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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-28 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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103204 tokens ‧ 76363 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9339 types ‧ 49 (~ 0.525%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-28[edit]

  1. astilbes
    • 2007 June 28, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      So if you crave shade plants like astilbes and ferns, you might want to check out the planters offered by container-growing specialists like Windowbox.com , at (888) 427-3362 or its namesake Web site, and Gardener’s Supply, (800) 427-3363 or gardeners.com .
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  2. bigs
  3. bugginess
  4. coladeira
  5. coreopsis
    • 2007 June 28, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      If you choose drought-tolerant plants, try epimediums, bigroot geraniums, threadleaf coreopsis and hellebores.
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  6. dartlike
  7. dialable
    • 2007 June 28, David Pogue, “Often-Asked iPhone Questions”, New York Times:
      Multiple open pages (like tabs), fonts, layouts, pop-up menus, checkboxes, clickable links and dialable phone numbers (tap with your finger).
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  8. epimediums
    • 2007 June 28, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      If you choose drought-tolerant plants, try epimediums, bigroot geraniums, threadleaf coreopsis and hellebores.
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  9. hatemongering
  10. hellebores
    • 2007 June 28, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      If you choose drought-tolerant plants, try epimediums, bigroot geraniums, threadleaf coreopsis and hellebores.
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  11. homebuying
    • 2007 June 28, “Housing and Hedge Funds”, New York Times:
      It would likely become harder, for instance, to get loans for everything from homebuying, which supported the economy for most of the decade, to leveraged buyouts, which have buoyed the stock market.
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  12. inadvisedly
    • 2007 June 28, Phillip Alder, “From a Risk of Down Two, a Big Reward”, New York Times:
      Becker (North) raised to two hearts, when some would inadvisedly jump pre-emptively to three hearts because they had four-card support.
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  13. jurisprudentially
    • 2007 June 28, Linda Greenhouse, “Even in Agreement, Scalia Puts Roberts to Lash”, New York Times:
      Justice Scalia was clearly taking aim at the chief justice, openly mocking his much publicized goal of lowering the court’s temperature through unanimous and jurisprudentially modest decisions.
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  14. layline
  15. midround
    • 2007 June 28, Teddy Kider, “The Nets Hope to Keep Triumvirate Together”, New York Times:
      And once again, the Nets will be searching for a midround pick that can help lift them back into the upper echelon of the Eastern Conference, a place they have not been since two straight appearances in the N.B.A. finals, in 2002 and 2003.
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  16. miniplug
    • 2007 June 28, David Pogue, “Often-Asked iPhone Questions”, New York Times:
      Fortunately, the iPhone has a standard miniplug headphone jack; unfortunately, its plastic molding prevents most headphone plugs from seating properly.
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  17. mornas
  18. mountainscape
    • 2007 June 28, Eve M. Kahn, “Updating a House of Tomorrow”, New York Times:
      The roof remains a mountainscape of plywood pleats and domed skylights.
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  19. noncompete
    • 2007 June 28, Eric Ferkenhoff, “Jury Begins Deliberations in Black Trial”, New York Times:
      Those sales resulted in cash payments under noncompete agreements, which prosecutors contend the defendants used to enrich themselves, rather than shareholders.
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  20. nondaily
    • 2007 June 28, Ian Austen, “Second Company Bids for Canadian Newspapers”, New York Times:
      The Osprey Media Income Fund endorsed a second bid Wednesday for its 20 daily and 34 nondaily newspapers, this one from Black Press, a privately held newspaper company based in British Columbia.
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  21. nontelevision
    • 2007 June 28, Richard Sandomir, “N.B.A. Renews TV Pacts, Adding Links to Digital Use”, New York Times:
      Skipper said that as in other sports, ESPN’s goal is to reach fans wherever they are, while seeking to increase advertising revenues from those nontelevision platforms.
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  22. nonwaiver
  23. oompf
  24. piazzetta *
    • 2007 June 28, Guy Trebay, “Looking Like a Billion Bucks”, New York Times:
      Wasn’t that double-breasted white jacket nipped at the waist once a uniform of sorts among the high-end gigolos populating the piazzetta in Capri?
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  25. ponying
  26. potbellyless
  27. repeddling
    • 2007 June 28, Alessandra Stanley, “The Spy Who Loved His Mother, Barely”, New York Times:
      According to Mr. Tenet, Mr. Ledeen seemed to be repeddling to Bush administration hawks the same dubious Iranian source, Manucher Ghorbanifar, who received a burn notice in 1984 yet went on to serve as a middleman in the arms-for-hostages scandal.
