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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-02 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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96502 tokens ‧ 71308 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8863 types ‧ 33 (~ 0.372%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-02[edit]

  1. antiscalping
  2. bellbottoms
  3. biguine
    • 2007 August 2, Jon Pareles, “A Wide Range of Sounds, From Antillean to Zouk”, New York Times:
      The band had three contrasting lead singers: Mr. Desvarieux, who was gruff and smoky; Mr. Marthely, a buoyant tenor; and Ms. Beroard, whose voice can be bright and poppy or sweetly affectionate. Mr. Naimro’s keyboards could sound like zinging dance-club synthesizers, an accordion, a steel drum or the clarinet used in old Martinican biguine music. Mr. Desvarieux’s guitar sometimes hinted at blues-rock or the intertwining lines of African rock before slipping back into the rhythm section.
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  4. compas *
    • 2007 August 2, Jon Pareles, “A Wide Range of Sounds, From Antillean to Zouk”, New York Times:
      The band records in Paris, but at the core of its songs is a jovial midtempo beat from Antillean carnival music — originally played on a log drum — that’s kin to Haitian compas and Trinidadian calypso.
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  5. cuke
  6. cukes
  7. declarant
    • 2007 August 2, Stephanie Saul, “Novartis Faces Class Action Over Sex Bias”, New York Times:
      “The declarant, five months pregnant at the time, drew the eye of the trainer, who said, ‘Oops, too late,’ ” Judge Lynch wrote in his opinion.
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  8. fetishizable
    • 2007 August 2, Cintra Wilson, “Prada’s Sassy Sister Knows How to Party”, New York Times:
      WHY YOU GO THERE Huge fetishizable handbags, subtle jokes, hypnotic jacquard and luscious natural fibers perversely tricked out to look like cheap petroleum knockoffs.
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  9. finca *
    • 2007 August 2, Julia Chaplin, “A New Tribe of Tepee Dwellers”, New York Times:
      Danny McGrath, a British-born film director, lives on Ibiza between shoots with his wife, Sophie, a costume designer, and their daughter in a 500-year-old finca in a remote valley down the road from Ms. Jagger.
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  10. fincas
    • 2007 August 2, Julia Chaplin, “A New Tribe of Tepee Dwellers”, New York Times:
      Not that Ibiza hasn’t changed a lot in the 40-odd years since long-haired world travelers began descending on it from less temperate way stations like Goa, Morocco and Southeast Asia, taking over dilapidated farmhouses, called fincas.
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  11. flyball
    • 2007 August 2, Ben Shpigel, “Shaky at the Start, Pérez Settles in to Strike Out 11”, New York Times:
      Pérez, a flyball pitcher, recorded only two fly outs, and one of the two balls hit Anderson’s way — Fielder’s three-run homer in the first — traveled an estimated 447 feet and dented a strip above the Miller Lite sign on the center-field scoreboard.
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  12. megamusicals
    • 2007 August 2, Ben Brantley, “Titters, Snickers and Guffaws, With a British Accent”, New York Times:
      Save the C-notes for eye-filling megamusicals or, maybe, a good-for-you drama of intellectual aspirations, preferably with a script from England and a star from Hollywood.
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  13. memoirish
    • 2007 August 2, Penelope Green, “Updating Newport, Ever So Gently”, New York Times:
      This year you can soak up its pre-Woodstock, pre-civil-rights-age vibe from the pages of a new memoirish coffee-table book peppered with photographs of family groups on Newport lawns called “A Privileged Life: Celebrating WASP Style,” by Susanna Salk, and also from the movie “Evening” — another WASP-y “remembrance of things past,” like the Susan Minot novel on which it is based.
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  14. midtempo
    • 2007 August 2, Jon Pareles, “A Wide Range of Sounds, From Antillean to Zouk”, New York Times:
      The band records in Paris, but at the core of its songs is a jovial midtempo beat from Antillean carnival music — originally played on a log drum — that’s kin to Haitian compas and Trinidadian calypso.
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  15. nappa *
    • 2007 August 2, Cintra Wilson, “Prada’s Sassy Sister Knows How to Party”, New York Times:
      Fragrant nappa leather and suede is quilted, ruched and shirred into shoulder bags and doctor satchels of pleasingly monstrous size, redolent of custom muscle-car seats (and ranging from around $1,200 to $1,500).
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  16. nonadvisory
    • 2007 August 2, Michael J. De La Merced, “Lazard Posts 2.2% Profit Decline”, New York Times:
