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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-13 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

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2007-07-13[edit]

  1. baitfish
    • 2007 July 13, Libby Sander, “Michigan’s Summer Fishing Turns Less Carefree”, New York Times:
      S., formally viral hemorrhagic septicemia, is fatal to some of the most popular game fish in the region, like walleye and yellow perch, and is also found in some baitfish, like the emerald shiner.
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  2. banlieues *
    • 2007 July 13, Martha Schwendener, “Whose Liberté, Égalité and Fraternité? Colors of France Today”, New York Times:
      He was born in Paris in 1979 to an Afro-Brazilian mother and a French-Russian father who is the son of a Holocaust survivor; his background differs from most denizens of the Parisian banlieues, or suburbs, largely populated by poor people of color.
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  3. clangy
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      BOOK OF KNOTS (Tonight) A supergroup the way only a New York avant-garde band can be, the Book of Knots is an occasional project, with members from Skeleton Key, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Tin Hat and Pere Ubu. Its second album, “Traineater” (Anti-), is an appropriately clangy elegy for rust-belt Americana; here the band plays what it says is its first and possibly only live performance, with friends Jon Langford of the Mekons and Carla Bozulich of the Geraldine Fibbers.
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  4. countersurge
    • 2007 July 13, Michael R. Gordon, “Bush Distorts Qaeda Links, Critics Assert”, New York Times:
      With the Shiite militias having taken a lower profile since the troop increase began, and with Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia embarking on its own sort of countersurge, a main focus of the American military operation is to deprive the group of its strongholds in the areas surrounding Baghdad — and thus curtail its ability to carry out spectacular casualty-inducing attacks in the Iraqi capital.
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  5. creaturelike
  6. danseuse *
    • 2007 July 13, Holland Cotter, “Poetic Theaters, Romantic Fevers”, New York Times:
      The names Rose Hobart, Henriette Sontag and Fanny Cerrito — B-movie actress, 19th-century soprano and Romantic danseuse — mean little or nothing now.
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  7. daydreamy
    • 2007 July 13, Holland Cotter, “Poetic Theaters, Romantic Fevers”, New York Times:
      The oldest of four children, he was born to a family of means in Nyack, N.Y. He was a bookish, daydreamy boy.
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  8. decadeslong
    • 2007 July 13, Kyle Whitmire, “Suit in U.S. Over Murders in Colombia”, New York Times:
      From the start of its operations in Colombia, the company was on guard against the decadeslong civil strife in the country between left-wing guerrilla and right-wing paramilitary groups, witnesses have testified.
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  9. fingerpainterly
    • 2007 July 13, Grace Glueck, “Something There Is That Doesn’t Love a Barrier”, New York Times:
      He placed simple, crudely painted images on monochrome grounds, like “Girl and Doll” of 1969, depicting a small girl crying as her broken doll lies limply near her on a smeary sea of fingerpainterly grass.
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  10. giltwood
    • 2007 July 13, Wendy Moonan, “A House Full of Chippendales Is Back on the Shelf”, New York Times:
      The order included a rosewood breakfront bookcase estimated at $4 million to $8 million, a pair of ornate Chinese Chippendale mirrors, a set of mahogany drawing-room seating, a unique giltwood overmantel mirror with a Savonnerie tapestry panel, a clothes press with Chinese lacquer panels cut from lacquer screens, and a Chippendale four-poster bed with blue-and-gold carved festoons.
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  11. harplike
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      TOUMANI DIABATÉ’S SYMMETRIC ORCHESTRA (Wednesday and Thursday) Mr. Diabaté, the Malian kora master, plays regular gigs back home with his big band, mixing ancient songs with salsa-infused funk and lyrical improvisations on the kora, a harplike instrument that allows him to play three parts at once.
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  12. heartstopper
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      One, “I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You,” was a heartstopper in the film “Garden State.”
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  13. hyperspeed
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      She can strum a guitar and sling words at hyperspeed, or swerve toward jazz and funk.
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  14. indigenously
  15. inveterately
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The result was a succès de scandale that touched a raw feminist nerve, threw inveterately sleazy art-world politics into relief, and caused permanent editorial rifts at Artforum itself.
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  16. keytar
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      Even in a trio format he flirts with funk and fusion, though he may be less inclined here than usual to brandish his strap-slung Roland keytar.
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  17. lovesickness
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      TRAVIS (Tomorrow and Sunday) Coldplay before there was Coldplay, the Glasgow band Travis turns lovesickness into anthemic bombast.
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  18. microbundlers
  19. midsentence
    • 2007 July 13, Alessandra Stanley, “Friends Last, but Mr. Wrong Is Fungible”, New York Times:
      She has a way of drifting off into deep reverie while her patients are in midsentence, then locking in as they trail off with a wise, knowing look that completely masks her inattention.
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  20. miniretrospective
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      This cheerful miniretrospective of his die-cut vinyl decals (the gallery’s four walls are covered with them, floor to ceiling) updates Op Art aesthetics in a way that seems in step with the art world’s current cash-and-carry moment.
