User:Visviva/NYT 20071011

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search
← Previous (2007-10-10) Words harvested from the New York Times, 2007-10-11
  • List status: open
→ Next (2007-10-12)

This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-11 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

[ see all NYT pages ] - [ see all tracking lists ]

106407 tokens ‧ 78938 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9339 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.364%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-10-11[edit]

  1. antireligious
    • 2007 October 11, Slavoj Zizek, “How China Got Religion”, New York Times:
      Contrary to the conventional wisdom, the Chinese government is not antireligious.
      add
  2. designy
    • 2007 October 11, Chris Colin, “Good Design, Happy Cats?”, New York Times:
      But in general, in an era when everything from cheese graters to soap dishes has gotten designy, cat furniture has been the forgotten basement rec room.
      add
  3. facialist
    • 2007 October 11, Beth Landman, “Aestheticians Who Get in Your Face”, New York Times:
      But just as Ms. Dassinger, 50, had relaxed under a heated blanket, the rebuke of her facialist, Julie Lindh, put her on edge.
      add
  4. facialists
    • 2007 October 11, Beth Landman, “Aestheticians Who Get in Your Face”, New York Times:
      In the past, facialists basically cleaned pores, applied a mask and rubbed cream on your décolletage.
      add
  5. florals
    • 2007 October 11, Marianne Rohrlich, “Grandma’s Wallpaper Gets Funky”, New York Times:
      FUNKY, bold and bright, many new wallpapers offer a modern twist on fussy old damasks and florals.
      add
  6. handblocked
    • 2007 October 11, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      Another choice is handblocked cotton curtains from Urban Outfitters, which come in sassy, bohemian motifs and range in price from $14.99 to $36 a panel.
      add
  7. handpainted
    • 2007 October 11, Marianne Rohrlich, “Grandma’s Wallpaper Gets Funky”, New York Times:
      Chateau 66 is a handscreened print on a handpainted background from Nama Rococo, a wallpaper design studio in the Berkshires.
      add
  8. handprinted
    • 2007 October 11, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      Kestrel sells handprinted muslin panels by the Walnut Street Studio that can be inserted in the doors for a decorative statement.
      add
  9. handscreened
    • 2007 October 11, Marianne Rohrlich, “Grandma’s Wallpaper Gets Funky”, New York Times:
      Chateau 66 is a handscreened print on a handpainted background from Nama Rococo, a wallpaper design studio in the Berkshires.
      add
  10. henley
    • 2007 October 11, Mike Albo, “Where Men Don’t Ask, ‘Do I Look O.K.?’”, New York Times:
      For example, when I tried on a white short-sleeve henley shirt ($14.90) in a small, it barely fit me because I am used to our traditional North American Gargantua-scale, where a small T-shirt is actually an extra large and would fit me only after constantly eating Nachos Bell Grande at Taco Bell for six months.
      add
  11. hooplike
    • 2007 October 11, Jennifer Dunning, “A Company of Classicists in a Variety of Settings”, New York Times:
      William Soleau’s new “Table Games,” danced to Corelli and an uncredited sound score, gave six party guests chances to wander into darkness, away from friends and an ingenious hooplike table top.
      add
  12. krut *
    • 2007 October 11, Gia Kourlas, “Mozart Tale With Accent of Cambodia”, New York Times:
      After the queen and her devotees liberate Preah Chhapoan (Kong Bonich) from a krut, or garuda bird, he promises to rescue Pamina Devi.
      add
  13. kvelled
  14. laptoplike
    • 2007 October 11, David Pogue, “(Mostly) Good Things in a Small Package”, New York Times:
      There was a momentary flicker of hope last January when Palm’s founder, Jeff Hawkins, introduced the Foleo — a superthin, category-busting, laptoplike “cellphone companion” — but Palm canceled the Foleo last month.
      add
  15. machinelike
  16. microcurrent
  17. midsentence
    • 2007 October 11, Linda Greenhouse, “Case of Texas Murderer Engrosses Supreme Court”, New York Times:
      Chief Justice Rehnquist was famous for cutting off lawyers in midsentence, even midsyllable, as soon as the red light on the lectern came on to signal that time was up.
      add
  18. midsyllable
    • 2007 October 11, Linda Greenhouse, “Case of Texas Murderer Engrosses Supreme Court”, New York Times:
      Chief Justice Rehnquist was famous for cutting off lawyers in midsentence, even midsyllable, as soon as the red light on the lectern came on to signal that time was up.
      add
  19. multigoal
  20. nontimed
    • 2007 October 11, Charles Herold, “Finding Fun, Even When Perfection Isn’t Achieved”, New York Times:
      But the Hourglass nightmare is never truly over, because after the player returns to its terrific nontimed levels for a while, the game once again sends Link back to the temple for another clue.
      add
  21. pocketable
  22. sooooo
    • 2007 October 11, Michelle Slatalla, “You Virtually Had to Be There”, New York Times:
      It could be in the form of an e-mail message — “Check out this sweet car I saw for sale on Craigslist” — or when I’m trying to work and an instant message pops up: Oh, come on, it’s sooooo cheappppp (for a car).
      add
  23. stilton *
    • 2007 October 11, Marianne Rohrlich, “Grandma’s Wallpaper Gets Funky”, New York Times:
      Grand Jubilee Wallpaper, by Nancy Mims, a partner at Mod Green Pod, a small design studio and wallpaper manufacturer, is available in five colors: cream, stilton, raspberry, chocolate or licorice; $90 for a 27-inch-by-5-yard roll from the Q Collection, 915 Broadway (21st Street), (212) 529-1400 or qcollection.com .
      add
  24. superthin
    • 2007 October 11, David Pogue, “(Mostly) Good Things in a Small Package”, New York Times:
      There was a momentary flicker of hope last January when Palm’s founder, Jeff Hawkins, introduced the Foleo — a superthin, category-busting, laptoplike “cellphone companion” — but Palm canceled the Foleo last month.
      add
  25. toothlike
    • 2007 October 11, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      The toothlike top edge grips the top of the brick while the U-shaped spring at the bottom of the device holds it steady along the brick’s lower edge.
      add
  26. ultrarunner
    • 2007 October 11, Sarah Tuff, “When the Heat Can’t Be Outrun”, New York Times:
      Mesh caps, a favorite of the ultrarunner Dean Karnazes of California, release heat while shielding you from sun.
      add
  27. undermarketed
  28. unwasted

Sequestered[edit]