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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-19 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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81206 tokens ‧ 59752 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8185 types ‧ 41 (~ 0.501%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-05-19[edit]

  1. anguishing
    • 2007 May 19, Carl Hulse, “3 Months of Tense Talks Led to Immigration Deal”, New York Times:
      Senators who had spent hours anguishing over the smallest details had little patience for colleagues who made brief appearances to offer their views.
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  2. antitotalitarian
  3. danseur *
  4. dewily
  5. drifty
    • 2007 May 19, Claudia La Rocco, “They Come in Peace, Surrounded by Extension Cords”, New York Times:
      Boredom, not so much; the city’s denizens are far too overstimulated and attention-fractured to approach anything like the drifty languor of this underestimated state.
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  6. ecothon
  7. ecothons
  8. flyfisher
    • 2007 May 19, Pete Bodo, “Fishing on a Belizean Island and Enjoying a Nice Day”, New York Times:
      PLACENCIA, Belize — The fertile reefs and flats of this Central American nation may be the best place for a flyfisher to score a grand slam, which consists of catching a bonefish, a tarpon and a permit on a fly, all in the same day.
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  9. hyperaccomplished
    • 2007 May 19, Virginia Heffernan, “A Television Revolution? Not Shown at Upfronts”, New York Times:
      But in the preview Thursday, the quippy, wide-faced stars — Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton, both hyperaccomplished in prime time — seemed genuinely to irritate each other, in the kind of fast, feisty scenes with real payoff that TV stars like this couple can reliably deliver.
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  10. influxes
    • 2007 May 19, Cornelia Dean, “Evolution Opponent Is in Line for Schools Post”, New York Times:
      “We don’t set curriculum standards or anything like that,” Mr. Willard said of the national organization, adding that it handled issues like advising state boards on how to deal with governance concerns or influxes of immigrant students or ways to raise academic achievement among members of disadvantaged groups.
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  11. interleague
  12. interreligious
    • 2007 May 19, The Associated Press, “Bombing and Clashes Kill 13 at India Mosque”, New York Times:
      The bombing, which also wounded 35 people, many of them seriously, and subsequent clashes raised fears of Hindu-Muslim violence in the city, which has long been plagued by communal tensions and occasional spasms of interreligious bloodletting.
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  13. lowlights
    • 2007 May 19, Patrick Mcgeehan, “New in New York: A Bus Ride on the Hudson River”, New York Times:
      Bonnie Young, a tour guide who identified herself as Barnacle Bon, tossed the occasional “Avast!” into her patter as she pointed out the high- and lowlights along the route, including the spot on the Palisades in Weehawken where Aaron Burr dueled with Alexander Hamilton .
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  14. midphrase
    • 2007 May 19, Allan Kozinn, “Schubert and Two 20th-Century Surprises”, New York Times:
      Klein was represented by an unfinished Duo for Violin and Cello, composed in 1941, the year he was sent to the Terezin concentration camp. Mr. Hope and Mr. Watkins gave a vigorous performance of its dark, brash, occasionally jazz-tinged opening movement, and played as much of the introspective Lento as Klein completed, stopping abruptly in midphrase.
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  15. midsentence
  16. minitour
    • 2007 May 19, Patrick Mcgeehan, “New in New York: A Bus Ride on the Hudson River”, New York Times:
      For $29 a ticket and less than an hour of their time, passengers can ride one of these hybrids on a minitour of Times Square and Hell’s Kitchen, interrupted by a sudden plunge into the Hudson and a brief cruise.
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  17. multicamera
  18. multiday
    • 2007 May 19, The Associated Press, “Landis Will Take the Witness Stand Saturday”, New York Times:
      The highlight of Friday’s testimony came from the midlevel professional cyclist Joe Papp, who admitted to being a drug cheat and described how synthetic testosterone helped him recover in multiday stage races like the Tour.
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  19. multiplatform
    • 2007 May 19, Virginia Heffernan, “A Television Revolution? Not Shown at Upfronts”, New York Times:
