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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-06 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-04).

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100334 tokens ‧ 70701 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9172 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.349%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-06[edit]

  1. antirollover
  2. antistar
  3. archivally
    • 2007 April 6, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      Otherwise, this archivally exact production, directed by Bob Avian, feels like a vintage car that has been taken out of the garage, polished up and sent on the road once again (2:00).
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  4. basepaths
    • 2007 April 6, Ben Shpigel, “Mets’ Reyes Is Adding Thunder to His Lightning”, New York Times:
      Tom Glavine said he could think of only three players aside from Reyes — Henderson, Soriano and Rafael Furcal — who wreak as much havoc at the plate as they do on the basepaths.
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  5. birdwings
    • 2007 April 6, Jennifer Steinhauer, “Wildlife Smugglers Test Their Skills, Even at the Airport”, New York Times:
      Last year, a Japanese man who trafficked in Queen Alexandra’s birdwings, one of the largest butterflies in the world, was arrested, as were four people accused of wheeling and dealing in endangered dragon fish.
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  6. chapeaus
    • 2007 April 6, New York Times[1]:
      And one key part of the tradition, the Easter bonnet, has survived, though now the custom-made chapeaus and top hats are joined by towering creations involving action figures, stuffed animals, feathers, and of course eggs.
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  7. frothily
    • 2007 April 6, Somini Sengupta, “As Musharraf’s Woes Grow, Enter an Old Rival, Again”, New York Times:
      Familial ties, and particularly familial sacrifice, play extremely well in this part of the world, and Aroon Purie, the editor of the newsweekly India Today, which sponsored the dinner, deployed them frothily in Ms. Bhutto’s favor.
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  8. inspirationally
    • 2007 April 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Even nearing 60, he remains an inspirationally feral performer, and on past tours the reunited Stooges have ably summoned some of the raw, menacing groove that made them one of the primary godfathers of punk rock.
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  9. kaffeeklatsch *
  10. lorises
  11. loverboys
    • 2007 April 6, Virginia Heffernan, “On Gilded Sharks and Loverboys”, New York Times:
      When, a few episodes into the season, he accosts his therapist (Nora Dunn) on the golf course, to give him some help , you know the series is back and better than ever, and that we would all be fools not to sign with old Ari and his band of loverboys for one more season.
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  12. makai
  13. mauka
  14. microfame
    • 2007 April 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      But if the band’s three sold-out shows this week at the Bowery Ballroom are any indication, it is still basking in the microfame bestowed over the last year by zealous bloggers.
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  15. midinning
    • 2007 April 6, Alan Schwarz, “Throwing Batters Curves Before Throwing a Pitch”, New York Times:
      Like everyone else, Venditte gets only eight warm-up pitches upon entering a game and five before any inning, whether he chooses to throw left-handed or right-handed, and may not warm up again if he changes arms midinning.
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  16. misrouted
    • 2007 April 6, Shaila Dewan, “An S O S for 911 Systems in Age of High-Tech”, New York Times:
      As it ages, it is cracking, with problems like system overload, understaffing, misrouted calls and bug-ridden databases leading to unanswered calls and dangerous errors.
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  17. nonnutritive
  18. nonsugars
  19. pentobarbital
    • 2007 April 6, Bridget L. Goodbody, “Shedding Light on America’s Dark Recesses”, New York Times:
      Her portrait of Don James, an Oregon cancer patient and advocate for the state’s law permitting physician-assisted suicide, captures him as he has filled his prescription for a lethal dose of pentobarbital.
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  20. pickoff
  21. pictogramlike
    • 2007 April 6, Martha Schwendener, “Material Muse for Some Strange Bedfellows”, New York Times:
      Below these pictogramlike images is text, standard for Mr. Brannon in its emphasis on paranoia, careerism, consumption and excess.
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  22. pocking
  23. portraitlike
    • 2007 April 6, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      Known for his interest in capturing the peculiarities of contemporary life, often in small-scale, portraitlike works, Mr. Keigwin has now turned his attention to the Big Apple.
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  24. postperformance
    • 2007 April 6, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      While the provocative burlesque spectacles that can unfold at Keigwin Kabaret (with Julian Barnett, above) are in no need of young-audience outreach, the Skirball evening is specifically aimed at drawing a youthful crowd, and will include postperformance dance parties with a live D.J. In an e-mail invitation, Mr. Keigwin described the Kabaret as a bachelor party (“bawdy and restless”).
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  25. prehuman
    • 2007 April 6, New York Times[2]:
      In the recently opened Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, there are more than 200 casts of prehuman and human fossils and artifacts that illustrate stages in physical and behavioral evolution.
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  26. pupping
  27. saddlemaker
    • 2007 April 6, Edward Rothstein, “An Upgrade for Ye Olde History Park”, New York Times:
      But further debate was not to be heard until later, leaving time to check in with the saddlemaker, with whom I discussed battles in the not-yet-fought Revolutionary War. Then it was off to a small room of another 18th-century building, where I overheard three slaves debating alternatives after reading a declaration from Dunmore promising them freedom if they escaped and joined him in defense of the crown.
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  28. superagent
    • 2007 April 6, Virginia Heffernan, “On Gilded Sharks and Loverboys”, New York Times:
      Can he really continue playing Ari Gold, the jerk superagent, without getting delusions and landing in ego-disorder rehab?
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  29. understaffing
    • 2007 April 6, Shaila Dewan, “An S O S for 911 Systems in Age of High-Tech”, New York Times:
      As it ages, it is cracking, with problems like system overload, understaffing, misrouted calls and bug-ridden databases leading to unanswered calls and dangerous errors.
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  30. unlikability

Sequestered[edit]

  1. hyperglib