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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-16 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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96702 tokens ‧ 71289 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9034 types ‧ 47 (~ 0.52%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-16[edit]

  1. anticough
    • 2007 August 16, Gardiner Harris, “Parents Warned Cough Medicines Imperil Infants”, New York Times:
      Among the ingredients that have caused concern are anticough medicines including dextromethorphan, which is the DM in many preparations.
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  2. antidrilling
  3. antipreneurial
    • 2007 August 16, Mike Albo, “The New Sophisticated-Smelling Me”, New York Times:
      For all of its antipreneurial attitude and talk of individualism, I worry that Le Labo, no matter how nonconformist, will fall prey to the evils of the seemingly unstoppable “masstige” — produce huge quantities, spend gobs of money on advertising and quickly ship all over the world.
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  4. blitzy
    • 2007 August 16, Mike Albo, “The New Sophisticated-Smelling Me”, New York Times:
      They decided to forgo a blitzy ad campaign and spend their budget on high-quality ingredients that would be mixed at the store.
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  5. boothmate
    • 2007 August 16, Richard Sandomir, “Rizzuto’s Fans Post Tributes and Recount Funny Moments”, New York Times:
      John B. wrote that Rizzuto once stopped telling a story to interject, “And Mattingly flies out,” to which his boothmate, Bill White, added, “Uh, Phil, Mattingly struck out two batters ago.”
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  6. caulklike
    • 2007 August 16, Kenneth Chang, “Shuttle Crew Is Told to Study for Repairs, as NASA Wavers”, New York Times:
      While confident that a repair was within the capabilities of the astronauts, mission managers also want to avoid unnecessary risks. Mr. Shannon said that this type of spacewalk, underneath the shuttle, had never been done before, that the tool for squirting a caulklike material into the gouge had not been tested in space and that the repair could conceivably make the situation worse.
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  7. cometlike
    • 2007 August 16, Warren E. Leary, “Long-Studied Giant Star Displays Huge Cometlike Tail”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 — Astronomers have discovered that a giant star that has been studied for centuries is streaking across the sky trailing an enormous, cometlike tail.
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  8. dianthus
    • 2007 August 16, Anne Raver, “A Connecticut Hillside of Feisty Beauties”, New York Times:
      She tried to grow orange African daisies, which have silvery foliage, among her blue-green dianthus — the combination was a knockout — but they both went belly-up in the rain.
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  9. dichondra
  10. geekily
  11. gomphrenas
    • 2007 August 16, Anne Raver, “A Connecticut Hillside of Feisty Beauties”, New York Times:
      Silver plants bring out the colors of everything else: purple gomphrenas, lime-green nicotianas, the apricot leaves of Caramel, a tough heuchera that can take humidity.
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  12. guajeros
    • 2007 August 16, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      7 P.M. (Cinemax) RECYCLED LIFE They call them guajeros, the thousands of unskilled laborers who for more than 60 years have made the Guatemala City garbage dump their home, and who were shunned by society and overlooked by the government until disaster struck in January 2005.
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  13. heuchera
    • 2007 August 16, Anne Raver, “A Connecticut Hillside of Feisty Beauties”, New York Times:
      Silver plants bring out the colors of everything else: purple gomphrenas, lime-green nicotianas, the apricot leaves of Caramel, a tough heuchera that can take humidity.
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  14. heucheras
  15. hyperextended
  16. interhuman
  17. interreligious
    • 2007 August 16, The Associated Press, “Evangelicals Join Interfaith Effort to Write Rules for Conversions”, New York Times:
      The council said the code should establish what “needs to be banned when it comes to Christian mission, a daunting task given the many different contexts involved,” and should provide guidelines for dealing with complicated issues like interreligious marriages.
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  18. jihadization
  19. madcaps
    • 2007 August 16, Ruth La Ferla, “Living in Her Moment, Again”, New York Times:
      They do indeed, sometimes addressing her as Ms. Johnson (as in Betsey) or Ms. Westwood (as in Vivienne), madcaps who have likewise sustained famously long-running careers.
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  20. minimike
    • 2007 August 16, Eric A. Taub, “The Record of Your Life as a Digital Archive”, New York Times:
      Assuming you still have a phonograph turntable (or eight-track or cassette deck) and it is not the console type from the 1950s or earlier, plug the audio output from the turntable’s amplifier/receiver into the minimike port found on virtually all home computers.
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  21. mojarra
    • 2007 August 16, Dave Sherwood, “Above the Clouds, It’s Almost Heaven, Costa Rica”, New York Times:
      I assumed they were farm fish, but Gorinsky, a friend and local fishing guide who has cast a line for everything from 6-inch mojarra to 300-pound marlin, assured me otherwise.
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  22. multicharacter
  23. nicotianas
    • 2007 August 16, Anne Raver, “A Connecticut Hillside of Feisty Beauties”, New York Times:
      Silver plants bring out the colors of everything else: purple gomphrenas, lime-green nicotianas, the apricot leaves of Caramel, a tough heuchera that can take humidity.
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  24. nonharassment
    • 2007 August 16, David W. Dunlap, “A Hotel Is Back, Much Changed, but Still a Hotel”, New York Times:
