If I’m in your shoes, I’ll just cut myself loose from WK right after getting 60 (or even earlier) as you’re living and breathing Japanese anyways!
There’s no harm in using a dictionary especially if it’s in your target language (Japanese) just think of it as part of your immersion. Since you already know that immersion works for you, you can basically recall Kanji (through how it is used as a word) by repeatedly encountering it. You should note that WK is not a resource for vocabulary, as vocabulary is mostly used to reinforce the Kanji to memory.
Truth be told, I’ve just started learning Japanese this September from basically zero knowledge except from anime. However, I’ve surprised myself of how far I’ve come in a short span of time. I’m no genius, but I can now read and understand NHK Web News Easy articles which is unimaginable to me four months ago.
So to how I started, after learning hiragana/katakana from Tofugu (super effective) I started WK and Genki I. Continued to but dropped Genki II at chapter 19 because I hate the Genki way of teaching. Genki is very hand holdy (like being at school again) and the Japanese sentence is structured and explained through the lens of an English speaker. If anything, I was thankful for the hours memorizing the readings and meanings from its vocabulary sheet which is very helpful every time I encounter the reading in WK and articles with furigana.
So I moved onto Tae Kim’s Guide to Japanese which is straightforward and seems to be written for the big boys and girls. I reinforce the grammar points through an anki deck because I don’t have funds for Bunpro.
During all these grammar studies I was also immersing through reading. I started with Tadoku graded readers. Got bored at around level 3-4 which made me read N5 level watanoc articles. Breezed through them (I can finish 8 articles a day) because it’s really that easy. Some articles also have an audio track which can help with listening practice.
At N4 articles I’ve reached a roadblock as my WK level haven’t caught up with the JLPT level. So I started reading NHK Web News Easy articles which is geared for Japanese kids and learners. Its usage of grammar is quite basic, so the only limiting factor is the Kanji and related jargon.
Then, out of the blue I tried to read a grammar book that’s in Japanese titled Tadoku and it’s surprisingly easy. Currently I’m two chapters in and enjoying the learning experience.
I won’t delve onto the other path’s I’ve tried (which didn’t work or plain bored me) to learn Japanese. So what I’ve summarized above is what worked for me. After Tobira I’ll gradually increase the difficulty of what I’m reading and maybe I can finally read doujin- er I mean manga, light novels, and Japanese subbed shows. I may also start to do some listening/talking practice.
That’s it so far. Since you’re basically more fluent in Japanese compared to me, I think WK won’t be as much use to you.