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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-09 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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169326 tokens ‧ 124710 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 12876 types ‧ 72 (~ 0.559%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-09[edit]

  1. antinuke
    • 2007 December 9, Peter Applebome, “The Power Grid Game: Choose a Catastrophe”, New York Times:
      In the end, they come down to this: Do the forever-green, antinuke politics of the 1970s hold up in the global warming era of 2007?
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  2. antipeace
    • 2007 December 9, Thomas L. Friedman, “Making Peace With Pieces”, New York Times:
      That is, an antipeace, fundamentalist, xenophobic faction, which wants to hold back any reconciliation.
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  3. artisphere
    • 2007 December 9, David Colman, “Artistically, Light Years Ahead”, New York Times:
      But though there is plenty of green around, as this weekends enormous Art Basel Miami Beach juggernaut clearly proves, the artisphere is forged of sterner stuff than junk bonds.
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  4. auslese
    • 2007 December 9, Florence Fabricant, “White Noise”, New York Times:
      Aldo Sohm, the wine director of Le Bernardin in New York, who was named best sommelier in America in January, has no problem following a red wine with an aged white Burgundy, an auslese riesling or a vendange tardive from Alsace.
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  5. ayurveda
    • 2007 December 9, “The 53 Places to Go in 2008”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile, new hotels are opening up, including a Four Seasons resort, Anahita Mauritius (www.anahitamauritius.com ), that features four restaurants, three beaches and an ayurveda spa .
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  6. bamboozlement
  7. bandas *
    • 2007 December 9, “The 53 Places to Go in 2008”, New York Times:
      Farther north, the Guludo Beach Lodge (www.guludo.com ) offers nine luxurious tented bandas along the beach, with proceeds going back to the local village.
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  8. bateau *
    • 2007 December 9, Natasha Singer, “Rubles Are a Girls Best Friend”, New York Times:
      She was casually dressed in a striped bateau top, black leggings and ballet flats.
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  9. batterymate
    • 2007 December 9, Richard Sandomir, “Larsens Feat Lives in Amateur Movies”, New York Times:
      Berra watched the Terry film at a cocktail party in Florida in late October with numerous other former Yankees, including Larsen, his batterymate in the game.
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  10. bollixing
    • 2007 December 9, Lee Siegel, “The Fixer-Upper”, New York Times:
      Is it this Bernard Malamud, the creator of the Christlike Jewish store owner, Morris Bober, and also of Arthur Fidelman, a hapless painter forced to choose between the gross imperfection of his life and the complete bollixing of his work, between Fidelmans mostly fruitless attempts to make a woman and his mostly futile efforts to make art?
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  11. bos *
    • 2007 December 9, “The 53 Places to Go in 2008”, New York Times:
      But the birthplace of Fellini has been reborn as Italy's bling party capital, drawing style-conscious Romans to its raging club scene, cool bos and designer hotels, most notably the new DuoMo hotel (www.duomohotel.com ) designed by Ron Arad.
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  12. butsudan
    • 2007 December 9, Christopher Sorrentino, “Postwar Crimes”, New York Times:
      The dead are pervasive in Tokyo Year Zero; a sense of them saturates the novel, from its frequent depiction of the butsudan, or altar, on which pictures of dead family members are displayed in Japanese homes, to the sad routine the mothers of missing girls have of visiting police headquarters whenever a body is discovered, to the repetitive descriptions of the sight and smell of charred and rotting flesh.
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  13. catchily
    • 2007 December 9, Ian Jack, “Britannia Bites”, New York Times:
      Alexis Soyer, chef at the Reform Club, designed one of the earliest gas cookers and called it, catchily if you were very well educated, the Phidomageireion, which means thrifty kitchen in classical Greek.
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  14. cipherlike
    • 2007 December 9, Maud Casey, “Escape From New York, Nev.”, New York Times:
      This is the only mention of swastikas, and its as if Nersesian is making up the rules as he goes along all too possible with a cipherlike narrator whose memory is shot.
