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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2007-11-29 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-26).

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101602 tokens ‧ 75019 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9102 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.352%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-29[edit]

  1. antiriot
    • 2007 November 29, Elaine Sciolino, “Sarkozy Pledges Crackdown on Rioters”, New York Times:
      After two nights of rioting Sunday and Monday, largely in and around the north Paris suburb Villiers-le-Bel, the situation eased Tuesday night after 1,000 antiriot police officers were deployed.
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  2. archimperialist
    • 2007 November 29, Janet Maslin, “A Scramble for Power and Treasure in South Africa”, New York Times:
      If the archimperialist Rudyard Kipling , the young Mohandas K. Gandhi , tribal leaders and Afrikaner supremacists could agree on anything about the wars consequences, it was, in Mr. Merediths view, this: The machinations behind the making of South Africa would create patriotic fervors even worse than the ones they supplanted.
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  3. arioso *
    • 2007 November 29, Anthony Tommasini, “Room for Blood, Sacrifice and Lyricism in Glucks House of Atreus”, New York Times:
      Long stretches of dramatic recitative, by turns poignant and incisive, segue into elegant spans of high-flown arioso, which merge seamlessly into magisterial arias, ensembles and choruses. Mr. Langre, best known to New Yorkers as the music director of the Mostly Mozart Festival , was especially good at pacing the performance so that the opera unfolded in a continuous, tautly dramatic flow.
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  4. bogos
  5. bricklike
  6. decompressor
    • 2007 November 29, J. D. Biersdorfer, “Playing .AVI on a Macintosh”, New York Times:
      Different digital video formats have differing codec (compressor/decompressor) software.
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  7. exacerbations
    • 2007 November 29, Denise Grady, “From Smoking Boom, a Major Killer of Women”, New York Times:
      Incorrectly treated, many fall needlessly into a cycle of worsening illness and disability , and wind up in the emergency room over and over again with pneumonia and other exacerbations breathing crises like the one that put Ms. Rommes in the hospital that might have been averted.
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  8. fervors
    • 2007 November 29, Janet Maslin, “A Scramble for Power and Treasure in South Africa”, New York Times:
      If the archimperialist Rudyard Kipling , the young Mohandas K. Gandhi , tribal leaders and Afrikaner supremacists could agree on anything about the wars consequences, it was, in Mr. Merediths view, this: The machinations behind the making of South Africa would create patriotic fervors even worse than the ones they supplanted.
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  9. jetloads
    • 2007 November 29, Penelope Green, “The Year of Eco Decorating”, New York Times:
      ONE mark of a really good party has always been an almost biblical catalog of waste and excess, lovingly expressed in gallons of Champagne, acres of fabric, plywood and red carpet, and jetloads of exotic flowers.
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  10. klondike
    • 2007 November 29, Natasha Singer, “Not Down and Out in Moscow”, New York Times:
      The most exclusive luxury brands are seeking their share of the klondike.
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  11. luxuria
    • 2007 November 29, Cintra Wilson, “Between the Rocks and a Hard Sell”, New York Times:
      The department store windows on Fifth Avenue have burst out in all their glitz-spangled glory, all twinkling luxuria and artsy surprises.
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  12. metallics
    • 2007 November 29, Eric Wilson, “The Pour-Me-Into-It Party Dress”, New York Times:
      Sari Sloane, the vice president for fashion merchandising at Intermix stores, said that the trend for fitted dresses has dovetailed this season with a taste among customers for glitzier metallics and sequined looks at various price points.
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  13. microsports
    • 2007 November 29, Nora Isaacs, “Drop Down and Give Me a Handstand”, New York Times:
      Kids exercise during a microsports class at Chelsea Piers' Field House in New York, Monday, November 05, 2007.
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  14. minimuscled
    • 2007 November 29, Nora Isaacs, “Drop Down and Give Me a Handstand”, New York Times:
      Though exercise and movement programs designed for babies and toddlers, like Gymboree, have been around for years, only recently have adult health clubs set their sights on the minimuscled set.
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  15. minky
    • 2007 November 29, Cintra Wilson, “Between the Rocks and a Hard Sell”, New York Times:
      I have seen a lot of heavy shopping bags from their Fifth Avenue store hanging over a number of minky elbows over the years, so I presumed Fortunoff to be fancy , in that old New Yawk way.
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  16. nonsideman
  17. pantyless
    • 2007 November 29, Eric Wilson, “Smile and Say Carrot Cake”, New York Times:
      I guess she is appearing pantyless, but three out of four isnt bad.
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  18. prematch
    • 2007 November 29, Christopher Clarey, “Russians Play Down Davis Cup Chances”, New York Times:
      Tarpishchev, Boris N. Yeltsin s former tennis coach, is a wily and enduring force who has not survived and thrived in the shifting landscape of contemporary Russia by playing his cards wrong or by giving away too much in prematch news conferences.
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  19. refighting
    • 2007 November 29, Gail Collins, “Paging the Lesser of 8 Evils”, New York Times:
      Having whipped his opponent good, McCain then turned right around and started refighting Vietnam.
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  20. refigure
  21. rubina
    • 2007 November 29, Elaine Louie, “A Black Box Among the Georgians”, New York Times:
      A window more than 17 feet wide and 5 feet high skims the top of maple, oak and rubina trees that Mr. Reeve lighted for dramatic effect.
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  22. sweetspire
  23. turnable
    • 2007 November 29, Ruth La Ferla, “Setting the Beat, and the Style”, New York Times:
      Their maverick stance and wizardry at the turnable have earned some performers fashion points.
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  24. unscrubbed
  25. unsustained
    • 2007 November 29, Stephen Castle, “Court Awards Damages to Reporter Whose Home Was Raided”, New York Times:
      The judgment also noted that the claims against Mr. Tillack were based on vague and unsustained rumors and that the authorities were unclear whether the sums said to have been paid amounted to 8,000 euros or 8,000 German marks. Mr. Tillack was awarded 10,000 euros in damages and 30,000 euros for costs and expenses.
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  1. panderees: nonce
    • 2007 November 29, Gail Collins, “Paging the Lesser of 8 Evils”, New York Times:
      Prompted by a YouTube question from Ernie of Dyker Heights, the evening instantly took up the immigration issue, allowing the front-runners to demonstrate their ability to pander in such an irritating way that even the panderees would have to be turned off.
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