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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-19 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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2007-04-19[edit]

  1. agapanthus
  2. astilbes
    • 2007 April 19, Anne Raver, “Must Tulips Wither as the Climate Changes?”, New York Times:
      In Louisville, Ky., Sissy Nash and two helpers recently rushed to protect about a hundred peonies in her garden, as well as astilbes and other plants that had started to bloom as temperatures rose to the 80s on April 1, a Sunday, then plunged to the 20s by the following Wednesday and stayed there four days.
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  3. dashtop
    • 2007 April 19, Ivan Berger, “Got a Zillion Songs? A Gadget to Help You Take Your Show on the Road”, New York Times:
      Coming next month for $400, in stores and online, it includes a 3.5-inch dashtop color display screen, a wireless control knob (for volume, muting, music selection, and iPod menu controls) that can be mounted wherever convenient, and a connection hub.
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  4. destigmatize
    • 2007 April 19, Tamar Lewin, “Laws Limit Options When a Student Is Mentally Ill”, New York Times:
      “What we really need to do is encourage students to seek mental health treatment if they need it, to remove any barriers to their getting help, destigmatize it, and make it safe, so they know there won’t be negative consequences,” said Karen Bower, a lawyer at the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law in Washington, who represented Mr. Nott.
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  5. ebola *
    • 2007 April 19, Janet Maslin, “Where the Redwoods Grow, the Oddballs Also Flourish”, New York Times:
      After creating a best-selling horrible-disease franchise with books including “The Hot Zone” in 1994 (ebola) and “The Demon in the Freezer” in 2002 (smallpox), Mr. Preston could have remained on the biohazard beat indefinitely.
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  6. echiums
  7. flyout
    • 2007 April 19, Ben Shpigel, “It’s Warm in Florida, to Delight of the Mets”, New York Times:
      Until Cabrera’s single, Maine allowed only one ball out of the infield, Hanley Ramirez’s third-inning flyout, while mixing in his slider and changeup with his low-90s fastball.
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  8. formulary
  9. fretworked
    • 2007 April 19, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      I own three or four low, fretworked Chinese tables of various heights that I found at flea markets; the top of each is about the size of a standard box of tissues or a little serving tray.
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  10. ganglioma
  11. gateleg
    • 2007 April 19, Elaine Louie, “Remaking Home, One Stick of Furniture at a Time”, New York Times:
      The equally austere dining room has little more than a six-foot-high antique mirror topped with a swirl of metal garlands and vines, and a cherry-wood gateleg table with no chairs.
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  12. hellebores
    • 2007 April 19, Anne Raver, “Must Tulips Wither as the Climate Changes?”, New York Times:
      Two weeks ago snow fell on Madison, Wis., after 80-degree temperatures had brought the daffodils and hellebores into full bloom.
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  13. ideations
  14. janjaweed
    • 2007 April 19, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Bush Presses Sudan on Darfur, Citing Possible U.S. Sanctions”, New York Times:
      He said he would give Mr. Bashir “a short period of time” — Mr. Bush was not specific, but administration officials put the time frame at several weeks — to agree to a full deployment of United Nations peacekeeping forces; to end his support for the janjaweed, the militias that have been carrying out systematic killings of civilians in Darfur; and to allow aid to reach the region.
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  15. lungwort
    • 2007 April 19, Janet Maslin, “Where the Redwoods Grow, the Oddballs Also Flourish”, New York Times:
      Or maybe a labyrinthine sky-high structure holding huckleberries, copepods, lettuce lungwort and centuries’ worth of silent history is devoid of lessons but speaks mesmerizingly for itself.
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  16. macassar *
    • 2007 April 19, Penelope Green, “Kips Bay, Where Everything Glitters”, New York Times:
      Peering through the windows, you could hardly see through the gloom cast by the gray suede walls, the beaver fur rugs, the macassar ebony staircase.
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  17. multihit
  18. nailheads
    • 2007 April 19, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      The company has several handmade models, including a chic solid black version with raised ornamentation that looks a bit like large nailheads ($179).
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  19. neurochemistries
    • 2007 April 19, Barbara Oakley, “The Killer in the Lecture Hall”, New York Times:
      We may not know precisely what set Mr. Cho off, but we are beginning to home in on the unusual differences in certain neurochemistries that can make people act in bizarre and dysfunctional ways.
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  20. nonjournalist
    • 2007 April 19, Katharine Q. Seelye, “Wall Street Journal Names Its New Top Editor”, New York Times:
      Management is sensitive to newsroom concerns because in January 2006, Dow Jones named Richard F. Zannino as chief executive, the first nonjournalist to run the company in modern times.
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  21. operagoers
    • 2007 April 19, Mark Landler, “Austria’s Chancellor Has Clout at the Opera”, New York Times:
      The biggest problem, the critics say, is the whiff of cronyism, which could damage Mr. Shicoff’s credibility with Vienna’s notoriously finicky operagoers even if he won the job on legitimate grounds.