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  15. cocksureness
    • 2007 December 9, David Browne, “He Was Nerdy, but He Made the Shows”, New York Times:
      That comment is one of many that reveal the cocksureness beneath his self-deprecating demeanor.
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  16. colegio *
    • 2007 December 9, Guy Martin, “Children of the Revolution”, New York Times:
      The colegio stood rigorously in the colonial tradition of educating the young men who would rule the country.
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  17. echocardiology
    • 2007 December 9, Anne Eisenberg, “What Did the Professor Say? Check Your iPod”, New York Times:
      Laura Martho, a student at El Centro College in Dallas, finds the replay service invaluable. Mrs. Martho, who has four children, commutes 45 minutes each way four days a week to a hospital for clinical work in echocardiology.
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  18. endtime
    • 2007 December 9, Christopher Sorrentino, “Postwar Crimes”, New York Times:
      Its an upsetting scene the wounded man is buried alive while pleading for his life but given the endtime sensibility that grips the ruined city in the days immediately following Americas nuclear attacks, such summary justice doesnt seem particularly extraordinary.
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  19. enviros
  20. feuders
    • 2007 December 9, Abby Goodnough, “No, We Dont Want to Kiss and Make Up”, New York Times:
      A month ago, however, two pioneering heart surgeons gave reason for optimism that not all feuders carry their ire to the grave. Dr. Michael E. DeBakey , 99, and Dr. Denton A. Cooley, 87, former partners who reconciled in Texas after a four-decade schism born of their rivalry, apparently decided the grudge was no longer worth sustaining.
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  21. fidgetiness
    • 2007 December 9, Roslyn Sulcas, “The Hills Are Alive (Ditto a Career)”, New York Times:
      Mr. Elkins, who at 47 still retains a quality of adolescent fidgetiness and has a slightly Chaplinesque air of serious tomfoolery, is more prosaic about the path that led him away from high-profile work to teach in high school and dance institutions around the city for the last few years.
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  22. forkfuls
    • 2007 December 9, Karin Nelson, “Snuggle and Sip”, New York Times:
      Seated at a communal farm table, they were content simply feeding each other forkfuls of gooey lasagna and occasionally cooing in one anothers ear.
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  23. fruitwood
    • 2007 December 9, Louise Kramer, “On the Crest of a Food Wave”, New York Times:
      While a pit conjures an image of a hole in the ground, in this case it is actually an oven, sometimes burning mild fruitwood like apple or cherry, or other hardwoods.
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  24. gearset
    • 2007 December 9, Dexter Ford, “Electric Glide: Passing Pumps on a Scooter”, New York Times:
      The Vectrix motor, combined in the rear hub with a single-speed planetary gearset, spins the rear wheel in a smooth, silent surge of power.
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  25. graf *
  26. grenache
    • 2007 December 9, Howard G. Goldberg, “In Fort Greene, a Spanish Red”, New York Times:
      This sinewy blend of grenache, mourvdre and cabernet sauvignon grapes offers smooth wintertime drinking.
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  27. guardedness
  28. handbuilt
    • 2007 December 9, Norman Mayersohn, “Hydrogen Car Is Here, a Bit Ahead of Its Time”, New York Times:
      It wouldnt be smart (or useful) to look for the edge when driving what is probably a million-dollar handbuilt car, but the FCX handled curves admirably and effortlessly.
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  29. heterofriendly
    • 2007 December 9, “The 53 Places to Go in 2008”, New York Times:
      Marketed as the first five-star gay hotel in Latin America (but also heterofriendly), the new Axel Hotel Buenos Aires (www.axelhotels.com ) confirmed what many gay travelers already knew: the Argentine capital is becoming South America's next party capital.
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  30. hyperluxe
    • 2007 December 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Stereo Sanctuaries”, New York Times:
      Such stores now kit-out apartments and houses with hyperluxe audio and video, including the Odin Supreme Reference cable system, a series of interconnects and cables that makes every note sound more real in and of itself and in the context of all the other notes .
