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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 1988-05-20 issue of the Chicago Reader which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-17).

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42872 tokens ‧ 32097 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5859 types ‧ 48 (~ 0.819%) words before cleaning ‧ 

1988-05-20[edit]

  1. buddhistic
    • 1988 May 20, Harold Henderson, “The City File”, Chicago Reader:
      & the whole Beat, blues, buddhistic road, passing through Whitman, Africa, opera & Greece.
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  2. cantal
    • 1988 May 20, Daniel Santow, “Restaurant Tours: you loved the movie, now eat the dinner”, Chicago Reader:
      At Cafe Provencal, the meal costs $120 ($90 sans wines) and consists of turtle soup with veal quenelles; blini Demidoff, served with creme fraiche and more than a dollop of Sevruga caviar; quail stuffed with goose foie gras and truffles in puff-pastry nests surrounded by a sauce perigourdine; a salad of four greens and walnuts; a kirsch-soaked cake served with whipped cream, raspberries, strawberries, and cherries; a plate of cheese with an aromatic cantal, a soothing fourme d'Ambert, and an ash-divided morbier; and finally, a plate of fruit--figs, papaya, mango, pineapple, grapes, and dates.
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  3. caricatural
    • 1988 May 20, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Vampires in Havana”, Chicago Reader:
      This is almost as much fun as it sounds: a Cuban feature-length animated film (by Juan Padron) that makes fun of horror and gangster movies in a bawdy and caricatural style.
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  4. champagnes
  5. codirector
    • 1988 May 20, Albert Williams, “The Wars of the Roses”, Chicago Reader:
      Certain actors clearly have senior status in getting the meatiest roles: company codirector Michael Pennington, having played a poetic Richard II and a shrewd Henry V, becomes a rambunctious rebel leader Jack Cade in Henry VI: .
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  6. craniocerebral
    • 1988 May 20, Jack Clark, “Touch of Death”, Chicago Reader:
      After an internal examination he found that "the cause of death was craniocerebral injury with subarachnoid hemorrhage and internal abdomen injury with perforation of the intestine and acute peritonitis.
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  7. creches
    • 1988 May 20, Achy Obejas, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      It has also helped atheists challenge the placing of religious symbols, such as creches, on municipal property.
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  8. cultishly
    • 1988 May 20, Ted Shen, “Chicago Ensemble”, Chicago Reader:
      1, a gem of French romanticism cultishly cherished by those with a taste for exaggerated languor and melodic flights of fancy.
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  9. factualness
    • 1988 May 20, David Schmoller, “And Now--Fictional Journalism”, Chicago Reader:
      And it raises questions about the factualness of your paper as a whole.
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  10. funkification
    • 1988 May 20, Neil Tesser, “Les McCann & Eddie Harris”, Chicago Reader:
      But more telling was the chemical combustion between McCann's soulful, feelgood keyboard work and Harris's wry funkification.
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  11. goopy
    • 1988 May 20, Daniel Santow, “Restaurant Tours: you loved the movie, now eat the dinner”, Chicago Reader:
      "Through all the world sounds one long cry from the heart of the artists: 'Give me leave to do my utmost.'" Well, Babette's a cook, not a toastmistress, but this makes the sisters feel all warm and goopy inside.
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  12. nonexpert
    • 1988 May 20, Jack Clark, “Touch of Death”, Chicago Reader:
      "What looks like a continuous line to the nonexpert," Carey says.
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  13. palmar
    • 1988 May 20, Jack Clark, “Touch of Death”, Chicago Reader:
      "A latent print on the palmar surface of our hands and the plantar surfaces of our foot is a scan that is entirely different from the scan on the rest of our bodies.
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  14. popelet
    • 1988 May 20, Frank Palmer, “The Bible Makes Them Do It”, Chicago Reader:
      The freedom of the individual conscience is replaced by the dictates of the denominational or congregational popelet.
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  15. prepunk
    • 1988 May 20, Franklin Soults, “Meat Puppets”, Chicago Reader:
