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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-19 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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101417 tokens ‧ 74795 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9341 types ‧ 54 (~ 0.578%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-19[edit]

  1. antinudity
  2. antishake
  3. astilbe
    • 2007 July 19, Anne Raver, “On a Northwest Island, a Whiff of England”, New York Times:
      Or maybe it’s because she knows that Astilbe chinensis Pumila, a ground-cover type astilbe with pink plumes, would look smashing planted beneath Hydrangea aspera Macrophylla, whose enormous violet flowers also bloom late, in August.
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  4. autophiles
    • 2007 July 19, Virginia Heffernan, “A Congregation Gathers to Worship the Shiny Hot Rod”, New York Times:
      The autophiles hang around a big, fluorescent-lighted garage with cars on cinder blocks, ostensibly in competition for a job, and they talk to the camera in between sessions at the sander or other machines.
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  5. boxleaf
    • 2007 July 19, Anne Raver, “On a Northwest Island, a Whiff of England”, New York Times:
      Perhaps that’s because Ms. Fisher, who was a textile major at the California College of Arts and Crafts, in Oakland, has such good eye for color and texture, like planting yellow boxleaf honeysuckles (Lonicera nitida Baggesen’s Gold), twiggy shrubs full of tiny gold leaves, among the soft green English boxwoods against the porch.
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  6. boxwoods
    • 2007 July 19, Anne Raver, “On a Northwest Island, a Whiff of England”, New York Times:
      Perhaps that’s because Ms. Fisher, who was a textile major at the California College of Arts and Crafts, in Oakland, has such good eye for color and texture, like planting yellow boxleaf honeysuckles (Lonicera nitida Baggesen’s Gold), twiggy shrubs full of tiny gold leaves, among the soft green English boxwoods against the porch.
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  7. churchly
  8. clownlike
    • 2007 July 19, Natasha Singer, “A Makeup Artist With G.P.S.”, New York Times:
      Ms. Chang-Babaian said she was prompted to write “Asian Faces” (to be released Aug. 7, Perigee-Penguin, $24.95), after undergoing clownlike makeovers from department store cosmetics clerks and makeup artists who lacked experience working with Asians.
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  9. crushproof
    • 2007 July 19, Alessandra Stanley, “Smoking, Drinking, Cheating and Selling”, New York Times:
      “All I have is a crushproof box and ‘Four out of five dead people smoke your brand,’ ” he complains to his mistress (Rosemarie DeWitt ).
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  10. denlike
  11. disrespectable
    • 2007 July 19, Cathy Horyn, “The Murder on Ocean Drive”, New York Times:
      Versace introduced us to a personal and vaguely disrespectable world of rock divas and legends, and it is all that ephemera that now floats in my head.
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  12. handclaps
  13. hellebores
    • 2007 July 19, Anne Raver, “On a Northwest Island, a Whiff of England”, New York Times:
      “It’s so awesome that they have the exact same coloration,” Ms. Fisher said, as we stood in the dappled light of her lath house, where rare hydrangeas thrive among hellebores I had never seen before, like Silver Lace, which has green flowers and silver leaves; and a western bleeding heart, Dicentra formosa Aurora, which has fern-like foliage and white locket-flowers.
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  14. indentified
    • 2007 July 19, Allison Hope Weiner, “Patinkin Quits Series Without Saying Why”, New York Times:
      An hour before the cast was to gather to read the first script of the season, Mr. Patinkin called a crew member to say that he would be on the set soon, according to a staff member who asked not to be indentified because of the sensitivity of the situation. Mr. Patinkin did not respond to numerous e-mail messages or telephone calls, said another staff member who also asked not to be indentified.
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  15. insightfully
  16. jostaberries
    • 2007 July 19, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      A. Gooseberries, like currants and jostaberries (a tasty cross between the two), are in the genus Ribes, which plays a crucial part in the life cycle of white pine blister rust.
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  17. jumpmaster
  18. locater
    • 2007 July 19, Larry Magid, “Global Positioning by Cellphone”, New York Times:
      Verizon’s child locater, called Chaperone, adds a “geofencing” service that allows a parents to define an area — such as a school or baby sitter’s house — where the child is permitted.
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  19. lovefest
  20. lovesickness
  21. montunos
  22. nicotiana
    • 2007 July 19, Anne Raver, “On a Northwest Island, a Whiff of England”, New York Times:
      “I loved the chartreuse and purple, so I came home and got some nicotiana seeds and planted them,” Ms. Fisher said, standing by her own boxwood walk.
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  23. nonjournalist
