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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-12 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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97122 tokens ‧ 71681 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8712 types ‧ 42 (~ 0.482%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-12[edit]

  1. antifog
    • 2007 April 12, Joyce Wadler, “The Drive-In Without the Drive”, New York Times:
      Internet-ready, it has an antiglare, antifog, 65-inch pop-up plasma TV, a fire pit and three padded weatherproof recliners.
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  2. antiglare
    • 2007 April 12, Joyce Wadler, “The Drive-In Without the Drive”, New York Times:
      Internet-ready, it has an antiglare, antifog, 65-inch pop-up plasma TV, a fire pit and three padded weatherproof recliners.
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  3. chokingly
  4. clownlike
  5. coloraturas
  6. communitywide
    • 2007 April 12, “AIDS and Circumcision (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      A campaign to promote circumcision in this country would be premature without stronger evidence, but the time is right for a communitywide dialogue.
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  7. crepey
    • 2007 April 12, Natasha Singer, “The Cosmetics Trade, Warts and All”, New York Times:
      Her job is to help market cosmetics, even if that means tacky advertisements that prey on women’s insecurities (“With crepey skin like this, she’s no longer the life of the party”) or over-the-top promotion strategies.
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  8. deconditioned
    • 2007 April 12, Abby Ellin, “Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Retire, Teach.”, New York Times:
      But he’s not the norm, and some fitness experts worry about pro athletes not having proper training to work with deconditioned Joes.
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  9. deconditions
  10. midstance
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      A camera installed at foot level captured my gait, frame by frame, as I jogged, so the staff could gauge my midstance — when all the weight is on one foot — and determine how much support I needed. Mr. Bergland suggested the Saucony Omni shoe ($100), which is designed for V-shaped feet.
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  11. ministudio
  12. multisports
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      JackRabbit, the insistently back-to-basics and refreshingly steroid-free multisports store, is trying to strip away the layers of hype, Myoplex and filigree that weigh down the zillion-dollar-a-year industry.
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  13. nanotechnological
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      Athletic companies are constantly unveiling whiz-bang gimcrackery constructed in nanotechnological polymers in dizzying stripes and colors.
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  14. nonaggressive
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      Lee Silverman, the owner of the store, wants the staff to be honest and nonaggressive.
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  15. noncompete
    • 2007 April 12, Bloomberg News, “No Proof That Board Approved Black Payments, Lawyer Says”, New York Times:
      CHICAGO, April 11 (Bloomberg News) — A Hollinger International internal investigation found no proof that the board approved most noncompete payments to Conrad M. Black , then its chairman, or to two others on trial for stealing the money, a company lawyer testified on Wednesday.
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  16. nonconfrontational
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      At the wall of goggles, a salesman named Patrick Lago approached me in a nonconfrontational, almost sleepy way that put me at ease.
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  17. nonconsensual
  18. nonkosher
  19. overcompetitive
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      Regardless, the store provided a moment of healing for my PECS. JackRabbit’s message is what our P.E. teachers should have told us from the very beginning: being athletic doesn’t mean you have to be an overcompetitive jerk.
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  20. overpronate
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bergland examined my instep and determined that I overpronate (roll my feet inward) and that I have V-shape feet: narrow at the ankle, wider at the forefoot.
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  21. overseed
  22. overtanned
    • 2007 April 12, Natasha Singer, “Sure, It’s Ugly, if You Can Get It”, New York Times:
      Stylesmart.blogspot, declared “it does look like something your overtanned Florida grandmother might wear.”
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  23. peacockery
  24. pyrotechnical
    • 2007 April 12, Jennifer Dunning, “Adam and Eve After Eden and Billie Holiday Too”, New York Times:
      The pas de deux depicts the conflicting yearning and resentment felt by a post-Garden Eve and Adam, powerfully danced by the guest artist Desmond Richardson, whose smooth integration of pyrotechnical razzle-dazzle and sure acting might well have pleased Mr. Butler.
