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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-20 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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109027 tokens ‧ 78488 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9638 types ‧ 48 (~ 0.498%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-20[edit]

  1. antimosquito
  2. ballhawk
    • 2007 July 20, Lee Jenkins, “Rested Bonds Climbs 2 Steps Closer to Aaron”, New York Times:
      The first home run ball was caught by Dave Davison, a renowned Wrigley Field ballhawk, who patrols Sheffield and Waveland Avenues.
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  3. ballhawks
  4. bifeprunox
    • 2007 July 20, Bloomberg News, “Wyeth Raises Forecast as Profit Jumps”, New York Times:
      By the end of the year, Wyeth may receive United States clearance for Pristiq; Viviant, a pill to prevent menopausal bone loss; and the schizophrenia drug bifeprunox.
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  5. butterbeer
    • 2007 July 20, Motoko Rich, “Muggle Soirees Herald ‘Harry’ Finale”, New York Times:
      In Oak Park, Ill., the Magic Tree Bookstore and the local visitors bureau are co-sponsoring a massive street party with MuggleNet.com , one of the biggest “Harry Potter” fan sites, featuring fortunetelling, a Slytherin reptile house (for the uninitiated, Slytherin is one of the four student houses at Hogwarts, the boarding school where much of the series’s action takes place) and various Potter-themed food and drinks like butterbeer or Hagrid’s chocolate marshmallow skewers.
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  6. buzuq
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      His band Two Rivers includes the soprano saxophonist Sam Newsome; the oud player and violinist Zaafer Tawil; the pianist Tareq Abboushi, who doubles on the buzuq, a fretted lute; and the rhythm section of Carlo DeRosa on bass and Nasheet Waits on drums.
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  7. caucusgoers
  8. counterblast
    • 2007 July 20, A. O. Scott, “Recounts and Recountings”, New York Times:
      “The Prisoner of Sex,” Mr. Mailer’s counterblast against feminism, inspired the ruckus at Town Hall and the showdown on “The Dick Cavett Show.”
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  9. croonmasters
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      BOYZ II MEN, RUBEN STUDDARD (Monday) Yes, Boyz II Men, the ’90s R&B croonmasters — reduced to a trio after one member, Michael McCary, left because of chronic back problems — are playing a free concert in Brooklyn with Ruben Studdard, the portly “American Idol” winner.
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  10. eskrima
  11. festivalist
    • 2007 July 20, Roberta Smith, “Space Exploration, Conducted on a Spiral”, New York Times:
      It points to what might be called festivalist collecting: the acquisition of large, crowd-pleasing artworks that are entertaining and irresistible on a superficial level.
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  12. fleetwide
    • 2007 July 20, “The House’s Duty on Energy”, New York Times:
      His amendment would raise mileage standards from a fleetwide average of about 25 miles per gallon to 35 miles per gallon 2018.
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  13. flyout
  14. homagerism
    • 2007 July 20, Alessandra Stanley, “Guy-TV Gumbo’s Latest Recipe”, New York Times:
      (It’s hard to pinpoint when a filmmaker’s homage turns into plagiarism — maybe a term like homagerism would cover it.)
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  15. hypercontrolled
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The paintings are hypercontrolled in one sense and yet pleasantly unpredictable, pitting different notions of trompe l’oeil against abstraction, and idealized modernist flatness against one kind of specificity or another.
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  16. klismos
    • 2007 July 20, Wendy Moonan, “Chinese Porcelain With a French Twist”, New York Times:
      Stephen Miller Siegel, a Manhattan architect and decorator, created a chic chartreuse-and-blue bedroom, with an immense Ruhlmann 1928 vanity from the Delorenzo Gallery; a pair of 18th-century Chinese trunks, a lacquer screen depicting the Tuileries Gardens and a pair of 18th-century Danish klismos chairs from H. M. Luther; and an embroidered linen screen from Liz O’Brien.
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  17. kunsthalle
    • 2007 July 20, Roberta Smith, “Space Exploration, Conducted on a Spiral”, New York Times:
      ¶It shows the Guggenheim, under Lisa Dennison, its director of two years, trying to look like a museum and make active use of its collection, rather than functioning mostly as a kunsthalle dedicated to traveling blockbusters.
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  18. likemindedness
    • 2007 July 20, Fernanda Santos, “Something New in Mount Vernon: A Mayoral Challenge”, New York Times:
      “I thought I was picking someone with likemindedness who would be groomed to take over the city eventually so that the residents wouldn’t miss me,” Mr. Davis said in an interview.
