1. A dictionary of addiction.
2. A dictionary of addition.
3. A dictionary that people can't stop reading.
1. "Hey Charlie, what's it mean when someone wants to smoke a lot of crack and stuff?"
"I don't know, Frank, look it up in the addictionary."
"Thanks Charlie, have you seen my pipe?"
2. "Hey Charlie, this dictionary seems incomplete, what should I do now?"
"Go get an addictionary."
"Thanks, hey, is that like when you go online and read about words that are being introduced into pop culture?"
"Its more than that. That's why its an addictionary."
"Shouldn't it be an additionary?"
3. "Hey Charlie, I can't get enough of these definitions!"
"Are you into that addictionary again?"
"Yeah, and I should really start thinking about eating something too."
A form of addiction you get from frequently writing definitions of obscure or made-up words.
Tony is suffering from addictionary. He keeps making up words like shereen
and carte d'or
An addiction to reading the dictionary or learning new words or phrases resulting in possibly overusing them in your daily vocabulary.
She has trouble with addictionary.
We know you have an additionary problem -- but stop using all those big words! We don't understand you!
A perfect way to avoid doing any real work
Tony's Addictionary problem eventually resulted in his dismissal as Manager
A list of someone's addictions.
Last month Derek introduced me to Fruit Ninja and I feel like I've been playing it nonstop since. It's a solid entry in my addictionary at this point.
A book which features cures for addictions like smoking and alcohol.
Person 1: I really can't stop smoking.
Person 2: You may want to look for help in the addictionary.
A person whose compulsion is to run to a dictionary at every opportunity.
John is such an addictionary that he never gets past the headlines.