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  25. rollmop
    • 2007 April 12, Margalit Fox, “Rubin Caslow, 86, Leader of a Smoked-Fish Dynasty, Dies”, New York Times:
      Among the products it markets, under the Acme and Blue Hill Bay labels, are smoked tuna, smoked mackerel, smoked sable, smoked whiting, smoked trout and smoked sturgeon; sockeye salmon, Scottish salmon, Irish salmon, Norwegian salmon and Gaspé salmon; pastrami-smoked salmon, mesquite-smoked salmon, jalapeño-smoked salmon, baked salmon and kippered salmon; salt herring, schmaltz herring, matjes herring, rollmop herring, herring in cream sauce and herring in wine sauce; and herring salad, whitefish salad, salmon salad and gefilte fish.
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  26. scrimless
  27. sinuously
    • 2007 April 12, Richard Eder, “A Line Divides Art and Life. Erase It at Your Own Risk.”, New York Times:
      If there is a theme that runs through the complex, numbingly chaotic and sinuously memorable “Savage Detectives,” his first long (very long) novel, it is that the pen is as blood-stained as the sword, and as compromised.
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  28. songful
  29. stretchiness
    • 2007 April 12, Louise Story, “Procter and Gillette Learn From Each Other’s Marketing Ways”, New York Times:
      When the diapers brand introduced a new stretch technology last fall, it decided to forgo Procter’s normal path of devising customized messages for local markets and instead to follow the Gillette way, sending out one global message that compared the diapers’ stretchiness to caterpillars, saying that as a baby’s stomach stretches in and out during the day, the diapers do, too.
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  30. stylization
  31. techdom
    • 2007 April 12, David Pogue, “A Faster Wi-Fi World Is Coming”, New York Times:
      The “up to 300 Mbps” you see in the ads is among the most preposterous exaggerations in all of techdom.
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  32. uncontestable
    • 2007 April 12, William L. Hamilton, “Recliner Inches Closer to the Backyard Grill”, New York Times:
      Jennifer Sievertsen, the vice president for brand marketing at La-Z-Boy, who oversaw the development of its outdoor furniture with Brown Jordan International, the company licensed to produce it, said she thought a recliner — an uncontestable cocoon of indoor inertia — was “not that much of a stretch outdoors.”
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  33. unshiny
    • 2007 April 12, Mike Albo, “Because a Logo Is Not Enough”, New York Times:
      Among other things, I found out that there is no such thing as a perfect cross-training shoe (you are better off buying a running shoe with a “low profile”); that the classic “splice” running shorts are going out of style; and that Supplex, an unshiny cottony-feel synthetic, is the Lycra of the 21st century.
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  34. updaters
    • 2007 April 12, David Pogue, “A Faster Wi-Fi World Is Coming”, New York Times:
      Apple, Belkin and Netgear (though not Linksys) promise software updaters that will bring this “draft n” gear into “final n” compliance this summer.
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  35. violences
    • 2007 April 12, Richard Eder, “A Line Divides Art and Life. Erase It at Your Own Risk.”, New York Times:
      It is as if Gabriel García Márquez and Mario Vargas Llosa, vivid portrayers in their different ways of Latin America’s violences and visions, had become their own extravagant protagonists.
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  36. visceralist
    • 2007 April 12, Richard Eder, “A Line Divides Art and Life. Erase It at Your Own Risk.”, New York Times:
      The first part, narrated by a young would-be poet, tells of his initiation into Belano’s Visceral Realist movement (a hit off the magic realism of García Márquez and others) and some graphically visceralist sex.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. alternadads
  2. anticoolness
    • 2007 April 12, Kristina Dechter, “It’s ’80s in the Shades”, New York Times:
      Perhaps, as Ms. Salaun suggested, their stolid anticoolness makes them feel fresh again.
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  3. drummerdude
  4. matjes
    • 2007 April 12, Margalit Fox, “Rubin Caslow, 86, Leader of a Smoked-Fish Dynasty, Dies”, New York Times:
      Among the products it markets, under the Acme and Blue Hill Bay labels, are smoked tuna, smoked mackerel, smoked sable, smoked whiting, smoked trout and smoked sturgeon; sockeye salmon, Scottish salmon, Irish salmon, Norwegian salmon and Gaspé salmon; pastrami-smoked salmon, mesquite-smoked salmon, jalapeño-smoked salmon, baked salmon and kippered salmon; salt herring, schmaltz herring, matjes herring, rollmop herring, herring in cream sauce and herring in wine sauce; and herring salad, whitefish salad, salmon salad and gefilte fish.
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