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  28. resexified
    • 2007 June 28, Cintra Wilson, “A Vanishing Tribe, but Well Dressed for Extinction”, New York Times:
      Today the luxury industry is a bargain in the carnivorous eyes of private equity, and Valentino’s new owners presumably intend to give the grand old label a face-lift (à la the resexified Burberry) and reap the rewards of injecting new verticality into that noble, if leaning, tower of pizazz.
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  29. skimmy
    • 2007 June 28, Cathy Horyn, “Just Don’t Call Them Inexpensive”, New York Times:
      At Dirty Yellow Bastard and Necessary Clothing, both on Broadway, I found $39 India-silk scarf-dresses, $29 skimmy cotton shifts in every color, and a cute uniform-style shirtdress in bleached khaki by House of Freedom for $39.
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  30. skylighted
    • 2007 June 28, Eve M. Kahn, “Updating a House of Tomorrow”, New York Times:
      The Pounds, though, were smitten by its style, forest view and skylighted atrium.
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  31. sodade
  32. splashings
    • 2007 June 28, Colin Moynihan, “As Street Art Goes Commercial, a Resistance Raises a Real Stink”, New York Times:
      In a series of essays and in text that appeared under the headline “Interview With Myself” the anonymous authors said that the splashings were committed not by an individual but by a group of men and women, and offered some explanation of their motives.
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  33. splatterings
    • 2007 June 28, Colin Moynihan, “As Street Art Goes Commercial, a Resistance Raises a Real Stink”, New York Times:
      That show featured works by Shepard Fairey, who had been one of the prominent targets of the street splatterings. Mr. Fairey said there wasn’t yet enough evidence to tie Mr. Cooper definitively to the paint blobs, but acknowledged apparent parallels.
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  34. stratospherically
    • 2007 June 28, Natasha Singer, “Beauty Regimens Reach for the Gold Standard”, New York Times:
      For a coterie of professionals like Ms. Grace in major cities across the country, the standards of upper-middle-class beauty upkeep are moving stratospherically higher.
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  35. superpopulated
    • 2007 June 28, Guy Trebay, “Looking Like a Billion Bucks”, New York Times:
      On Saturday night a dinner was held for Nicolas Ghesquiere of Balenciaga beneath Tiepolo’s hallucinatory and superpopulated ceiling at the Palazzo Clerici.
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  36. tannis
  37. tappable
    • 2007 June 28, David Pogue, “Often-Asked iPhone Questions”, New York Times:
      Fortunately, most tappable elements on the screen are big and broad, designed for fingertip access.
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  38. teardown
  39. threadleaf
    • 2007 June 28, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      If you choose drought-tolerant plants, try epimediums, bigroot geraniums, threadleaf coreopsis and hellebores.
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  40. tinkly
    • 2007 June 28, Jon Pareles, “A Calm, Serene Presence From Islands of Nostalgia”, New York Times:
      Where Ms. Évora conjured earth and water, the opening band, the Bird and the Bee, was another element: air, from Inara George’s girlish high voice to arrangements that revolved around Greg Kurstin’s tinkly electric piano.
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  41. tweedlike
    • 2007 June 28, Guy Trebay, “Looking Like a Billion Bucks”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bigbucks was here again at the Salvatore Ferragamo show, conjured this time wearing sharp-edged suits of white cotton (with accompanying gloves), handsome tweedlike cotton blazers or faintly feminine evening clothes (a kind of shiny hoodie) that suggested a time in the future when it will be the man who needs help with his zipper before leaving the house.
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  42. underearn
    • 2007 June 28, Reuters, “Equity Firm Is Acquiring Guitar Center”, New York Times:
      “They have a dominant retail position in a high-service business, yet significantly underearn other high-service-oriented retail segments,” Mr. Balter wrote in a research note after Guitar Center made its announcement.
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  43. underrecognized
  44. unstitch
  45. untouchably
    • 2007 June 28, Cintra Wilson, “A Vanishing Tribe, but Well Dressed for Extinction”, New York Times:
      Even as Valentino’s new cruise collection is derided by online wags as “aging” and “vacuous,” the label maintains an impenetrably glamorous tenure, granted by perennial alliances with monarchies and the untouchably rich.
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  46. workbag
    • 2007 June 28, Lisa Belkin, “Your Briefcase Just Ran Over My Toe”, New York Times:
      The American Medical Association warns that carrying more than 10 percent of your body weight can lead to injury, and the overnight appearance of low back pain led me to weigh my own workbag a few summers ago (back then, it was a satchel slung over one shoulder).
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. bigroot
    • 2007 June 28, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      If you choose drought-tolerant plants, try epimediums, bigroot geraniums, threadleaf coreopsis and hellebores.
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