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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-08 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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75477 tokens ‧ 54778 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7597 types ‧ 28 (~ 0.369%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-10-08[edit]

  1. advergame
  2. advergames
  3. blousons
    • 2007 October 8, Cathy Horyn, “McQueen at Full, Fabulous Tilt”, New York Times:
      But other designers have done the same, notably John Galliano and Rick Owens, in a very similar style. Mr. Theyskens may have wanted loose dresses and tops in mauve and lilac-gray silk to look indistinct, his rough jackets and blousons to seem worn and unprecious.
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  4. booklike
    • 2007 October 8, Janet Maslin, “It May Be a Book, but You Can Read It”, New York Times:
      Now comes the flip-flop, as Mr. Colbert brings the gale-force power of his promotional talents to the hawking of “I Am America (And So Can You!),” a booklike object with his face plastered on its cover.
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  5. consigner
    • 2007 October 8, Corey Kilgannon, “What’s a Pulitzer Worth? Newsday’s Are Auctioned”, New York Times:
      Jim Halperin, co-chairman of Heritage Auction Galleries in Dallas, said the consigner was a coin dealer who said he had purchased the medals at an estate sale on Long Island in 2001.
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  6. counterdemonstrators
    • 2007 October 8, Elaine Sciolino, “Immigration, Black Sheep and Swiss Rage”, New York Times:
      [On Saturday, a march of several thousand SVP supporters in Bern ended in clashes between hundreds of rock-throwing counterdemonstrators and riot police officers, who used tear gas to disperse them.
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  7. foredeck
    • 2007 October 8, Dennis Hevesi, “Erik Hazelhoff Roelfzema, a ‘Soldier of Orange,’ Is Dead at 90”, New York Times:
      The dinghy came under withering fire after delivering radio transmitters to Dutch resistance fighters who would use the devices to relay information about German installations and troop movements. Mr. Hazelhoff Roelfzema wrote of the gunboat: “Crewmen crouched on the foredeck and along the sides.
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  8. halacha
    • 2007 October 8, Steven Erlanger, “As Farmers and Fields Rest, a Land Grows Restless”, New York Times:
      Charged with interpreting religious law, or halacha, they devised the “heter mechira,” or sale permit, which allows Jews to temporarily “sell” their land to non-Jews for the shmita year, so the land may be cultivated.
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  9. lockbox
  10. megaprofits
  11. nonwinning
    • 2007 October 8, Murray Chass, “Clemens Limps Toward the Exit”, New York Times:
      He was 6-6, his first nonwinning record since 1996, which was his last year with the Red Sox .
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  12. outgained
  13. outpointing
    • 2007 October 8, The Associated Press, “Peter Rallies for W.B.C. Title”, New York Times:
      Samuel Peter survived three early knockdowns Saturday night to win the World Boxing Council title, outpointing Jameel McCline at Madison Square Garden.
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  14. outslugging
  15. punchless
    • 2007 October 8, Pat Borzi, “Red Sox Sweep Angels and Head to the A.L.C.S.”, New York Times:
      The Rally Rackets were silenced for the most part, and the Red Sox rode seven scoreless innings from Curt Schilling and a seven-run eighth to rout the punchless Angels, 9-1, and sweep this best-of-five series.
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  16. shmita
  17. smatterings
  18. subscores
    • 2007 October 8, Richard PéRez-PeñA, “The Battle for the Consumer Online”, New York Times:
      In its automotive rankings, U.S. News assigns an overall numerical score to each vehicle — along with subscores in a handful of areas — and offers quick, easy-to-use comparisons of that grade to all the others in its class.
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  19. superspeedway
    • 2007 October 8, Ray Glier, “Gordon Passes Johnson in Race and Standings”, New York Times:
      “When the momentum is there and the opportunity is there, I go with it,” Gordon said of his late pass in the first race using the Car of Tomorrow at a superspeedway.
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  20. ultrasensitivity
    • 2007 October 8, Andrew Adam Newman, “Acquisitive Craigslist Post Reddens Faces All Around”, New York Times:
      “In the age of ultrasensitivity to sexual harassment, people might think that this guy’s response about women being depreciating assets is not exactly how they want their firm to be perceived by the public,” he said.
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  21. uncast
    • 2007 October 8, Allan Kozinn, “Whofore Art Thou, O Tenor?”, New York Times:
      The chances are slim. Mr. Kaiser is scheduled to sing on Thursday, and then the production is on hiatus until December. Mr. Giordani is not available for the uncast performances.
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  22. unchildish
    • 2007 October 8, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      But that doesn’t mean it has been easy for her to outgrow her former self. Ms. Rimes recently turned 25, and though she has always had a remarkably unchildish voice (her 1996 breakthrough single was a beautiful, Patsy Cline-ish song called “Blue”), she has spent much of this decade trying to figure out where she fits on the country-pop continuum.
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  23. underregulated
    • 2007 October 8, “The American Dream in Reverse”, New York Times:
      The foreclosure crisis is rooted in reckless — and shamefully underregulated — mortgage lending.
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  24. uninspiringly
    • 2007 October 8, Claudia La Rocco, “Classical Indian Tradition Bumps Up Against London Businessmen”, New York Times:
      The price of admission, $10, is still something (albeit a fast dwindling something) in this city, and neither the cash outlay nor the more precious expenditure of two hours was worth it for such an uninspiringly safe lineup.
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  25. unprecious
    • 2007 October 8, Cathy Horyn, “McQueen at Full, Fabulous Tilt”, New York Times:
      But other designers have done the same, notably John Galliano and Rick Owens, in a very similar style. Mr. Theyskens may have wanted loose dresses and tops in mauve and lilac-gray silk to look indistinct, his rough jackets and blousons to seem worn and unprecious.
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  26. yodelirious
    • 2007 October 8, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      LeAnn Rimes has been a country star since she was 13, and has something many former teenage sensations lack: a big, versatile voice, well suited to melismatic power ballads and yodelirious country throwbacks and most of what’s in between.
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