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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-04 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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2007-10-04[edit]

  1. aspirers
    • 2007 October 4, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “Calling All Alpha Kitties”, New York Times:
      Yet as the Rapunzel-editor in her high tower, she said, she had begun to feel walled off from the legions of aspirers.
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  2. breakings
    • 2007 October 4, Ben Ratliff, “A Tour of the Ragged South, With Stops”, New York Times:
      Her agitation is best forgotten, even though the two songs that she stopped in the middle and re-started from the top — agonizing spell breakings — may be how the audience will remember the show.
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  3. cannulae
    • 2007 October 4, Natasha Singer, “Is the ‘Mom Job’ Really Necessary?”, New York Times:
      But the marketing of the “mommy makeover” seeks to pathologize the postpartum body, characterizing pregnancy and childbirth as maladies with disfiguring aftereffects that can be repaired with the help of scalpels and cannulae.
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  4. castmate
    • 2007 October 4, Jacques Steinberg, “New Video Gives ‘SNL’ Another Hit on the Web”, New York Times:
      In it, a crooning, piano-playing Mr. Samberg and a doppelgänger for the Iranian president (his castmate Fred Armisen , bearded and in a gray suit and open-neck dress shirt) dance and appear to fall in love — giving apparent lie to Mr. Ahmadinejad’s contention at Columbia University that there were no homosexuals in Iran.
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  5. coercively
    • 2007 October 4, Roger Cohen, “The New L-Word: Neocon”, New York Times:
      They’re the guys who, in the words of leftist commentator and blogger Matthew Yglesias, “believe that America should coercively dominate the world through military force” and “believe in a dogmatic form of American exceptionalism” and “favor the creation of a U.S.-dominated ‘universal empire.’ ”
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  6. corded
  7. cufflike
    • 2007 October 4, Margalit Fox, “Kazuko Oshima, Designer of Stone Jewelry, Dies at 65”, New York Times:
      Prices for Ms. Oshima’s work range from $400 for a small heart-shaped jasper pendant to $1,600 for a cufflike bracelet with quartz, turquoise, fluorite and red coral, according to Barney’s Web site.
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  8. deconstructivist
    • 2007 October 4, Mike Albo, “Abandoned by Principle, Seduced by a Sweater”, New York Times:
      It’s a studied disruption, which is fitting, since the Belgian-born Martin Margiela, who got his start designing for Jean Paul Gaultier in the ’80s, was the progenitor of the seam-exposed inside-out deconstructivist aesthetic of the late ’80s and early ’90s.
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  9. deportable
    • 2007 October 4, Nina Bernstein, “Citizens Caught Up in Immigration Raid”, New York Times:
      In the summer of 2006, she said, agents waving the same photo of a deportable immigrant named Miguel had stormed into her house before dawn.
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  10. dustproof
  11. earlike
  12. effetedom
    • 2007 October 4, Ginia Bellafante, “They Put on Their Pants a Leg at a Time; It’s Just That Their Legs Are Hairier”, New York Times:
      In all fairness to the producers who injudiciously decided to spin off an entire half-hour of fun from the Geico ads depicting cavemen fighting off presumptions of their insensitivity, the notion of Neanderthals crying over girlfriends and invading the universe of urban-professional effetedom isn’t an untenable comic premise.
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  13. fanless
  14. goldtone
    • 2007 October 4, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      A standout is Pascal Tarabay’s cuckoo clock, a modern interpretation of a traditional clock rendered in white, orange or blue powder-coated steel ($250), or plated in mirror-finish goldtone or silvertone ($395).
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  15. handpainted
    • 2007 October 4, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      Ms. Adams also suggested searching clockfind.com , a Web site that sells traditional and country-style clocks, like the quaint Oyster Bay, which has aged hands and a dusty-looking face decorated with a handpainted duck.
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  16. hipless
    • 2007 October 4, Cathy Horyn, “He Sees You in Flowers”, New York Times:
      Even if you don’t follow fashion, you’ve no doubt seen the armies of young women in shrunken blazers, hipless trousers and blocky orthopedic-friendly footwear — that’s Mr. Ghesquiere’s doing.
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  17. impermissibly
  18. influxes
  19. megafan
  20. microlender
    • 2007 October 4, Lisa Belkin, “A Capital Idea for Women”, New York Times:
      She founded Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence, an online microlender created to help finance companies owned by women.
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  21. midblossom
    • 2007 October 4, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “Calling All Alpha Kitties”, New York Times:
      For her part, Ms. Rubenstein is acutely aware of the young adults in midblossom who see her as a self-assured role model.
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  22. neoconitis
    • 2007 October 4, Roger Cohen, “The New L-Word: Neocon”, New York Times:
      In short, neoconitis, a condition as rampant as liberal-lampooning a few years back, has left scant room for liberal hawks.
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  23. neosocialist
    • 2007 October 4, Hugh Naylor, “Syria, Seeking Investors, Turns Cautiously to Iran”, New York Times:
      This form of state-led capitalism allows Tehran to direct its investments more easily in its desired sphere of influence, he said, much like President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela’s neosocialist agenda across Latin America.
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  24. nonbloc
  25. nondirect
    • 2007 October 4, John Sullivan, “Motherly Act Began Events That Led to Gotbaum Death”, New York Times:
      The delay and the resulting nondirect flight were part of a series of circumstances that led to Ms. Gotbaum’s confrontation with the police at the Phoenix airport, and to her subsequent death in police custody.