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  31. megasmoothie
  32. megasmoothies
    • 2007 December 9, Kwame Anthony Appiah, “The New New Philosophy”, New York Times:
      Joe is informed that the megasmoothies come in a special commemorative cup.
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  33. megawattage
    • 2007 December 9, Peter Applebome, “The Power Grid Game: Choose a Catastrophe”, New York Times:
      The megawattage was higher than normal, but the politics sounded familiar when Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo , with Democratic politicians and antinuclear activists in tow, dropped a rhetorical bomb on the Indian Point nuclear power plant on Monday.
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  34. modifiability
    • 2007 December 9, Richard E. Nisbett, “All Brains Are the Same Color”, New York Times:
      Even when a trait is highly heritable (think of the height of corn plants), modifiability can also be great (think of the difference growing conditions can make).
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  35. mooshes
  36. nontouring
    • 2007 December 9, Richard Sandomir, “Larsens Feat Lives in Amateur Movies”, New York Times:
      Al Mengert, a nontouring golf pro then at Winged Foot, who finished in a four-way tie for ninth at the 1958 Masters , focused his 16-millimeter camera on the field from between home plate and third base.
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  37. osteria *
    • 2007 December 9, “Eat Till Youre Beat”, New York Times:
      This Italian osteria serves stuzzichini, a word for appetizers thats derived from the verb stuzzicare, which can mean to tantalize.
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  38. outsiderdom
  39. overcommercialization
    • 2007 December 9, “True Meaning of Christmas”, New York Times:
      Perhaps what causes all the fuss is the increasingly overcommercialization of the holiday by so many more businesses and organizations in so many more media avenues.
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  40. ozmazome
    • 2007 December 9, Ian Jack, “Britannia Bites”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile the English passion for gravy led to the belief in an illusory substance called ozmazome, a kind of El Dorado of juicy nourishment thought to lie at the heart of the meat a befuddled concept from which the German chemist Justus von Leibig nevertheless made a great deal of money when he invented beef extract.
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  41. prefeminist
    • 2007 December 9, Terrence Rafferty, “A License to Pursue the Inner Bond”, New York Times:
      I think when they tried to move away from the old-style prefeminist sexual attitudes, they just shifted the focus from the sex to the gadgets.
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  42. pubescently
    • 2007 December 9, Stephen Metcalf, “The Fatalist”, New York Times:
      He is, by turns, pubescently romantic, neurotically self-conscious, even maudlin.
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  43. regen *
  44. sedanlike
    • 2007 December 9, James Schembari, “Its a Stretch: Small-Car Specialist Hits the Big Leagues”, New York Times:
      Americans have been increasingly turning to crossovers, looking for sedanlike handling and performance, without having to sacrifice what they loved about S.U.V.s in the first place.
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  45. splatterers
    • 2007 December 9, Chris Colin, “New Breed of Hamptons Paint Slingers”, New York Times:
      A half-century after Jackson Pollock s heyday here, a local resident wants to push for a new breed of paint splatterers: a colony of chimps.
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  46. stuzzichini *
    • 2007 December 9, “Eat Till Youre Beat”, New York Times:
      This Italian osteria serves stuzzichini, a word for appetizers thats derived from the verb stuzzicare, which can mean to tantalize.
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  47. superempowered
    • 2007 December 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Stereo Sanctuaries”, New York Times:
      Illuminated by high-def kaleidoscopes, flanked by exotic speakers and enfolded in what seem like yottabytes of audiovisual data, other tech-sequestered men must use their superempowered alone time for something more momentous.
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  48. superprime
    • 2007 December 9, William Safire, “Clich Crunch”, New York Times:
      (There is as yet no superprime, but give prime time.)
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  49. tardive *
    • 2007 December 9, Florence Fabricant, “White Noise”, New York Times:
      Aldo Sohm, the wine director of Le Bernardin in New York, who was named best sommelier in America in January, has no problem following a red wine with an aged white Burgundy, an auslese riesling or a vendange tardive from Alsace.
