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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 1988-10-28 issue of the Chicago Reader which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-20).

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32304 tokens ‧ 24585 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4473 types ‧ 37 (~ 0.827%) words before cleaning ‧ 

1988-10-28[edit]

  1. antibusiness
  2. antihumanitarian
    • 1988 October 28, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “Lawrence Bloom for Mayor?”, Chicago Reader:
      It's not all God. It's up to us to try to make things better and to try to protect people from antihumanitarian motives.
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  3. chumpy
    • 1988 October 28, Albert Williams, “Clever Conceptualizing”, Chicago Reader:
      The cast includes the standard complement of improv actors: one all-purpose woman (part clown, part sex object) and several chumpy guys, including director-producer Greg Nishimura, an improv veteran.
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  4. cochair
    • 1988 October 28, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “Lawrence Bloom for Mayor?”, Chicago Reader:
      Martin Cohen, administrative director of the Citizens Utility Board and cochair man of Network 44, the progressive political organization of the 44th Ward: "On our board are people working actively for Bloom, Davis, and Evans.
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  5. cochairman
  6. docksiders
    • 1988 October 28, Harold Henderson, “The City File”, Chicago Reader:
      The point is that I, with my crew-neck sweater and docksiders, came from her world; I could have been her next-door neighbor, even her son.
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  7. downstaters
  8. imagemakers
  9. inauthenticlity
    • 1988 October 28, Franklin Soults, “They Might Be Giants”, Chicago Reader:
      In fact, it was all performed with cheesy, synthesized instrumentation and broad, geeky singing that practically shrieked cynical inauthenticlity.
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  10. jaeger
    • 1988 October 28, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      We are also getting some sightings of jaegers, notably a pomarine jaeger on Lake Decatur.
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  11. jaegers
    • 1988 October 28, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      We are also getting some sightings of jaegers, notably a pomarine jaeger on Lake Decatur.
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  12. latino
    • 1988 October 28, Richard M. Aztlan, “Arrogance and Ignorance”, Chicago Reader:
      In offering this lame excuse the Reader totally ignores the significant differences that exist between the black and latino communities.
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  13. lightheadedness
    • 1988 October 28, Cecil Adams, “The Straight Dope”, Chicago Reader:
      The simplest explanation is that lack of oxygen causes lightheadedness, reducing inhibitions and enhancing the sexual experience.
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  14. nonbirders
    • 1988 October 28, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      For the nonbirders in the audience, I should explain that the Magic Hedge is a line of shrubbery that runs over the low hill that separates Montrose Harbor from Montrose Beach.
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  15. noninvolved
  16. nonracist
    • 1988 October 28, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “Lawrence Bloom for Mayor?”, Chicago Reader:
      I think the yuppies in Chicago have never had a candidate that they could vote for who was as much like them as I am, that is, professional, educated, nonracist, etc.
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  17. nonreviewable
    • 1988 October 28, Albert Williams, “Clever Conceptualizing”, Chicago Reader:
      Superman! the other effort by North Avenue Productions, is still in the nonreviewable developmental stage; but judging from the preview I saw last weekend, director Evan Gore and his company are making an effort to steer clear of the problems Hogan's Gyros has fallen prey to.
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  18. overstaffed
    • 1988 October 28, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “Lawrence Bloom for Mayor?”, Chicago Reader:
      Some departments are probably overstaffed.
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  19. poetics
    • 1988 October 28, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Bad Blood”, Chicago Reader:
      The true sources of Carax's style are neither Truffaut nor Godard but the silent cinema--its poetics of close-ups, gestures, and the mysteries of personality, its melancholy, its silence, and its innocence.
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  20. poignance
    • 1988 October 28, Bill Wyman, “More Songs About Politics and Sex”, Chicago Reader:
      But there's a poignance underneath--people who really don't care about stardom don't bother to sing about it.
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  21. pomarine
    • 1988 October 28, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, Chicago Reader:
      We are also getting some sightings of jaegers, notably a pomarine jaeger on Lake Decatur.
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  22. preconstructed
    • 1988 October 28, Franklin Soults, “They Might Be Giants”, Chicago Reader:
      The preconstructed melodies often caught more than such melodies usually catch, their fake textures were full of small surprises, and most of all their lyrics actually justified their postmodern settings by deconstructing instead of just ridiculing the pop form in which they were set.
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  23. preshow
    • 1988 October 28, Achy Obejas, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      The 400 Theatre, 6746 N. Sheridan, will show a new print of the cult classic tonight, Saturday, and Monday, along with a special live half-hour preshow at midnight.
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  24. presider
  25. presuperstar
    • 1988 October 28, Achy Obejas, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      Made on a shoestring and featuring Susan Sarandon in her presuperstar days, Rocky Horror and its mostly improvised audience participation still amaze.
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  26. redfaced
    • 1988 October 28, Holly Greenhagen, “Pub Crawling: Reptilian races at Deja Vu Downs”, Chicago Reader:
      The size of the audience varies, but both regulars and first-timers tend to cheer on the turtles; some even lean over the ropes, scream, and get redfaced.
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  27. riggish
    • 1988 October 28, Anthony Adler, “Antony and Cleopatra”, Chicago Reader:
      As Antony's famously blunt- lieutenant, Enobarbus, says in famously atypical moment of rapture: "Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety; other women cloy the appetites they feed, but she makes hungry where most she satisfies; for vilest things become themselves in her, that the holy priests bless her when she is riggish.
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  28. seducible
  29. soundstages
    • 1988 October 28, Neil Tesser, “Vinny Golia Quintet”, Chicago Reader:
      This is the west-coast take on structured freedom, and it's a wonderfully far cry from the film soundstages where too many LA jazzmen grow rich and stiff.
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  30. superlegislature
  31. unreciprocated
    • 1988 October 28, Bill Wyman, “More Songs About Politics and Sex”, Chicago Reader:
      A pacifism song, "Like Soldiers Do," burns; two ballads, "The Saturday Boy" and "St. Swithin's Day," are unadorned glimpses of unreciprocated love.
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