      But now I see that for all the talk of brave-new-world digital extensions and multiplatform advertising this year — I’m sparing you the jargon, but it was everywhere — my choices for the big fall lineup feature what amount to tributes to oldies like “Frasier,” “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “The Bionic Woman,” “The Wilderness Family” and “Scarface.”
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  20. nondetergent
  21. noninterleague
    • 2007 May 19, The Associated Press, “Tigers Topple Cardinals in World Series Rematch”, New York Times:
      PIRATES 11, DIAMONDBACKS 5 Xavier Nady hit a three-run homer to help host Pittsburgh open a seven-run lead in the only noninterleague series of the weekend, and the Pirates withstood a shaky start from Ian Snell.
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  22. nonprofessionalism
  23. nonride
    • 2007 May 19, Claudia La Rocco, “They Come in Peace, Surrounded by Extension Cords”, New York Times:
      (as an amplifier),” the choreographer Chase Granoff and the composer Jon Moniaci cultivate a little square of boredom, and invite audiences in for the nonride.
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  24. overcaller
  25. pickoff
  26. quippy
    • 2007 May 19, Virginia Heffernan, “A Television Revolution? Not Shown at Upfronts”, New York Times:
      But in the preview Thursday, the quippy, wide-faced stars — Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton, both hyperaccomplished in prime time — seemed genuinely to irritate each other, in the kind of fast, feisty scenes with real payoff that TV stars like this couple can reliably deliver.
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  27. rockingest
    • 2007 May 19, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Saturday Night”, New York Times:
      Jack Sparrow, the rockingest swashbuckler to sail the seven seas, in the second “Pirates” installment.
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  28. shaftway
    • 2007 May 19, Claudia La Rocco, “They Come in Peace, Surrounded by Extension Cords”, New York Times:
      Joe Levasseur’s lighting design, controlled by the performers, subtly alters this rich space, now highlighting a poster of Nijinsky in an exposed shaftway, now pooling around the men as Mr. Moniaci carefully manages feedback levels, and Mr. Granoff noodles across the floor like a shrimp curling across wet rock.
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  29. soundman
    • 2007 May 19, David S. Cloud, “U.S. Forces Seize 6 Linked to Armor-Piercing Bombs”, New York Times:
      Alaa Uldeen Aziz, 33, a cameraman for ABC,. and soundman Saif Laith Yousuf, 26, were killed Thursday afternoon after they were stopped by two cars full of gunmen and forced out of their vehicle, the network said Friday.
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  30. tetrachloroethylene
    • 2007 May 19, Anthony Depalma, “Thousands of Buildings Lack Required Water Valve, New York Records Show”, New York Times:
      In investigating the presence of a chemical, tetrachloroethylene, in the drinking water supply in parts of Queens last week, city officials identified a car wash as having contributed to the contamination at least partly because it did not have the valve installed on one of its water supply lines.
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  31. underdelivering
  32. unmighty
    • 2007 May 19, Virginia Heffernan, “A Television Revolution? Not Shown at Upfronts”, New York Times:
      And how the unmighty have risen: Fox, which after all these years is still not counted among the “big three” networks by some old-timers, now attracts the audiences advertisers desire more.
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  33. unwitnessed
    • 2007 May 19, Alan Cowell, “British Girl Vanishes in Portugal, and Her Country Grieves”, New York Times:
      Her fate has absorbed Britons, touching the nation’s sense of pity and outrage in a way unwitnessed since the murders of two 10-year-old girls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, in the village of Soham in 2002.
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  34. videocamera *
    • 2007 May 19, Alan Cowell, “British Girl Vanishes in Portugal, and Her Country Grieves”, New York Times:
      Local news reports also said a videocamera at a nearby gas station had recorded pictures of two men, a woman and a little girl shortly after the disappearance, but the police have given no information about whether they have identified those in the car.
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  35. zestiness

Sequestered[edit]

  1. platanos misspelling of plátanos
  2. yukking
    • 2007 May 19, Caryn James, “Right Time, Wrong Publicity”, New York Times:
      But he also has a career to protect, and he’s already yukking it up about the burger.
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