      Because of their accusations, Chetrit was unable to obtain a nonharassment certificate from the city that it needed to proceed with construction, said Councilwoman Gale A. Brewer, who represents the area and was involved in negotiations over the fate of the Empire.
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  25. nonunionized
    • 2007 August 16, Michael Barbaro, “Democratic Advisers Take Posts in Group Opposing Wal-Mart”, New York Times:
      The group, which has attacked the wages, health benefits and labor practices of the nonunionized Wal-Mart, is expected to appoint Meghan Scott, who worked on John Edwards ’s presidential campaign, as its deputy campaign manager, giving her day-to-day control. Ms. Scott previously oversaw communications for the American Association for Justice, formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
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  26. odiferous
    • 2007 August 16, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “My Dad, American Inventor”, New York Times:
      But as more fathers have taken hands-on roles in child rearing, tackling some of the grittier and more odiferous chores of parenthood and even becoming stay-at-home dads, their inventions are increasingly inspired by personal experiences like Mr. Habeeb’s.
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  27. ponyfoot
    • 2007 August 16, Anne Raver, “A Connecticut Hillside of Feisty Beauties”, New York Times:
      Silver Falls, a variety of ponyfoot that is widely available, glimmers and gleams because of the tiny hairs that cover its little leaves, making them soft as silk to the touch and helping them reflect light and heat.
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  28. poolscape
    • 2007 August 16, Kimberly Stevens, “Pools Conceived to Make a Splash”, New York Times:
      Seven masonry crews of five to ten men each carved boulders and cement into a naturalistic poolscape, with elaborate lighting and sound systems.
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  29. preprofessionalism
    • 2007 August 16, Winnie Hu, “Forced to Pick a Major in High School”, New York Times:
      But other parents and some educators have criticized it as preprofessionalism run amok or a marketing gimmick.
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  30. riverkeeper
    • 2007 August 16, Anthony Depalma, “Business and Science to Join in Taking a River’s Pulse”, New York Times:
      (The error was repeated in an editorial in the Westchester section on Aug. 19 .) Mr. Cronin is the second Hudson riverkeeper, a private pollution watchdog — not the first, a distinction held by Thomas Whyatt, who served from 1973 to 1976.
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  31. roughcutting
    • 2007 August 16, Rick Lyman, “Newly Released”, New York Times:
      The earliest stories are told in a sometimes difficult patois (“The call came at the very backsunded end of the darkening, a clusterfist roughcutting my lintel and my future sleep,” as the fictional sleuth Professor Saintfrancis has it).
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  32. schmoozer
  33. spacewalkers
  34. swordlike
    • 2007 August 16, Anne Raver, “A Connecticut Hillside of Feisty Beauties”, New York Times:
      These plants have to look good, because of their striking shape, vibrant color or tendency to spread out and meander over the stones in the path, or to weave themselves through other plants the way a golden form of talinum winds through the swordlike leaves of a yucca.
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  35. talinum
    • 2007 August 16, Anne Raver, “A Connecticut Hillside of Feisty Beauties”, New York Times:
      These plants have to look good, because of their striking shape, vibrant color or tendency to spread out and meander over the stones in the path, or to weave themselves through other plants the way a golden form of talinum winds through the swordlike leaves of a yucca.
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  36. textiness
    • 2007 August 16, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “Wiring the Frog, or Personal Tales From the Electronic Present”, New York Times:
      Still, I’m the kind of person who tries never to use the word “quote” as if it were a noun, and so I’m embarrassed about using “text” as a verb, especially since I come from a generation that watched the academic study of literature degenerate into the study of textiness.
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  37. toile *
    • 2007 August 16, Joyce Wadler, “An Actor Really Sells His Material”, New York Times:
      Most telling is the toile Mr. Batt and Mr. Cianfichi sell at Hazelnut, their home décor shop on Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans.
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  38. treeware
    • 2007 August 16, Rick Lyman, “Newly Released”, New York Times:
      “In treeware format!
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  39. ultradelicate
    • 2007 August 16, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      Instead of focusing on a specific period, he said, use furniture that has “a beefy, substantial silhouette, rather than something that’s very thin and ultradelicate, which will look dwarfed in most modern environments.”
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  40. unanalytical
    • 2007 August 16, Dinitia Smith, “The Legacy of the Raj: Adrift in Two Cultures”, New York Times:
      “She’s away to one side watching but occasionally returns to within herself, looks out at me with what seems genuine unanalytical imprisonment in the moment.”
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  41. unfishable
  42. washings

Sequestered[edit]

  1. backsunded
    • 2007 August 16, Rick Lyman, “Newly Released”, New York Times:
      The earliest stories are told in a sometimes difficult patois (“The call came at the very backsunded end of the darkening, a clusterfist roughcutting my lintel and my future sleep,” as the fictional sleuth Professor Saintfrancis has it).
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  2. clusterfist
    • 2007 August 16, Rick Lyman, “Newly Released”, New York Times:
      The earliest stories are told in a sometimes difficult patois (“The call came at the very backsunded end of the darkening, a clusterfist roughcutting my lintel and my future sleep,” as the fictional sleuth Professor Saintfrancis has it).
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