      Beyond growing its nonadvisory businesses, Lazard is seeking to expand into other markets.
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  17. noncertified
    • 2007 August 2, Louise Story, “Lead Paint Prompts Mattel to Recall 967,000 Toys”, New York Times:
      Mattel executives said they did not know if the contract manufacturer substituted paint from a noncertified supplier or if a certified supplier caused the problem.
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  18. nonlawyers
    • 2007 August 2, “Manhattan: Lawyer Admits Using a Runner”, New York Times:
      It is illegal in New York for lawyers to accept referrals from nonlawyers. Mr. Morgenthau said that Mr. Sheeger had obtained 67 cases using a go-between from April to November 2002.
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  19. pacemakerlike
  20. poufs
    • 2007 August 2, Julia Chaplin, “A New Tribe of Tepee Dwellers”, New York Times:
      Every year, they change the décor, using objects from movie sets they have worked on, like the current red-and-yellow Moroccan blankets and leather-stitched poufs from Ridley Scott’s 2005 movie “Kingdom of Heaven,” which Ms. McGrath worked on as a stylist.
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  21. prescreened
    • 2007 August 2, “Just What Is ‘Victory’ in Iraq? (6 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Isn’t it probable that the news media and think tank visitors can see only soldiers who are prescreened by the administration, who are willing to speak its line?
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  22. preteenagers
    • 2007 August 2, Brooks Barnes, “Disney Acquires Web Site for Children”, New York Times:
      LOS ANGELES, Aug. 1 — Racing to solidify its dominant position in children’s entertainment on the Internet, the Walt Disney Company said Wednesday that it had acquired a subscription Web site aimed at preteenagers, Club Penguin, in a deal that could total $700 million.
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  23. ringless
    • 2007 August 2, Erwin R. Tiongson, “And the Band Stayed On”, New York Times:
      After we were married, a jeweler told us that it would take about five weeks to etch our names into our bands, and we thought that seemed too long to be ringless.
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  24. shamanesque
    • 2007 August 2, Julia Chaplin, “A New Tribe of Tepee Dwellers”, New York Times:
      His shamanesque installers are two brothers who live in tepees on a squat in the Ibizan forest, and who cleanse new tepees with sage burning and song.
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  25. supercross
  26. supermoto
    • 2007 August 2, Matt Higgins, “Once Shunned, Freestylers to Meet Rivals”, New York Times:
      James Stewart, considered to be Carmichael’s heir apparent in motocross, had been scheduled to compete in supermoto, but pulled out earlier this week.
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  27. ticklingly
    • 2007 August 2, Ben Brantley, “Titters, Snickers and Guffaws, With a British Accent”, New York Times:
      Adjust the volume, tweak the contours, refine the timing and, if need be, fiddle with the setting, and the hoariest yuck-fest can seem as dewy as a morning in May. Examples of tales told ticklingly are in unusual abundance here, with comedies for every taste within the mainstream of London theater.
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  28. unconflicted
    • 2007 August 2, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “The Side Deal in the Deal for Dow Jones”, New York Times:
      By paying the bankers and lawyers for the family, did the News Corporation essentially buy off the advisers and, more important, did the family receive unconflicted guidance or was it pushed to do the deal by high-priced Wall Street advisers who stood to make far more if a deal was consummated?
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  29. undereye
    • 2007 August 2, Laurel Naversen Geraghty, “I Am Not a Crab: When Wrinkles Lie”, New York Times:
      Lips that have thinned over time may cause a person to appear irritable or tense, a naturally elevated brow may suggest judgment or skepticism, and undereye shadows can make a person appear weary and burdened.
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  30. unevolved
    • 2007 August 2, Katharine Q. Seelye, “Allies Urge Republicans to Join YouTube Debate”, New York Times:
      This year, while Mr. Giuliani’s online presence is regarded as relatively unevolved, he is leading other Republicans in national polls. Mr. Romney is leading in polls in Iowa and New Hampshire.
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  31. unmoor

Sequestered[edit]

  1. mantid
    • 2007 August 2, Anne Raver, “Nature Red in Tooth, Claw and Carapace”, New York Times:
      For instance, if you really watch a praying mantis — technically, a praying mantid — you will see that, contrary to what our grade school teachers told us, this handsome insect is not our friend.
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