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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-05 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-01).

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68481 tokens ‧ 50140 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7448 types ‧ 26 (~ 0.349%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-02-05[edit]

  1. anticavity
  2. anticommercial
    • 2007 February 5, Sia Michel, “Extravagance (and Shoe Love) in the Rise of a Despot”, New York Times:
      So, later, when people gave the show several standing ovations, were they applauding the enticing performances, the obvious potential of “Here Lies Love” or the fact that Mr. Byrne is an immensely charming artist who loves to take anticommercial risks?
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  3. autoharp
    • 2007 February 5, Ben Ratliff, “Free Spirits in a Groove That’s Folky and Tribal”, New York Times:
      Next, Adem, — a k a Adam Ilhan, an English singer-songwriter — played harmonium, guitar, tiny bells and autoharp, and sang about comfort and humility and love on other planets.
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  4. beachful
  5. buildable
  6. cartoonlike
  7. glissandos
    • 2007 February 5, Vivien Schweitzer, “Hungarian Music, Tribute and Memorial”, New York Times:
      In Endre Szervanszky’s pointillist, abstract, 12-tone “Six Pieces for Orchestra” (1959) a huge percussion section forms a background for glissandos, pizzicatos and darting flashes of woodwind color.
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  8. keeling
  9. micromanager
    • 2007 February 5, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      The No. 2 spot and $13 million were taken by the romantic comedy “Because I Said So” (Universal), starring Diane Keaton as the micromanager of her three grown daughters’ lives.
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  10. multitracked
    • 2007 February 5, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Claustrophobic with multitracked vocals and baroque effects, the album lacks the wiry catchiness of hits like “Banquet.”
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  11. overturner
    • 2007 February 5, Ben Ratliff, “Free Spirits in a Groove That’s Folky and Tribal”, New York Times:
      Finally came Mr. Banhart, who was happily complicated: he served as comic relief, loud contrast, an embodiment of the music’s stereotypes and an overturner of them.
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  12. pizzicatos
    • 2007 February 5, Vivien Schweitzer, “Hungarian Music, Tribute and Memorial”, New York Times:
      In Endre Szervanszky’s pointillist, abstract, 12-tone “Six Pieces for Orchestra” (1959) a huge percussion section forms a background for glissandos, pizzicatos and darting flashes of woodwind color.
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  13. postmarketing
    • 2007 February 5, “Moving Toward Greater Drug Safety”, New York Times:
      Last September, the Institute of Medicine, part of the National Academy of Sciences, issued a report decrying the big imbalance between premarketing and postmarketing regulation.
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  14. postmatch
    • 2007 February 5, Reuters, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      ITALIANS VOW TO FIGHT HOOLIGANISM Stadiums that fail to adopt tough anti-hooliganism measures could be banned from staging soccer games next season, Italy’s top sporting body, the Italian Olympic Committee, said yesterday after the death of a police officer Friday in postmatch rioting in Sicily.
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  15. premarketing
    • 2007 February 5, “Moving Toward Greater Drug Safety”, New York Times:
      Last September, the Institute of Medicine, part of the National Academy of Sciences, issued a report decrying the big imbalance between premarketing and postmarketing regulation.
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  16. sequoian
    • 2007 February 5, Alessandra Stanley, “The Sitcom Question: Tie the Knot or Not?”, New York Times:
      His poker-faced timing makes the most of even mediocre one-liners, and beneath sequoian impassivity lurks an engagingly warm persona.
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  17. swoony
    • 2007 February 5, Alessandra Stanley, “The Sitcom Question: Tie the Knot or Not?”, New York Times:
      ABC still has a few classic mom-and-dad sitcoms on its roster, like “According to Jim,” but it always harbored a hankering for swoony romance, from the days of “Moonlighting” and “Dynasty” to the current crop of comedies about sex and love: “Ugly Betty, “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Men in Trees.”
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  18. tams
  19. torrentially
    • 2007 February 5, Richard Sandomir, “More Questions Than Answers (or Mud)”, New York Times:
      It rained torrentially, which has never happened during a Super Bowl, yet the grass, and the layers of sand packed beneath it at Dolphin Stadium, did not yield a natural combination: mud.
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  20. waistlong
  21. windborne
  22. wormers
    • 2007 February 5, Rick Moranis, “12 Rms, 8 Bths, 38 Wind Turbines”, New York Times:
      If demand for the herbs is high we can add more wormers to the lobby and basement.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. mudlessness
    • 2007 February 5, Richard Sandomir, “More Questions Than Answers (or Mud)”, New York Times:
      NBC’s John Madden, whose heart lies in the offensive line, would have mentioned it and would have wallowed in questions about the mudlessness.
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