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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 1988-01-29 issue of the Chicago Reader which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-16).

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45400 tokens ‧ 35457 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6045 types ‧ 53 (~ 0.877%) words before cleaning ‧ 

1988-01-29[edit]

  1. adultlike
    • 1988 January 29, S.L. Wisenberg, “Sorority Rush”, Chicago Reader:
      I wanted to do something adultlike.
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  2. arrhythmically
    • 1988 January 29, Justin Hayford, “Discovery in De Kalb”, Chicago Reader:
      These gestures, performed with the nonchalance of a daily chore, appeared and disappeared arrhythmically, weaving an intricate texture.
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  3. artsiness
    • 1988 January 29, Tom Boeker, “Thrill Seekers”, Chicago Reader:
      More likely, Nichols sensed his dramatic gimmick wasn't panning out, and so took refuge in the inscrutability of artsiness.
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  4. bullnecked
    • 1988 January 29, Ted Cox, “The Sports Section”, Chicago Reader:
      Tyson is bullnecked and broad-shouldered.
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  5. candida
    • 1988 January 29, James LeRoy, “Subduing the Yeast Within”, Chicago Reader:
      I'd like to thank you for your fine article on Environmental Illness and candida ["The Yeast of Our Problems," January 22].
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  6. chattery
    • 1988 January 29, S.L. Wisenberg, “Sorority Rush”, Chicago Reader:
      Some were fake and glib and chattery.
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  7. coscreenwriter
    • 1988 January 29, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Invitation to the Trance”, Chicago Reader:
      Like Jack's empty bedroom, this slice of nostalgia (written by coscreenwriter Lorenzo Mans) comes out of left field, yet lodges itself inextricably in the heart of the film, sending out pulsing waves in all directions.
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  8. coulotte
    • 1988 January 29, S.L. Wisenberg, “Sorority Rush”, Chicago Reader:
      As I write this, I wonder why I didn't wear my sleeveless blue-and-green sweater and coordinated coulotte skirt instead.
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  9. counterterrorist
    • 1988 January 29, Michael Miner, “Art of Our Arrogance/Rethinking Vietnam”, Chicago Reader:
      Henry Kissinger was there; so was Robert Komer, the CIA officer who ran the counterterrorist "pacification" program in 1967 and '68; authors Norman Podhoretz, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Jean-Francois Revel (How Democracies Perish); Colonel Harry Summers Jr., author of the highly critical reassessment On Strategy; several Vietnamese emigres; and many others.
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  10. dischargers
    • 1988 January 29, Harold Henderson, “City File”, Chicago Reader:
      "Over 90% of the dischargers examined were in violation of permit limits.
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  11. dissatisfying
  12. doomsters
    • 1988 January 29, Dorothy Samachson, “Dance Notes: remembering Antony Tudor, conscience of the ABT”, Chicago Reader:
      Chase and Pleasant may have been innocents, but they were smarter than the doomsters who predicted that Chase would lose her fortune, for their New York company, the Ballet Theatre (later the American Ballet Theatre), got off to a phenomenally successful start.
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  13. dungeonlike
    • 1988 January 29, Kitry Krause, “Casting Out the Nazis”, Chicago Reader:
      The massive bricks and low arches of this hall make it dungeonlike, even ovenlike.
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  14. emigres
    • 1988 January 29, Michael Miner, “Art of Our Arrogance/Rethinking Vietnam”, Chicago Reader:
      Henry Kissinger was there; so was Robert Komer, the CIA officer who ran the counterterrorist "pacification" program in 1967 and '68; authors Norman Podhoretz, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Jean-Francois Revel (How Democracies Perish); Colonel Harry Summers Jr., author of the highly critical reassessment On Strategy; several Vietnamese emigres; and many others.
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  15. fantastique
    • 1988 January 29, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Invitation to the Trance”, Chicago Reader:
      And certainly the film's free-floating fantasy and the blatant transparency of its narrative--its capacity to be seen for the artifice that it is--are a lot closer to fantastique than they are to the more logically circumscribed forms of fancy celebrated in this country.
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  16. faves
    • 1988 January 29, Achy Obejas, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      Members of the ward's regular organization will pick faves for president and various local offices.
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  17. feistily
    • 1988 January 29, Michael Miner, “Art of Our Arrogance/Rethinking Vietnam”, Chicago Reader:
      She pictured the runty Marine general--a veteran of the Nicaraguan campaigns--standing feistily between opposing texts.
