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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 1988-06-03 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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36508 tokens ‧ 27543 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5586 types ‧ 47 (~ 0.841%) words before cleaning ‧ 

1988-06-03[edit]

  1. antiauthoritarian
    • 1988 June 3, F.K. Plous Jr., “The Authenticists' Conundrum”, Chicago Reader:
      For good or ill, American society is becoming increasingly democratic and antiauthoritarian, and most Catholics are participating in the democratization of the total culture.
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  2. antojito
  3. authenticists
    • 1988 June 3, F.K. Plous Jr., “The Authenticists' Conundrum”, Chicago Reader:
      The authenticists are almost certainly correct in one assertion: The current situation cannot last.
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  4. blousy
    • 1988 June 3, Bryan Miller, “Elsewhere: Jim and Tammy's Heritage”, Chicago Reader:
      Here's the store where the women on televangelism programs must buy their dresses, simple, blousy, with padded shoulders, three-quarter-length sleeves, and lace collars.
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  5. botanas
    • 1988 June 3, Lawrence Rand, “Restaurant Tours: 21 years in a Mexican standby”, Chicago Reader:
      The guacamole and queso fundido (melted cheese with a slathering of chorizo sausage on top, spooned onto sections of flour tortilla) are excellent, and two botanas (assortments) offer items like chalupas (small crisp tortillas) not always found on Chicago menus.
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  6. bruiselike
    • 1988 June 3, Grant Pick, “A Philosopher's Life”, Chicago Reader:
      There was the fever; and bruiselike inflammations--what's called granulomatous hepatitis--were spotted on Thalberg's liver.
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  7. centerlessness
    • 1988 June 3, Anthony Adler, “Uncle Vanya; Pirosmani, Pirosmani . . .”, Chicago Reader:
      The pendant's bell is a measure of his mean-spirited egotism; the wife's contortions, a suggestion of her desperate centerlessness.
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  8. chalupas
    • 1988 June 3, Lawrence Rand, “Restaurant Tours: 21 years in a Mexican standby”, Chicago Reader:
      The guacamole and queso fundido (melted cheese with a slathering of chorizo sausage on top, spooned onto sections of flour tortilla) are excellent, and two botanas (assortments) offer items like chalupas (small crisp tortillas) not always found on Chicago menus.
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  9. cochair
  10. counterdemonstrators
    • 1988 June 3, Elliot Zashin, “Demonstration: An Incomplete Picture”, Chicago Reader:
      I don't condone the crude and racist slogans that spontaneous counterdemonstrators yelled at the pro-Palestinian protestors.
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  11. disinvestment
  12. gemlike
  13. jumbledly
    • 1988 June 3, Albert Williams, “Soul Rapture”, Chicago Reader:
      The costumes should be a key device to charting the passage of time and trends in this show, but Julie Jackson's designs are a confusing clutter of styles, tackily manufactured, and jumbledly arranged.
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  14. kipot
    • 1988 June 3, Rose Ann Chasman, “Unacceptable Level of Omissions”, Chicago Reader:
      As to "crashing the party," the Palestinian students who demonstrated in the hall had been admitted and were seated, kaffiyehs and all, right in the middle of the hall--just across the aisle from Jewish students wearing kipot (skullcaps).
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  15. leftish
    • 1988 June 3, Grant Pick, “A Philosopher's Life”, Chicago Reader:
      Senior, conservative politically, flaunted his wealth; Junior concealed his, except in his silent support of a number of leftish causes.
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  16. medicaid
    • 1988 June 3, Harold Henderson, “The City File”, Chicago Reader:
      Is the state's low-pay, slow-pay medicaid policy driving inner-city hospitals into bankruptcy?
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  17. mindreads
  18. misperceiving
    • 1988 June 3, Grant Pick, “A Philosopher's Life”, Chicago Reader:
      Finally he sounded a trumpet: "Visceral racists like ourselves, once we have stopped misperceiving things, have strong professed reasons for immediate and drastic change.
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  19. multiuse
    • 1988 June 3, Paul Botts, “A New Old Ballpark”, Chicago Reader:
      The new stadium and park would be lined on three sides with multiuse row house buildings containing commercial, office, and loft residential space.
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  20. natice
    • 1988 June 3, Lawrence Rand, “Restaurant Tours: 21 years in a Mexican standby”, Chicago Reader:
      There are unusual dishes like natice, jalapeno croustade cups filled with guacamole, chorizo, beans, beef, and a sour-cream topping, and puff pastries filled with chorizo.
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  21. nonangel
    • 1988 June 3, Laura Molzahn, “Into the Mystic”, Chicago Reader:
      In this first section, the nonangel is left comically in the dust, but in the second section a different dancer (Jeffery) is excluded.
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  22. nonauthoritarian
    • 1988 June 3, Grant Pick, “A Philosopher's Life”, Chicago Reader:
      He could be described, rather, as polite, scrupulous, and altogether nonauthoritarian.
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  23. operagoing
    • 1988 June 3, Grant Pick, “A Philosopher's Life”, Chicago Reader:
      The approach was to treat operagoing as a research project.
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  24. petallike
    • 1988 June 3, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      What looks like a single flower is actually a whole cluster of flowers, a dense central group of disk flowers--the black "eyes" of a black-eyed Susan--and a surrounding ring of petallike ray flowers.
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  25. poblanos
    • 1988 June 3, Lawrence Rand, “Restaurant Tours: 21 years in a Mexican standby”, Chicago Reader:
      It depends on whether the poblanos are from alkaline Mexican soil (hot) or the milder climate of California, but poblanos never achieve the heat of sport peppers or the all-time killers, smoked jalapenos (chipotles).
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  26. salability
    • 1988 June 3, Paul Botts, “A New Old Ballpark”, Chicago Reader:
      Bess said he has talked to several developers, and gotten "mixed reactions on the salability.
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  27. shortgrass
    • 1988 June 3, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      Lakeside daisies belong to a genus, Hymenoxys, whose center of abundance is in the west, particularly the dry, shortgrass prairies of the Great Plains.
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  28. stylization
    • 1988 June 3, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Scopophilia”, Chicago Reader:
      While the film opens and closes with one of his onstage Kabuki performances--both of them attended by Yamitaro, the pickpocket who figures as Yukinojo's male doppelganger--the remainder of the film runs the gamut from naturalism to Kabuki stylization, guaranteeing that nothing is ever quite what it seems initially.
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  29. successional
    • 1988 June 3, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      Her lakeside daisies--which favor the highest and driest land--would be introduced into disturbed ground, successional communities, weedy places in the process of changing back into healthy, stable, climax communities.
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  30. toughing
    • 1988 June 3, Lawrence Rand, “Restaurant Tours: 21 years in a Mexican standby”, Chicago Reader:
      Entering the restaurant pool with a splash isn't all that hard to do--remember Cucina Cucina?--but toughing it out over the long haul is another matter.
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  31. upperclass
    • 1988 June 3, Anthony Adler, “Uncle Vanya; Pirosmani, Pirosmani . . .”, Chicago Reader:
      Servants perform a soft-shoe, sliding back and forth in slick-bottomed boots; when nobody's looking, they beat the shit out of a harmless upperclass idiot.
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