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  19. livres *
    • 2007 July 20, Wendy Moonan, “Chinese Porcelain With a French Twist”, New York Times:
      For perspective, the curator said that a dealer sold a pair of similar ormolu-mounted Chinese celadon vases in 1750 for 3,000 livres, the annual income of a provincial French noble at that time.
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  20. megaministry
    • 2007 July 20, Elaine Sciolino, “Chirac Questioned in Scandal From His Time as Paris Mayor”, New York Times:
      The loss forced him to resign from his post leading a new megaministry for the environment, transportation and energy in the government of Mr. Sarkozy, although he retains his job as mayor of Bordeaux.
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  21. mirrorlike
  22. multihomer
  23. museological
    • 2007 July 20, Roberta Smith, “Space Exploration, Conducted on a Spiral”, New York Times:
      But as a testament to what might be called the Thomas Krens legacy — he will be remembered as a builder of museums who failed to build where his museum needed it most — this is partly a depressing show, symptomatic of the kind of museological missteps that have become par for the course in New York.
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  24. newgrass
  25. nondomestic
  26. nonswearing
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      LIL WAYNE (Sunday) This show at the Beacon Theater is advertised as the first live appearance in New York of Lil Wayne, the New Orleans rap star who made his name as a nonswearing teenage gangsta and is now a veteran hitmaker with a quick, sly (and dirty) tongue.
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  27. outbuild
    • 2007 July 20, Dave Caldwell, “Williamsport, Pa.: Home of True Small Ball”, New York Times:
      “Each time they’d build, they’d try to outbuild all the rest of them,” said Dr. Randall F. Hipple, a retired obstetrician who helped establish a seven-block stretch of the street as a National Historic District.
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  28. pickoff
  29. postmillennial
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      MATT SHULMAN TRIO (Tuesday and Wednesday) On “So It Goes” (Jaggo), his second album, Matt Shulman further polishes a trumpet-and-vocals package vaguely suggestive of a postmillennial Chet Baker.
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  30. santoor
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      AMIR ELSAFFAR (Sunday) Mr. ElSaffar plays the trumpet and the santoor, a hammered dulcimer, and sings in the Iraqi Maqam tradition.
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  31. savate
  32. semiserious
  33. showhouse
    • 2007 July 20, Wendy Moonan, “Chinese Porcelain With a French Twist”, New York Times:
      More than 20 interior designers and decorative artists are participating in this year’s showhouse, a new, 10,000-square-foot shingle-style house built by George Gavalas of Bridgehampton.
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  34. subministerial
    • 2007 July 20, Zalmay Khalilzad, “Why the United Nations Belongs in Iraq”, New York Times:
      Also, the United Nations envoy for Iraq should convene a contact group at the subministerial level that will meet regularly to determine whether specific agreements are being carried out.
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  35. subtones
  36. toile *
    • 2007 July 20, Wendy Moonan, “Chinese Porcelain With a French Twist”, New York Times:
      Celerie Kemble went to Sentimento for French pots, antique book shelves and an Italian mirror; to Suzanne Golden for an Italian toile clock, candle sconces and a pair of French 19th-century bird decoys; and to Salander Decorative Arts for a set of Continental steel and ormolu fire irons, circa 1830.
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  37. trendlet
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      DEVOTCHKA (Tuesday and Wednesday) DeVotchKa, from Denver, is the most musically versatile band of the Gypsy-punk trendlet of the last few years.
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  38. uncontestable
  39. whalemen
    • 2007 July 20, William Grimes, “Beyond ‘Moby-Dick’: When America Went A-Fishing for the Whale”, New York Times:
      This was the period, Mr. Dolin writes, “when the whaling industry spawned most of its greatest stories of human drive, perseverance, success and failure, and when the American whalemen, harpoons in hand, attained mythic status.”
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  40. wraithlike
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      BAND OF HORSES, ANNUALS, OXFORD COLLAPSE (Sunday) With shimmering guitars that build from teardrops to epic heights, and wraithlike, death-obsessed vocals (“At every occasion I’ll be ready for the funeral”), Band of Horses’ songs both soar and sulk.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. brainer
    • 2007 July 20, “Cool in the Summer”, New York Times:
      But when we saw this place, it was a no brainer.
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  2. overracted = overacted
    • 2007 July 20, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘INTRODUCING THE DWIGHTS’ (R, 104 minutes) You don’t really want to meet them — at least not the mother, a needy stand-up comedian egregiously overracted by Brenda Blethyn .
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