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  18. imagistic
  19. interdistrict
    • 1988 January 29, Steve Bogira, “School Desegregation”, Chicago Reader:
      Thus, lower courts have ordered or presided over settlements that have required states to ante up large sums of desegregation aid--money to be used both for interdistrict programs that help desegregate the central city schools and for compensatory programs for city schools that will remain segregated.
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  20. intradistrict
    • 1988 January 29, Steve Bogira, “Interdistrict Transfer”, Chicago Reader:
      After a federal district court ordered school desegregation in Milwaukee in 1976, the Wisconsin legislature passed a law providing incentives for transfers of schoolchildren in the metropolitan area, both intradistrict and interdistrict.
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  21. introitus
    • 1988 January 29, Cecil Adams, “The Straight Dope”, Chicago Reader:
      Now, far be it from me to add insult to injury, but how could you be so klutzy that you "missed the introitus"?
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  22. liberationist
    • 1988 January 29, Achy Obejas, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      She is a fighter, an agronomist, an author, an administrator, a liberationist, and a mother.
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  23. neocolonial
    • 1988 January 29, Michael Miner, “Art of Our Arrogance/Rethinking Vietnam”, Chicago Reader:
      One of the things that was a sin of ours, and the neocolonial arrangement we tried to produce, was that we had all the answers and they had none.
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  24. noncondemning
    • 1988 January 29, S.L. Wisenberg, “Sorority Rush”, Chicago Reader:
      I was fair and civil and noncondemning.
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  25. nonquota
    • 1988 January 29, Steve Bogira, “School Desegregation”, Chicago Reader:
      More "nonquota" teachers--teachers not assigned to a classroom but to a special program--are allotted magnet schools than segregated schools; that accounts for most of the funding disparity.
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  26. numerological
    • 1988 January 29, Achy Obejas, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      If you can't make up your mind whether to choose astrological, numerological, or some other type of spiritual guidance, don't worry.
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  27. ovenlike
    • 1988 January 29, Kitry Krause, “Casting Out the Nazis”, Chicago Reader:
      The massive bricks and low arches of this hall make it dungeonlike, even ovenlike.
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  28. overmilitarized
  29. patness
    • 1988 January 29, Anthony Adler, “K-2/The Indian Wants the Bronx”, Chicago Reader:
      The setup's almost laughably pat, and nothing that follows mitigates that patness.
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  30. pseudovirgins
    • 1988 January 29, S.L. Wisenberg, “Sorority Rush”, Chicago Reader:
      Back-stabbing, gossiping pseudovirgins, getting together only for group vomits.
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  31. rehabber
  32. rushee
    • 1988 January 29, S.L. Wisenberg, “Sorority Rush”, Chicago Reader:
      Another rushee answered, "One that does a lot.
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  33. studenthood
    • 1988 January 29, S.L. Wisenberg, “Sorority Rush”, Chicago Reader:
      On the way to my office I imagined Cynthia as a chrysalis, my imposed burden of studenthood, falling off me, drifting into the night.
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  34. surefootedly
    • 1988 January 29, Renaldo Migaldi, “Phil Alvin”, Chicago Reader:
      You can listen to Alvin's excellent Un"Sung Stories," an LP that for my money equals anything the Blasters ever did: accompanied by the Sun Ra Arkestra and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, among others, Alvin ambles surefootedly through a musician's gallery of Americana, calling our attention to songs like "Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn" and "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime.
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  35. testicularity
    • 1988 January 29, Tom Boeker, “Thrill Seekers”, Chicago Reader:
      Plainly, James is a dickhead who lacks testicularity.
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  36. tubelike
    • 1988 January 29, Cecil Adams, “The Straight Dope”, Chicago Reader:
      At risk are the corpora cavernosa, the two tubelike masses of tissue that run through the center of the penis.
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  37. unbagged
    • 1988 January 29, Tom Boeker, “Thrill Seekers”, Chicago Reader:
      Since the cat is unbagged in the first act, most of the play concerns James's maneuvering between bouts of reconciliation and backsliding.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. accounta -> maybe on accounta?
  2. phscolograms -> appears to fail independence criterion; see w:PHSCologram
    • 1988 January 29, Harold Henderson, “City File”, Chicago Reader:
      "(Art)n's phscolograms participate in this dialogue regarding the new reality," we read in the catalog for the (Art)n group's exhibition at Fermilab.
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