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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-10 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-26).

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81192 tokens ‧ 59782 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7892 types ‧ 33 (~ 0.418%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-10[edit]

  1. antiprostitution
  2. catchily
  3. chansonnier
    • 2007 November 10, Anthony Tommasini, “Singing of Weimar Era, Subversively”, New York Times:
      The Austrian composer, sometime actor and idiosyncratic chansonnier H K Gruber led a dynamic pick-up ensemble, the Zankel Band, in songs and instrumental works by Kurt Weill and Hanns Eisler, the greatest music theater composers of the 1920s and early 30s in Berlin.
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  4. contraltolike
    • 2007 November 10, Bernard Holland, “An Operatic Voice Retuned for Cabaret”, New York Times:
      Working amplified in a small room for about 15 tables of listeners digesting their dinners, Ms. Racette made sounds that were strikingly darker: sometimes in a contraltolike belt, alternating between various purrs and growls, and at selected moments opening up fully in operalike climaxes.
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  5. duende *
    • 2007 November 10, Roslyn Sulcas, “Imagine Theres No Heaven, Just Flamenco”, New York Times:
      At the core of flamenco is the notion of duende those dark forces contesting within the artists soul, forcing their way out through the dance to evoke the battle with life, with death, with the birth of art itself.
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  6. expressionlessly
    • 2007 November 10, The New York Times, “Dance in Review”, New York Times:
      In Maria Hassabis Gloria, Ms. Hassabi and Hristoula Harakas move expressionlessly and separately for nearly an hour through a series of isolated poses.
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  7. liturgists
  8. nondemanding
    • 2007 November 10, Peter Steinfels, “Q. Do You Believe in God? A. Yes, No and Well . . .”, New York Times:
      He sees orthodoxy and not only in his Catholicism as perched, often precariously, between a dangerous fundamentalism to its right and a vague, nondemanding, New Age cult of the personal to its left.
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  9. nonenergy
  10. nonrefugees
    • 2007 November 10, Steven Erlanger, “Gazas Isolation Takes Toll on Students and Prices”, New York Times:
      The average income of nonrefugees in Gaza has dropped 22 percent since June and 70 percent of them are now existing on less than $1.20 a day, compared with 55 percent in June, according to the World Food Program .
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  11. operalike
    • 2007 November 10, Bernard Holland, “An Operatic Voice Retuned for Cabaret”, New York Times:
      Working amplified in a small room for about 15 tables of listeners digesting their dinners, Ms. Racette made sounds that were strikingly darker: sometimes in a contraltolike belt, alternating between various purrs and growls, and at selected moments opening up fully in operalike climaxes.
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  12. opiatelike
    • 2007 November 10, Bob Herbert, “Recession? What Recession?”, New York Times:
      That grim reality has been masked by the flimflammery of official statistics (job growth good, inflation low) and the muscular magic of the American way of debt: mortgages on top of mortgages, pyramiding student loans and an opiatelike addiction to credit cards at rates that used to get people locked up for loan-sharking.
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  13. overprivileged
    • 2007 November 10, Anemona Hartocollis, “Bail Offer for Friend of Killer Is Opposed”, New York Times:
      He was grilled with all the vehemence of a witness in a mob case, but he was a comedian trying to put up bail for a small-time drug addict who is the companion of a notorious symbol of overprivileged and amoral youth.
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  14. pyramiding
    • 2007 November 10, Bob Herbert, “Recession? What Recession?”, New York Times:
      That grim reality has been masked by the flimflammery of official statistics (job growth good, inflation low) and the muscular magic of the American way of debt: mortgages on top of mortgages, pyramiding student loans and an opiatelike addiction to credit cards at rates that used to get people locked up for loan-sharking.
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  15. rechargeables
    • 2007 November 10, Alina Tugend, “In Battery Buying, Enough Decisions to Exhaust That Bunny”, New York Times:
      On to rechargeables, which generally are more expensive than one-time-use batteries ($11.29 for an Energizer four-pack of double As at CVS, not including the price of the recharger, which retails for $9.99.)
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  16. recharger
    • 2007 November 10, Alina Tugend, “In Battery Buying, Enough Decisions to Exhaust That Bunny”, New York Times:
      On to rechargeables, which generally are more expensive than one-time-use batteries ($11.29 for an Energizer four-pack of double As at CVS, not including the price of the recharger, which retails for $9.99.)
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  17. reconsolidation
    • 2007 November 10, Thomas Fuller, “Myanmar Dissident Meets With Party”, New York Times:
      The government will continue striving earnestly for national reconsolidation in true cooperation with the U.N. Secretariat, said the newspaper, which is closely read by diplomats and analysts seeking hints to the secretive governments intentions.
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  18. sinuousness
    • 2007 November 10, Roslyn Sulcas, “Imagine Theres No Heaven, Just Flamenco”, New York Times:
      Those dances often had wonderful moments: At the beginning of the show, Ms. Pags, in a long, slim-fitting red dress, was slowly revealed on the stage, turning in silence, her arms wreathing up around her head with extraordinary sinuousness as her torso arched and contracted.
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  19. sophisticatedly
  20. superalkaline
    • 2007 November 10, Alina Tugend, “In Battery Buying, Enough Decisions to Exhaust That Bunny”, New York Times:
      The top of the line are lithium batteries (not to be confused with lithium-ion batteries, which are typically used in laptops and cellphones) which cost $9.99 for Energizer AA batteries at CVS, $4 more than the superalkaline ones.
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  21. ultradeep
  22. unnarrated
    • 2007 November 10, Ned Martel, “Perp Nation: Cops and Its Steady Run of Bad Boys”, New York Times:
      A ride-along, three-segments-each reality show, Cops is unnarrated, except when an officer driving a patrol car loosely decodes the cryptic numerals exchanged with the precinct, thus warning the viewer of what is to come.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. ministrys = ministry's