The Almost-Dictionary contains definitions only for almost-words. Almost-words, like almost-count (settle for a pretty good estimate), are t to be found in the almost-standard dictionaries (Merriam-Webster, Oxford, etc.). Other examples of almost-words: almost-all (most), almost-catch (fumble), almost-cure (treatment), almost-giraffe (zebra), almost-news (a message that doesn't sufficiently inform), almost-run (jog), almost-science (techlogy), and so on. Things are rarely pure or perfect. There's usually a gap between the way things are and the way we would like things to be. The almost-standard dictionaries leave a lot of definitions out, hence the need for the likes of: Jeff Foxworthy's The Redneck Dictionary, Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary, and The Dictionary of American Slang. The Almost-Dictionary may be of interest to those that stock dictionaries, reference books, business and especially quality-related reference books, or humor books.