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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-05 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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87433 tokens ‧ 64589 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8648 types ‧ 53 (~ 0.613%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-05[edit]

  1. alimentaris
    • 2007 July 5, Mike Albo, “International House of Oddities”, New York Times:
      Entering through a doorway with muslin curtains, you discover a loft space divided in half by shelves that display small, enticingly lighted objects freshly plucked from the tabacs, farmacias and alimentaris of somewhere else — all the odd things you might stare at as a displaced tourist.
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  2. baymen
    • 2007 July 5, Andy Newman, “Raritan Bay Border War Flares Anew Over Clams”, New York Times:
      In this round, clammers and officials in New York complain that New Jersey is looking the other way as its baymen wander across the state line and dig in New York.
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  3. bereftness
    • 2007 July 5, Eric Konigsberg, “Violin Taken in Subway Is Reunited With Owner”, New York Times:
      Thus began six days of bereftness and uncertainty for Mr. Chiu that ended, on Tuesday night, with the Scarampella returned to him — after taking a curious detour — courtesy of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority with an assist from the person he has come to refer to as “my thief.”
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  4. breezeless
    • 2007 July 5, Andy Newman, “Raritan Bay Border War Flares Anew Over Clams”, New York Times:
      On June 27, under the watchful eye of Captain Cunningham, the 11 New York clam boats on the breezeless water had their patch of bay to themselves, save for the hungry black flies.
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  5. cannas
    • 2007 July 5, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      A. Large cannas, including green and yellow striped Pretoria, deep red Tropicana and the even darker Australis, a k a Australia, all flourish in my Maine garden, untouched by the deer that have rendered it tulip-free.
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  6. celebreality
    • 2007 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Hey, Adrift and Famous? Do a Celebreality Show!”, New York Times:
      In a brass-tacks way, I’m beginning to wonder about the responsibility of E!, which televised “The Anna Nicole Show,” as well as VH1, MTV, Fox and all the other celebreality specialists.
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  7. cherrystones
  8. clammer
    • 2007 July 5, Andy Newman, “Raritan Bay Border War Flares Anew Over Clams”, New York Times:
      “Bring us any lemonade?” asked Tim Ryan, head of the Staten Island Baymen’s Association, a 25-year-old clammer with “Hell or High Water” tattooed across his lower back.
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  9. clammers
    • 2007 July 5, Andy Newman, “Raritan Bay Border War Flares Anew Over Clams”, New York Times:
      Bill Cunningham, who, from a 42-foot trawler, monitors New York’s clammers for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
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  10. clumper
    • 2007 July 5, Anne Raver, “A Cane the World Can Lean On”, New York Times:
      Bamboo can be as delicate as the umbrella bamboo, Fargesia murieliae, a clumper with soft pea-green foliage and a weeping habit, or as heroic as Phyllostachys edulis, whose sturdy olive-green canes can grow 70 feet in a single season.
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  11. clumpers
    • 2007 July 5, Anne Raver, “A Cane the World Can Lean On”, New York Times:
      For now, though, Ms. Heinricher is concentrating on bamboos for the garden: ground covers that can replace lawns, well-behaved clumpers that can be planted in pots or as screens, and tall timber bamboos for those who have the room.
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  12. coatdress
    • 2007 July 5, Cathy Horyn, “At Versailles: Let Them Wear Cake”, New York Times:
      There was a striking black coatdress with square gold paillettes streaking down the sides, and a lovely black sleeveless dress with silvery panels.
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  13. cozys
  14. cultlike
  15. farmacias
    • 2007 July 5, Mike Albo, “International House of Oddities”, New York Times:
      Entering through a doorway with muslin curtains, you discover a loft space divided in half by shelves that display small, enticingly lighted objects freshly plucked from the tabacs, farmacias and alimentaris of somewhere else — all the odd things you might stare at as a displaced tourist.
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  16. fecally
    • 2007 July 5, Andy Newman, “Raritan Bay Border War Flares Anew Over Clams”, New York Times:
      But after a transplant program was begun in 1987 in which clams dug up in the fecund though fecally compromised Raritan Bay are rinsed for three weeks in cleaner waters between the forks of Long Island, the Raritan’s clam haul increased steadily, until in 2001 it supplied more than half the state’s 150,000-bushel harvest.
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  17. fifteenfold
  18. flyout
  19. freeness
    • 2007 July 5, David Pogue, “IPhone-Free Cellphone News”, New York Times:
      There’s one big limitation to all this freeness: these phones can’t get onto any hot spot that require you to log in on a Web page (to enter a credit card number, for example).
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  20. gadgetese
    • 2007 July 5, David Pogue, “IPhone-Free Cellphone News”, New York Times:
      The routers say, in gadgetese, “I’m here for you, any time,” just once, rather than requiring the phone to issue little Wi-Fi “Are you there?” pings every couple of minutes.
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  21. groundouts
  22. interreligious
    • 2007 July 5, Mark Landler, “Germans Split Over a Mosque and the Role of Islam”, New York Times:
      “The 120,000 Muslims of Cologne don’t have a single place they can point to with pride as the symbol of our faith,” said Bekir Alboga, leader of interreligious dialogue at the union, which is known as Ditib.
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  23. jowled
  24. leakee
    • 2007 July 5, Michael Kinsley, “The Lying Game”, New York Times:
      And Mr. Libby’s most prominent leakee, Judith Miller, the former New York Times reporter who went to jail rather than reveal a source, didn’t actually write about the case.
