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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 1988-07-08 issue of the Chicago Reader (2009-01-17).

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39131 tokens ‧ 29406 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5596 types ‧ 70 (~ 1.251%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. analingual
    • 1988, Robert Hurwitt, Reading: Semisincerely, Mark Twain[1]:
      Some are so intensely private they make you feel like a voyeur--James Joyce's salaciously analingual letters to his wife, at the opposite extreme.
  2. aroog
    • 1988, Lawrence Rand, Restaurant Tours: dinner in a strange land[2]:
      Featured appetizers are aroog (minced chicken fritters) and tomato palak bhat (tomato/spinach/rice cakes); the entrees are green peppers and shrimp in sesame seed sauce, and roasted snapper with walnut chutney.
  3. outcounterpunched
    • 1988, Ted Cox, The Sports Section[3]:
      Quite simply, he outcounterpunched Spinks immediately.
  4. sabor
    • 1988, Achy Obejas, Calendar[4]:
      When Victor and the gang heat up the floor at the Moosehead Bar & Grill, it's pure sabor.
  5. semiflirtatious
    • 1988, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Celine and Julie Go Boating[5]:
      Its slow, sensual beginning stages a mysterious, semiflirtatious meeting between a shy librarian (Dominique Labourier) and a nightclub magician (Juliet Berto).
  6. tootski
    • 1988, Muriel and Maury Schmidt, Sunday Afternoon in a Motel Room With Derrick[6]:
      Little tootski on the sly.