery. Enjoy!
Wherewithal – A very versatile item of clothing.
Urology – The study of female sheep.
Antidote – To detest someone.
Cloves – What cockneys wear.
Boulangerie – Bread based sexy French underwear and night attire.
Stagflation – An inflatable deer.
Maltese – A flirtatious shopping center.
Dreadnought – Someone with a zero phobia.
Discern (1) – To slag off the Large Hadron Collider.
Discern (2) – To no longer receive a salary.
Mutilation – A silent state of great joy or pride.
Undercurrent – A raisin capable of stepping in for another at short notice.
Pleasantry – A good looking tree.
Epilogue – Fitful lumber.
Aspic – Something you do when you have an itchy bottom.
Vanish – Rather like a van.
Palish – Kind of like a friend.
Lavish – Kind of like a toilet.
Gloat – A phosphorescent yacht.
Questionnaire – Someone who contests a will.
‘Imposing – A male model.
Collage – Art school.
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