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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-16 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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71234 tokens ‧ 52022 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7276 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.371%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-16[edit]

  1. anticompetitive
  2. countercharge
  3. flagbearers
  4. futureworld
    • 2007 April 16, Robert D. Mcfadden, “East Coast Storm Breaks Rainfall Records”, New York Times:
      The overcast was solid, great plates of corrugated iron fused from horizon to horizon, and the streets glistened in the rain: a metallic futureworld.
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  5. magazining
    • 2007 April 16, David Carr, “A Trophy Mag Wears Camouflage”, New York Times:
      It’s not as if the fashion-obsessed world of New York magazining is against the killing of animals.
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  6. maxiscreens
    • 2007 April 16, Virginia Heffernan, “Who Is the Player King Behind ‘Prom Queen’?”, New York Times:
      With this phrase Hollywood war horses typically mean that stories are stories, and you can tell them on maxiscreens, miniscreens or fragments of screens fitted to the retina.
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  7. miniscreens
    • 2007 April 16, Virginia Heffernan, “Who Is the Player King Behind ‘Prom Queen’?”, New York Times:
      With this phrase Hollywood war horses typically mean that stories are stories, and you can tell them on maxiscreens, miniscreens or fragments of screens fitted to the retina.
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  8. mopier
    • 2007 April 16, Jon Pareles, “Ms. Mopey, Begone! Power Pop Is Back!”, New York Times:
      Her second, “Under My Skin” in 2004, indulged some angst with mopier songs and sold less than half as well.
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  9. muleback
  10. multihomer
  11. noh *
    • 2007 April 16, Anne Midgette, “A Parable Cuts Across Cultures”, New York Times:
      In 1998 the actor and director Yoshi Oida created a production for young artists at the Aix-en-Provence Festival that touched on the piece’s Japanese roots — it was based on the noh drama “Sumidagawa” — and respected its monastic spareness.
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  12. nonblonde
    • 2007 April 16, Virginia Heffernan, “Who Is the Player King Behind ‘Prom Queen’?”, New York Times:
      Our Miss Marple here is Danica Ashby (Laura Howard), a British nonblonde who keeps stumbling into American mysteries, including the overhyping of the prom, the unique frivolity of California girls and the hypocrisy of the soccer coach who resolves to show his opponents no mercy just before kneeling to pray.
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  13. outpitching
  14. outpointed
    • 2007 April 16, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      VALUEV LOSES FOR FIRST TIME Ruslan Chagaev outpointed Nikolai Valuev in Stuttgart, Germany, to take his World Boxing Association heavyweight title on Saturday night.
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  15. paradegoers
  16. personability
    • 2007 April 16, Charles Isherwood, “A High-Tone Riff on the Hi-dee-hi and Boop-a-doo of Broadway”, New York Times:
      But at Carnegie Hall on Friday night, Rob Fisher, Kelli O’Hara and the New York Pops breezed through a half-century and more of American musical theater with warmth and personability that made the evening feel like a spontaneous family gathering around the living room piano.
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  17. pickoff
    • 2007 April 16, Tyler Kepner, “Yankees Add Pavano and Mussina to D.L.”, New York Times:
      He said he traced the injury to two sidearm throws in his victory over the Twins last Monday — one to second base on a double play, one on a pickoff throw.
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  18. pixieish
  19. prechewed
    • 2007 April 16, Susan Stewart, “Kiss and Howl: This Man Is a Wolf’s Best Friend”, New York Times:
      In “A Man Among Wolves,” a bizarre and riveting nature documentary that will be shown tonight on the National Geographic Channel, a British former gamekeeper named Shaun Ellis feeds wolf cubs prechewed food from his own mouth.
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  20. psychopharmacologist
    • 2007 April 16, “A New Deal for the Mentally Ill (6 Letters)”, New York Times:
      But as a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and psychopharmacologist, I know that I need the flexibility to fit the treatment to the individual’s needs.
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  21. quadoval
    • 2007 April 16, Ken Daley, “Burton Passes Kenseth for Second Win at Texas Track”, New York Times:
      Kenseth’s car had drifted about three feet higher midway through that turn, and he could only watch helplessly as Burton outran him down the remainder of the mile-and-a-half quadoval.
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  22. soundmen
    • 2007 April 16, Elizabeth Jensen, “From Brownstone to Baghdad, TV Crew Armed With Ingenuity”, New York Times:
      “We’ve always gone under the radar, without a lot of security, not working with soundmen or assistants, and so it’s often just the three of us, sometimes just the two us and occasionally sometimes just Tim,” said Mr. Smith, 58, who sometimes handles the camera work himself.
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  23. stylization
    • 2007 April 16, Anne Midgette, “A Parable Cuts Across Cultures”, New York Times:
      In “Curlew River” formal stylization reigns, and the instruments of the unusual seven-piece ensemble — double bass and harp, viola and horn, odd combinations intended to capture some of the flavor of a gagaku orchestra — are more individualized than the figures onstage.
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  24. teamwide

Sequestered[edit]

  1. cuddleballs
  2. thoracentisis = thoracentesis