This is a word the webmaster maded up to describe a single word that has meanings that contradict each other. Example of an Antagonym: A current example would be BAD. There is the normal meaning and the slang meaning of good (sometimes pronounced baad for emphasis).
This is a humorous, cynical dictionary written by American writer Ambrose Bierce and published in 1911. Since the material here represents the view of one individual and was written in the early years of this century, there may be material here that you will find sexist, nationalist, racist, or just generally offensive.
This is a glossary of management terms. The owner of the site believes that when management uses jargon to clarify a point it frequently obscures the truth; and he believes that occasionally, management may use jargon to hide their own lack of knowledge when answering a questions.
This site offers free sample definitions taken from the original book, The Cynic's Dictionary, by Rick Bayan. These definitions are outrageously funny as they take a cynical view of the world. This site is not for children.
This is the online edition of the classic Gideon Wurdz book originally published in 1904. An exhausting work of reference to un-certain English words, their origin, meaning, legitimate and illegitimate use, confused by a few pictures by Wallace Goldsmith.
This site contains over 350 skeptical definitions covering topics ranging from alternative medicine; cryptozoology; extraterrestrials and UFOs; frauds and hoaxes; junk science; New Age energy; the paranormal, the psychic, to religion. Like any form of skepticism, the contents of this site can only be digested in small doses, but if you can stomach the negativity there are some amusing and interesting entries.