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  22. opuntias
  23. outpitched
  24. overdevelopment
  25. paperbush
  26. postmarital
    • 2007 April 19, Stephen Holden, “So Lucky to Be Loving”, New York Times:
      The story takes Ms. Akers through a despairing postmarital funk to shaky self-assertion before reaching an upbeat ending with “Make Someone Happy” and “People,” both sung with an intense fervor.
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  27. preformatted
    • 2007 April 19, Bill Carter, “Package Forced NBC to Make Tough Decisions”, New York Times:
      Mr. Capus described the contents as one DVD disc and 23 pages of a preformatted document file with text and photographs interspersed.
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  28. prehearing
    • 2007 April 19, Alison Leigh Cowan, “Witness Says Tip He Gave Went Unused in Skakel Trial”, New York Times:
      During prehearing depositions, Mr. Bryant has refused to testify, invoking his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, as have his two friends, Adolph Hausbrouck and Burton Tinsley.
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  29. preloved
    • 2007 April 19, Zarah Crawford, “After Lunching, the Ladies Go Shopping”, New York Times:
      Located at the back of this most genteel Upper East Side charity shop, past the alligator bags, upholstered sofas and preloved tuxedos, the designer room is a shoe-box-size repository for the choicest women’s wear, culled from the thousands of items donated every week, and sold at prices slightly higher than the average thrift outlet but still lower than most vintage stores.
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  30. progestins
  31. pseudosiblings
    • 2007 April 19, Kate Murphy, “Stepfamilies Try to Stretch Their Space”, New York Times:
      With multiple stepparents, stepsiblings, half siblings and pseudosiblings, it’s a whole new type of family, and with it comes the challenge to design a home where everyone feels welcome.
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  32. refinancings
    • 2007 April 19, Bloomberg News, “Help for Subprime Mortgage Holders”, New York Times:
      Freddie Mac’s program, scheduled to begin in July, would create demand from Freddie Mac for as much as $20 billion in subprime home loans, including refinancings with more favorable terms than existing mortgages.
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  33. scrappiness
    • 2007 April 19, Karen Crouse, “Gomez Shares Spotlight in Win”, New York Times:
      Their scrappiness was not matched in Games 2 or 3 by Gomez and his linemates Patrik Elias and Brian Gionta.
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  34. serialist
    • 2007 April 19, Steve Smith, “Continuing a Celebration of a Composer (and Godfather)”, New York Times:
      “Music for Violin, Cello and Piano,” a serialist miniature from 1952, was played twice on Tuesday by Mr. Dufallo, the cellist Yves Dharamraj and the pianist Stephen Gosling.
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  35. stepsiblings
    • 2007 April 19, Kate Murphy, “Stepfamilies Try to Stretch Their Space”, New York Times:
      With multiple stepparents, stepsiblings, half siblings and pseudosiblings, it’s a whole new type of family, and with it comes the challenge to design a home where everyone feels welcome.
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  36. suitemates
    • 2007 April 19, Alessandra Stanley, “Amid Chaos, One Notably Restrained Voice”, New York Times:
      On Tuesday evening CNN had found two suitemates who recounted some of the most chilling details about the gunman, Cho Seung-Hui , including that he had an imaginary girlfriend named Jelly.
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  37. supergraphics
  38. superslim
    • 2007 April 19, Brad Stone, “Bereft of BlackBerrys, the Untethered Make Do”, New York Times:
      Part of the problem, though, could be the service’s rapid growth: R.I.M. says it has added three million subscribers in the last 12 months, for a total of eight million, in part because of the popularity of its superslim BlackBerry Pearl.
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  39. thrifter
    • 2007 April 19, Zarah Crawford, “After Lunching, the Ladies Go Shopping”, New York Times:
      Because the clothing in it has been “presorted,” the designer room offers a perfect initiation for the novice thrifter lacking the confidence, and perhaps the stomach, to comb through the crammed standard-issue.
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  40. toppers
    • 2007 April 19, Ruth La Ferla, “From the Time Before Scissors”, New York Times:
      THEY were reverent about the music — ’70s and ’80s chart toppers like “Rich Girl,” “Maneater” and “Out of Touch.”
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  41. uncontestably
  42. unshowered
    • 2007 April 19, David Colman, “But What if You Get Hit by a Taxi?”, New York Times:
      Picture an unshowered, unshaven guy in a pair of pink briefs with white piping, photographed amateur-style, and you get the idea.
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  43. videocamera *
    • 2007 April 19, Allen Salkin, “The Biggest Sell Is the Audition”, New York Times:
      “This frying pan comes with love,” he said, beginning his audition in a cramped room with three QVC employees looking on from behind a videocamera.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. ourselfs = ourselves
  2. redwoodphilia: protologism
  3. vitaminwater: trademark, not genericised
    • 2007 April 19, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      Urlacher was fined for drinking vitaminwater and wearing a vitaminwater hat during the session in Miami before the title game.
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