      In their chugging, off-key tunefulness they're a lot like those ever-searching, prepunk hippie monoliths the Grateful Dead, but I swear, there are moments on Huevos when they're also a dead ringer for early ZZ Top.
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  16. pries
    • 1988 May 20, Michael Ervin, “Moving the Big Cats”, Chicago Reader:
      Perry pries his mouth open as if she were about to dazzle the crowd by inserting her head.
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  17. pseudoarena
    • 1988 May 20, Franklin Soults, “Meat Puppets”, Chicago Reader:
      Over the past seven years they've picked through hard-core, country, bucolic psychedelia, even guitar-heavy, pseudoarena rock, and sadly their efforts have gone from being movingly inchoate to merely irrelevant.
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  18. pseudodocumentary
    • 1988 May 20, Lawrence Bommer, “Cardiff Giant's Comedy Sideshow”, Chicago Reader:
      You cant be careful with comedy.) A sort of pseudodocumentary, "Kaleidoscope" takes a generic event--here, "Sally gets a second cat"--and describes it through rapid-fire testimony from "witnesses" (their roles are given them by the audience)--Sally, the second cat, a neighbor's dog, etc.
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  19. puppetlike
    • 1988 May 20, Dorothy Samachson, “Wendy Perron Dance Company”, Chicago Reader:
      Down Like Rain contrasted the relationships between Bush and Tim Buckley, as two puppetlike characters, and Shick and Fleming--barefoot, long-limbed, and elegant in movement.
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  20. roundtrip
  21. saxicolor
  22. saxman
    • 1988 May 20, Neil Tesser, “Les McCann & Eddie Harris”, Chicago Reader:
      It's been 19 years since keyboardist Les McCann and saxman Eddie Harris first joined forces at the Montreux Jazz Festival--an occasion preserved on the wildly popular LP Swiss Movement--so it's about time to try it again, don't you think?
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  23. shortgrass
    • 1988 May 20, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      The original centers of abundance of upland sandpipers were the shortgrass and mixed-grass prairies of the Great Plains.
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  24. subarachnoid
    • 1988 May 20, Jack Clark, “Touch of Death”, Chicago Reader:
      After an internal examination he found that "the cause of death was craniocerebral injury with subarachnoid hemorrhage and internal abdomen injury with perforation of the intestine and acute peritonitis.
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  25. superagencies
  26. tightlipped
    • 1988 May 20, Albert Williams, “The Wars of the Roses”, Chicago Reader:
      The tightlipped June Watson is astonishing in her single-minded vindictiveness as the autocratic Queen Margaret, whose refusal to acquiesce in her husband King Henry VI's dethronement leads her through a procession of atrocities committed by and eventually against her.
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  27. unbiblical
    • 1988 May 20, Frank Palmer, “The Bible Makes Them Do It”, Chicago Reader:
      A thousand have rejected segregation because it was unbiblical for every one who rejected it because it was unconstitutional.
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  28. underpraised
    • 1988 May 20, Neil Tesser, “Les McCann & Eddie Harris”, Chicago Reader:
      (When Eddie Harris plays a butt-bashing funk line, he seems to be winking at you in the process.) I could spend a long time extolling the underpraised Harris--no modern tenor player has greater control of the instrument; his solos, complex but clear, resemble the brilliantly playful games of teenage math prodigies; his scat singing offers a startling re-creation of his idiosyncratic sax style--but you get the picture.
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  29. unengaging
    • 1988 May 20, Tom Boeker, “Four Portraits of Mothers”, Chicago Reader:
      Perhaps it was the way she peered at the TV--myopia followed by disgust--that reminded me of my late Aunt Nanny, but even this impression was slight and unengaging.
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  30. vised
  31. yucksters
    • 1988 May 20, Lawrence Bommer, “Cardiff Giant's Comedy Sideshow”, Chicago Reader:
      Much less ambitious, Sideshow is in effect the north-side version of Avant-Garfielde, the ad-lib comedy these eight yucksters have created weekly for the last three years at Jimmy's Woodlawn Tap in Hyde Park.
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  32. zookeeps
    • 1988 May 20, Michael Ervin, “Moving the Big Cats”, Chicago Reader:
      The zookeeps grunt and groan and struggle for their footing as they pass Ajax over the rail and carry him into the cage.
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