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  26. outcheered
    • 2007 October 4, Pat Borzi, “Piniella Pulls Zambrano, and Arizona Pounces”, New York Times:
      Mostly clad in red shirts and waving white pompoms, they vastly outnumbered and outcheered Cub fans, who usually have a strong presence here.
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  27. postepisode
    • 2007 October 4, Bill Carter, “Fictional Characters Get Virtual Lives, Too”, New York Times:
      It was vital, he said, that viewers who participate in the postepisode simulation not move ahead of viewers who just want to watch the television show.
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  28. postpregnancy
    • 2007 October 4, Natasha Singer, “Is the ‘Mom Job’ Really Necessary?”, New York Times:
      Even Cookie, a luxury parenting magazine, recently ran an article that described postpregnancy breasts as “the ultimate indignity” and promoted implant surgery; a photo of droopy water-filled balloons accompanied the article.
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  29. promotable
    • 2007 October 4, Bill Carter, “Fictional Characters Get Virtual Lives, Too”, New York Times:
      “My job is to bring as many people to television as possible, but also to do things that are promotable and young,” he said.
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  30. recommitment
    • 2007 October 4, James C. Dobson, “The Values Test”, New York Times:
      Speaking personally, and not for the organization I represent or the other leaders gathered in Salt Lake City, I firmly believe that the selection of a president should begin with a recommitment to traditional moral values and beliefs.
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  31. rehauled
    • 2007 October 4, Ginia Bellafante, “They Put on Their Pants a Leg at a Time; It’s Just That Their Legs Are Hairier”, New York Times:
      Given that “Cavemen” was reshot, recast and rehauled before it finally made it to the airwaves, it’s hard to fathom why better use wasn’t made of Jeff Daniel Phillips, whose slouchy sense of exasperation at the feminized, judging modern world is what elevates the Geico campaign to addictive sketch comedy. Mr. Phillips will make only guest appearances on “Cavemen” — if it survives, that is, all the rocks and fire.
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  32. retailored
    • 2007 October 4, Mike Albo, “Abandoned by Principle, Seduced by a Sweater”, New York Times:
      Seasonal collections (1 for women, 10 for men) are separated from Wardrobes (4 for women, 14 for men), which have their stock replenished, and sometimes slightly retailored to fit each season.
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  33. sabering
    • 2007 October 4, Nicholas Confessore, “Spitzer Relishes Fight on License Policy, but Some Democrats Worry”, New York Times:
      “Osama bin Laden is somewhere in a cave with his den of thieves and terrorists, and he’s probably sabering the cork on some Champagne right now, saying ‘Hey, that governor’s really assisting us,’ ” James N. Tedisco, the minority leader of the State Assembly, said at an appearance last week.
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  34. semifinished
    • 2007 October 4, New York Times[1]:
      4-bedroom, 1-bath, 62-year-old brick-and-vinyl-sided house; dining room, eat-in kitchen, enclosed heated sunroom, parquet floors, semifinished basement; 2-car garage; 19-by-103-ft. lot; taxes $3,439; listed at $750,000, 26 weeks on market (broker: Mary Kay Gallagher Real Estate)
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  35. silvertone
    • 2007 October 4, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      A standout is Pascal Tarabay’s cuckoo clock, a modern interpretation of a traditional clock rendered in white, orange or blue powder-coated steel ($250), or plated in mirror-finish goldtone or silvertone ($395).
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  36. skeletonized
    • 2007 October 4, Janet Maslin, “Adam, Grace and Faith: Roles in a Humid Thriller”, New York Times:
      “Partially skeletonized remains were hauled out of a deep crack in the earth on a bright, blue day,” the paper reports when one of the book’s long-absent characters is suddenly absent no more.
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  37. soilless
    • 2007 October 4, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      One popular recipe for a homemade version is two parts soilless mix like Pro-Mix and one part each vermiculite and perlite.
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  38. spillproof
  39. springboarding
    • 2007 October 4, Jennifer Steinhauer, “In Ballot Fight, California Gets a Taste of ’08”, New York Times:
      Such a change could amount to a seismic shift in the nation’s electoral dynamics, potentially springboarding a Republican into the White House, and the possibility has animated hopeful Republicans and fearful Democrats.
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  40. talismen
    • 2007 October 4, Pat Borzi, “Piniella Pulls Zambrano, and Arizona Pounces”, New York Times:
      That little pep talk is not likely to placate a frenzied fan base that can find talismen in everything from headphone-wearing fans to farm animals, the product of 99 years without a world championship.
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  41. travestied
    • 2007 October 4, “A Nobel Laureate’s Plea: Justice for the Cuban Five”, New York Times:
      I feel compelled by human concern and values, and by my awareness of how justice was travestied in my own country, South Africa, in like ways during the apartheid era, to raise my voice in protest at the persecution of these five Cuban men.
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  42. unballetic
  43. unpointed
  44. wimplike
    • 2007 October 4, Roger Cohen, “The New L-Word: Neocon”, New York Times:
      Everyone from President Bush to Ann Coulter was using it to denote wimplike, Volvo-driving softies too spineless for dangerous times and too given to speaking French.
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  45. wreckages
    • 2007 October 4, Steve Friess, “Clues to 3 Plane Wrecks Could Be Lost in Files Purge”, New York Times:
      It is believed that the wreckages discovered in the Fossett search date back further than 1989, said a spokeswoman for the Civil Air Patrol Nevada Wing, Maj. Cynthia S. Ryan.
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