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  25. littlenecks
  26. matchpointed
    • 2007 July 5, Phillip Alder, “Have No Opening Strength? Well, You Know What to Do”, New York Times:
      Nowadays she plays little but showed that she still has a good feel for the game in the diagramed deal, which occurred on June 21 at Temple Shaarei Shalom in Boynton Beach, Fla. It was a matchpointed duplicate, where overtricks were important.
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  27. metabolization
    • 2007 July 5, Joshua Robinson, “An American Abroad Makes the Grade Stroke by Stroke”, New York Times:
      But when he lines up Thursday in the single sculls event amid the toughest field the regatta has seen in years, his findings on the metabolization of ketone bodies are unlikely to make a difference.
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  28. midpump
    • 2007 July 5, Stephen Krcmar, “Anti-Hitchhiking Insurance”, New York Times:
      But it required "a lot of baby strokes," making it best for people who can keep the wheel steady midpump.
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  29. nonmajors
  30. nonscuff
    • 2007 July 5, David Colman, “It’s Safe to Go Back in Top-Siders”, New York Times:
      And one can only wonder what Paul Sperry (the stalwart New Englander who invented the Sperry Top-Sider in 1935 by joining a novel nonslip, nonscuff white rubber sole to a moccasin upper) would think to hear Tommy Fazio, the men’s fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman, declare on his cellphone from the Milan men’s wear shows last week, “It’s all about a boat shoe.”
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  31. nonunanimous
    • 2007 July 5, “Justice Denied”, New York Times:
      But Justice Alito and he, who voted together in a remarkable 92 percent of nonunanimous decisions, have charted a thoroughly predictable archconservative approach to the law.
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  32. operagoers
  33. outserve
    • 2007 July 5, John Branch, “Venus Ousts Sharapova; Serena Falls to Henin”, New York Times:
      Because if Venus wants it, you can’t outhit her, you can’t outserve her, and she and Serena, when they return serves, it’s just unbelievable.
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  34. overcorrected
    • 2007 July 5, Michelle York, “Alcohol Not a Factor in S.U.V. Crash That Killed 5 Friends”, New York Times:
      Lt. William Gallagher of the Ontario County Sheriff’s Department, which covers East Bloomfield, said the preliminary investigation indicated that Ms. Goodman, who was driving, overcorrected after passing a slow-moving vehicle.
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  35. overdevelopment
  36. paradegoer
    • 2007 July 5, Michael M. Grynbaum, “Mayor to Work in Brooklyn During City Hall Renovation”, New York Times:
      Speaking with one paradegoer, Mr. Bloomberg recalled an earlier visit to the event, after he had raised property taxes and banned smoking in the city’s restaurants and bars.
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  37. pillfreak
    • 2007 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Hey, Adrift and Famous? Do a Celebreality Show!”, New York Times:
      The reasoning goes: If only people see how cool I am mixing it up with my fans, then they won’t think I’m just Simon Cowell’s bimbo or a floozy pillfreak.
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  38. postmatch
  39. precompetition
    • 2007 July 5, Ken Belson, “The Winner and New Champion, With 66 Hot Dogs”, New York Times:
      Some spectators suspected that the reports of the precompetition mouth injury suffered by Mr. Kobayashi was a hoax created by the organizers to drum up publicity for the event, which was broadcast on ESPN. Others in the crowd, which spilled out onto Surf Avenue, said Mr. Kobayashi had been trying to psych out Mr. Chestnut.
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  40. predeployment
    • 2007 July 5, James Risen, “Contractors Back From Iraq Suffer Trauma From Battle”, New York Times:
      Many companies conduct predeployment psychological screening and offer limited counseling, but provide few resources when their workers return home and often go off the payroll.
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  41. pregenetic
    • 2007 July 5, The Associated Press, “Embryo Sifting Fares Poorly in One Study”, New York Times:
      One, he said, is that “it could be that the biopsy of one cell needed for pregenetic screening is more harmful to the ultimate development of the embryo than we had previously thought.”
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  42. semihidden
    • 2007 July 5, Mike Albo, “International House of Oddities”, New York Times:
      The store is semihidden, upstairs from Spring Street, past the busy back doors of a restaurant kitchen.
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  43. shellfishery
  44. stumbly
    • 2007 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Hey, Adrift and Famous? Do a Celebreality Show!”, New York Times:
      And on tonight’s episode, when she faces a crisis — the reactions to her incoherent TV interviews last January — the carefully created sentences she uses to explain her slurry, stumbly self-presentation says it all.
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  45. tabacs
    • 2007 July 5, Mike Albo, “International House of Oddities”, New York Times:
      Entering through a doorway with muslin curtains, you discover a loft space divided in half by shelves that display small, enticingly lighted objects freshly plucked from the tabacs, farmacias and alimentaris of somewhere else — all the odd things you might stare at as a displaced tourist.
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  46. tourers
    • 2007 July 5, Stephen Krcmar, “Anti-Hitchhiking Insurance”, New York Times:
      It "pumps well," she said, and suggested that its stealth design would suit tourers who carry loads of gear.
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  47. untraditionally
    • 2007 July 5, John Branch, “Venus Ousts Sharapova; Serena Falls to Henin”, New York Times:
      Wearing untraditionally short white shorts and showing the suddenly rejuvenated form that helped her win five Grand Slam events — but only one since 2001 — Williams fired 126-mile-an-hour serves and sizzling forehands at the overwhelmed Sharapova.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. tora *