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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-15 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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106053 tokens ‧ 78316 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9493 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.284%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-15[edit]

  1. antidiabetes
    • 2007 November 15, Gardiner Harris, “After Debate, F.D.A. Backs Sale of Diabetes Medicine”, New York Times:
      The F.D.A. announced that it would soon require makers of all other oral antidiabetes drugs to include statements that the medicines had not been proved to reduce the risks of heart problems.
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  2. delospermas
    • 2007 November 15, Anne Raver, “Hardy Succulents Take on a New Glow”, New York Times:
      Many delospermas succulents with finger-like leaves also make good ground covers, their daisy-like flowers opening in pink and purple or white, yellow and orange from late spring through mid-autumn.
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  3. disillusionments
    • 2007 November 15, Ginia Bellafante, “Sad Truths and Sad Lives of Generation Blog”, New York Times:
      The chief role of blogging on Quarterlife is to advance the character of Dylan Krieger (Bitsie Tulloch), a pretty editorial assistant who keeps an online video diary about her life, her friends, her disillusionments.
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  4. disjointedness
    • 2007 November 15, Eric Wilson, “Loving and Hating Marc Jacobs”, New York Times:
      But what is most captivating about his recent collections is that they are informed by all of the above. Mr. Jacobs is drawing from his own tabloid existence in creating clothes, as he did with his spring collection with underwear hanging out of undone dresses, that reflect the disjointedness and randomness of the contemporary culture of celebrity worship.
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  5. drumlike
    • 2007 November 15, Jennifer Dunning, “Brooklyn Butoh, With Surprise Guest Stars”, New York Times:
      The next ambient effect came with the drumlike, thudding heels of a toddler in the audience, who drew close to his mother when the tongue wagging started.
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  6. fashiony
  7. hipdom
    • 2007 November 15, Ruth La Ferla, “Greenwich Village With Peach Trees”, New York Times:
      The store, which she owns and operates with her partner, Tom Murphy, has gained in hipdom over the years, she asserted.
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  8. micrographic
    • 2007 November 15, Michael Kimmelman, “Hokum That Stands the Test of Time”, New York Times:
      He drew too: incredible micrographic pictures, visible only through a magnifying glass. Mr. Jay owns Buchingers great self-portrait with the Psalms and the Lords Prayer written into the curls of his hair.
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  9. midtrip
    • 2007 November 15, Lisa Belkin, “Hello, Vacation: Its the Boss”, New York Times:
      She feels reassured that not only is her $2,000 airfare completely refundable should she cancel before she leaves, but that the policy also pays for her to return home unexpectedly midtrip if one of my teachers gets sick and I have to fly back and keep things from falling apart.
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  10. multilateralist
    • 2007 November 15, Roger Cohen, “Obama in Orbit”, New York Times:
      Even the most open-armed multilateralist is not ready for hanging chads in Chad.
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  11. pixeled
    • 2007 November 15, Andrew Adam Newman, “You Say Fake Ads, They Say Satire”, New York Times:
      Across the country, aspiring writers are using Craigslist not just as a place to offload their futons, but as a pixeled writing workshop where they test their stabs at social satire on some of the more than 30 million visitors that the site draws each month.
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  12. resaw
    • 2007 November 15, Tim Mckeough, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      For instance, the old Sears building in Chicago was built with wood trusses; we get beams like that and resaw them to make flooring.
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  13. resituate
    • 2007 November 15, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Next to MoMA, a Tower Will Reach for the Stars”, New York Times:
      The additional gallery space is a chance for MoMA to rethink many of these spaces, by reordering the sequence of its permanent collection, for example, or considering how it might resituate the contemporary galleries in the new tower and gain more space for architecture shows in the old.
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  14. sempervivum *
    • 2007 November 15, Anne Raver, “Hardy Succulents Take on a New Glow”, New York Times:
      My favorite of the moment: a sleeping man in a long cattle trough, planted with thousands of a Sedum album called Red Ice, now turning ruby red in the cold, with sempervivum eyes on a head-size volcanic rock, and two farmer-like feet made of same.
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  15. sempervivums
    • 2007 November 15, Anne Raver, “Hardy Succulents Take on a New Glow”, New York Times:
      I was most interested in the hardy succulents plants with fleshy leaves that hold water including sedums, sempervivums (hens and chicks, as Grandmother called them) and delospermas (ice plants).
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  16. strongwomen
    • 2007 November 15, Michael Kimmelman, “Hokum That Stands the Test of Time”, New York Times:
      They trumpet horses that jump through hoops, armless dulcimer players, German strongwomen who lift anvils with their hair, contortionists, fire eaters, magicians and pig-faced ladies.
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  17. tetrapoids
    • 2007 November 15, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Although it is by no means delicate, it is far less sturdy than modern tetrapoids, whose double sets of chromosomes produce stiffer stems and meatier flowers.
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  18. ultraright
    • 2007 November 15, “John McCain and the Character Issue”, New York Times:
      Although I disagree with Senator McCain on the issues, I used to respect him until he began to compromise his principles by kowtowing to President Bush and the ultraright faction of his party.
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  19. unwaffle
  20. unwaffling
    • 2007 November 15, Gail Collins, “What Happens in Vegas ...”, New York Times:
      The only thing harder than unwaffling is being a mean unifier.
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  21. uppityness
    • 2007 November 15, Gail Collins, “What Happens in Vegas ...”, New York Times:
      The first woman to run for president in this country, Victoria Woodhull, almost got castrated for her uppityness.
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  22. weedlike
    • 2007 November 15, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      And as you accurately remember, it has an almost weedlike willingness to grow well unattended.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. myrsinites: part of a Latin species name
    • 2007 November 15, Anne Raver, “Hardy Succulents Take on a New Glow”, New York Times:
      I have donkey-tail spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites), that Mediterranean euphorbia with the fleshy, blue-green leaves that spiral around its stems, rambling all over the old cement that borders the old stables, happily rooting in the decomposed leaves that fill the cracks in the concrete.
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