    • 2007 July 19, Richard PéRez-PeñA, “Murdoch’s Arrival Worries Journal Employees”, New York Times:
      Tensions have risen between The Journal’s newsroom and management, particularly Mr. Zannino, a nonjournalist who had spent much of his career in the garment industry.
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  24. nonplaying
    • 2007 July 19, “Just a Little Miscommunication, Followed by a Lost Title”, New York Times:
      In last’s year final in Chicago they defeated James Cayne of New York; Michael Seamon of Aventura, Fla.; and Fulvio Fantoni, Lorenzo Lauria, Claudio Nunes and Alfredo Versace from Italy (with Charlie Weed of Shreveport, La., as the nonplaying captain) by 111 international match points to 105.
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  25. nonvoice
  26. nonwaiver
    • 2007 July 19, Joe Lapointe, “Clemens Keeps the Yankees Close Enough”, New York Times:
      ¶ Andy Phillips improved his chances of securing the full-time first-base job before the July 31 nonwaiver trading deadline with a two-run single in the same inning and several more slick fielding plays around the bag;
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  27. nonwizard
    • 2007 July 19, Amy Virshup, “Newly Released”, New York Times:
      But the badly behaved pet is neither canine nor feline, and the magic is of the nonwizard kind.
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  28. nurserywoman
  29. pickoff
    • 2007 July 19, Joe Lapointe, “Hearing Boos, Farnsworth Can Only Try Not to Listen”, New York Times:
      Entering a 1-1 game against the Blue Jays in the eighth inning — the inning he usually works — Farnsworth allowed the go-ahead run on a single, a wide pickoff throw to first base and a double.
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  30. prankishly
    • 2007 July 19, Ben Ratliff, “Brazilian Band With the One That Got Away”, New York Times:
      Fans of American and English rock, they prankishly avoided Rio’s leftist, sophisticated-pop movement — and a century of Brazilian popular music, all that baiáo and samba.
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  31. situationally
    • 2007 July 19, Michelle Slatalla, “Video Seeks Its 90 Seconds of Fame”, New York Times:
      “What works well on the Internet is character-based humor, or physically based humor, or situationally based humor.”
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  32. soprana
  33. stepgrandchildren
    • 2007 July 19, Thom Shanker, “Gen. Wayne A. Downing, 67, Special Operations Leader, Dies”, New York Times:
      Survivors include his wife, Kathryn Bickerman Downing; his mother, Eileen Downing; his sister, Marlianne Fortune, all of Peoria; his daughters, Elizabeth Downing Revell of Clifton, Va., and Laura Downing of Brooklyn; a granddaughter; and several stepchildren and stepgrandchildren.
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  34. strummings
  35. subassemblies
    • 2007 July 19, James Flanigan, “Community Investment in San Jose”, New York Times:
      It is an engineering and manufacturing firm that makes and upgrades subassemblies for machinery that produces semiconductors for computers, wireless devices and radio frequency identification systems, or RFID .
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  36. talkathon
  37. thornless
    • 2007 July 19, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Please tell me if it’s all right to grow them and, if so, whether there is a thornless variety.
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  38. trackees
    • 2007 July 19, Larry Magid, “Global Positioning by Cellphone”, New York Times:
      People doing the tracking can locate the trackees through a Web or cellphone interface or by calling the company’s toll-free number and providing the operator with a password.
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  39. unmiked
  40. utilityman
    • 2007 July 19, The Associated Press, “Franco Is Back With the Braves”, New York Times:
      Franco, a 48-year-old utilityman, signed with Atlanta on Wednesday, rejoining the Braves a week after he was cut by the Mets .
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  41. wallcovering
    • 2007 July 19, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      Wood-grain papers can be found in the wallcovering section of Janovic (718-392-3999; janovic.com ) and other home-improvement stores.
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  42. wandmaker
    • 2007 July 19, Michiko Kakutani, “An Epic Showdown as Harry Potter Is Initiated Into Adulthood”, New York Times:
      Objects and spells from earlier books — like the invisibility cloak, Polyjuice Potion, Dumbledore’s Pensieve and Sirius’s flying motorcycle — play important roles in this volume, and characters encountered before, like the house-elf Dobby and Mr. Ollivander the wandmaker, resurface, too.
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  43. worldbeater

Sequestered[edit]

  1. phono
    • 2007 July 19, J. D. Biersdorfer, “Connecting to TV From a Laptop”, New York Times:
      These days, RCA (also known as composite or phono plugs), S-Video, D.V.I. (digital video interface) and, the latest, H.D.M.I. (high-definition multimedia interface) are among the many types of connectors used between computers and televisions.
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