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  21. mythmaking
    • 2007 July 13, Janet Maslin, “Sin in the Second City”, New York Times:
      Ms. Abbott also had to contend with the mixed blessing of Minna Everleigh’s mythmaking.
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  22. nonactions
    • 2007 July 13, “The Surgeon General, Muzzled (6 Letters)”, New York Times:
      This country suffers under a stubborn president who refuses to support science, refuses to consider the possibility of his being wrong, and whose actions or nonactions wreak havoc on this country’s abilities to lead through knowledge, diplomacy, honesty and curiosity.
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  23. nonfabulousness
    • 2007 July 13, Virginia Heffernan, “Taking the High Road for Hopefuls With Catwalk Dreams”, New York Times:
      In spite of the three fancy kisses with which he greets Ms. Nemcova, he comes off like a rag-trade thug whose circle of young women could be workers at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory for all the nonfabulousness he affords them.
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  24. nonpitcher
    • 2007 July 13, The Associated Press, “Ortiz and Ramírez Lift Red Sox”, New York Times:
      He also was the only nonpitcher that La Russa, the National League manager, did not use in a 5-4 loss Tuesday night.
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  25. nonpress
    • 2007 July 13, David Carr, “Business Casual”, New York Times:
      Still, there are a lot of press at a nonpress event, and it all takes place in Sun Valley, the kind of toy town where wealth is part of the civic culture.
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  26. nonrich
    • 2007 July 13, “The Land of Opportunity?”, New York Times:
      President Bush got away with huge tax cuts for the rich in part because nonrich Americans, who make up most of the population, believe everybody has a chance of making it into the club.
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  27. outlands
    • 2007 July 13, Kyle Whitmire, “Suit in U.S. Over Murders in Colombia”, New York Times:
      In their opening arguments, defense lawyers acknowledged the chaotic conditions of the Colombian outlands but insisted that Drummond never assisted outlaw paramilitary groups or was complicit with their activities.
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  28. outraised
  29. owly
    • 2007 July 13, David Carr, “Business Casual”, New York Times:
      Reporters here — The New York Times sent a reporter to blog for DealBook — are far overmatched by the burly, owly security crew.
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  30. postreality
  31. prodemocracy
  32. psychopharmacologist
    • 2007 July 13, Alessandra Stanley, “Friends Last, but Mr. Wrong Is Fungible”, New York Times:
      Others in the practice include Dr. Taj Kalid (Mido Hamada), an arrogant psychopharmacologist, and his mistress, Dr. Cordelia Banks (Theresa Randle), a psychologist who runs a center for at-risk teenagers in the office basement, as well as Dr. James Le Croix (Derek Riddell), a child psychologist.
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  33. relicensing
    • 2007 July 13, “Albany: Nuclear Standards Challenged”, New York Times:
      Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo filed legal papers yesterday challenging the standards used by federal authorities to determine whether to extend the license of a nuclear reactor. Mr. Cuomo filed the papers in support of a legal challenge to the relicensing of the Indian Point nuclear plant in Westchester County by Andrew J. Spano , the county executive.
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  34. reshufflings
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      MENOMENA (Tonight) Menomena, from Portland, Ore., uses a homemade computer program to write songs, resulting in shufflings and reshufflings that keep otherwise standard indie-arty elements — meandering piano, sensual electronics, melancholy vocals — playful and fresh.
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  35. seitan
    • 2007 July 13, C. J. Hughes, “Amid the Ruins of the Bungalow Era, a Weekenders’ Revival”, New York Times:
      Fifty people filled the dining room on a recent Saturday night, listening to a man pluck a modernized washtub bass while they ordered from a diverse menu that included vegan options like wheatgrass shots ($4) and seitan cutlets ($16).
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  36. suitelike
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Its songs start with the suitelike complexities of progressive rock and take off from there.
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  37. transglobal
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ★ ‘FLYING: CONFESSIONS OF A FREE WOMAN’ (No rating, 350 minutes) Part personal diary, part transglobal slumber party, Jennifer Fox’s six-hour exploration of modern womanhood hums with talk of men.
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  38. tweakings
  39. underbearing
  40. understatedly
  41. unwelcomely
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ SLINT (Tuesday) With its album “Spiderland” in 1991, this band from Louisville, Ky., virtually created the genre that has come to be known (unwelcomely, of course) as post-rock: spindly guitars twisting like ivy around starkly syncopated beats, now and then erupting in spasms of violence.
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  42. winkfest
    • 2007 July 13, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘NANCY DREW’ (PG, 99 minutes) The girl sleuth in a retro-pomo pop-culture winkfest that has everything but a good mystery, which was all it needed.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. steelhead
    • 2007 July 13, Libby Sander, “Michigan’s Summer Fishing Turns Less Carefree”, New York Times:
      “I don’t know if I would carry a receipt,” Richard Smith said as he gathered up the large summer steelhead trout he had caught that morning.
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