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  50. teisho
    • 2007 December 9, Ralph Blumenthal, “A Very Old Zen Master and His Art of Tough Love”, New York Times:
      Joshu Roshi assigns each student a koan, a baffling question pointing at some ultimate truth How do you experience God when you hear the sound of my stick? was one meets privately with each student four times a day and offers a daily lecture, or teisho, from a high seat in the Center of Gravity Hall.
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  51. tremendousness
    • 2007 December 9, Anne Midgette, “Growing Old Enough to Appreciate Youth”, New York Times:
      When I was a teenager, opera spoke to me because it seemed a way to express, magnificently, the tremendousness (to me at least) of what I really felt.
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  52. turbinelike
    • 2007 December 9, Norman Mayersohn, “Hydrogen Car Is Here, a Bit Ahead of Its Time”, New York Times:
      Accelerating onto Interstate 10, though, incites a turbinelike zing quite pleasant, really, if not as satisfying as the guttural bark of a V-8 and the Clarity blends effortlessly into traffic.
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  53. twistgrip
    • 2007 December 9, Dexter Ford, “Electric Glide: Passing Pumps on a Scooter”, New York Times:
      The innovative twistgrip has yet another trick: from a standstill, twisting the grip forward activates reverse, helping the rider (slowly) back out of a tight parking space.
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  54. ultragreen
    • 2007 December 9, Peter Applebome, “The Power Grid Game: Choose a Catastrophe”, New York Times:
      He says the resurgence of nuclear energy around the world even in ultragreen countries like Finland reflects the simple fact that nuclear power has more potential to replace and reduce carbon emissions than anything else, and that, leaving out the Model T technology of Chernobyl, its worldwide safety record remains almost impeccable.
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  55. ultranationalistic
    • 2007 December 9, Clifford J. Levy, “Look Whos Still Standing in Russia”, New York Times:
      Mr. Zyuganov has also expressed ultranationalistic views including suggesting that Zionists and Jews have too much influence in Russia and the world that were anathema to liberals.
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  56. uncozy
    • 2007 December 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Stereo Sanctuaries”, New York Times:
      Deprived of the libraries or smoking rooms their fathers had enjoyed, midcentury men found themselves exposed, uncozy and longing for space to fantasize.
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  57. unproducible
    • 2007 December 9, Jesse Green, “Rumors of This Play Were Not Exaggerated”, New York Times:
      Bully or not, Is He Dead? went unproduced in Twains time and turned out to be, despite its merits, unproducible as written in ours.
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  58. unsell
    • 2007 December 9, Robert A. Lopes; As Told To Amy Zipkin, “A Sporting Chance”, New York Times:
      After the meeting Bob grabbed me by the ear and told me, Once you make the sale, shut up and dont unsell it.
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  59. unshowered
    • 2007 December 9, Dan Barry, “Five Rounds, With Fat City Nowhere in Sight”, New York Times:
      Now here he is, alone, unshowered, slipping back into street clothes for the three-hour ride back to his home in Mississippi, not convinced that hes through, reassuring himself at least of this: that he aint never been completely knocked out.
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  60. uptightness
    • 2007 December 9, Lee Siegel, “The Fixer-Upper”, New York Times:
      Davis is out to remove the slur of moral uptightness and narrow virtue from Malamuds reputation.
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  61. vendange *
    • 2007 December 9, Florence Fabricant, “White Noise”, New York Times:
      Aldo Sohm, the wine director of Le Bernardin in New York, who was named best sommelier in America in January, has no problem following a red wine with an aged white Burgundy, an auslese riesling or a vendange tardive from Alsace.
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  62. videotelephone
    • 2007 December 9, Benjamin Weiser, “Talking Terror: From bin Ladens Employ to Witness Protection”, New York Times:
      Around the end of 1999, federal prosecutors in New York asked the United States Marshals Service, which runs the witness protection program, to set up a videotelephone to make it easier for the prosecutors and F.B.I. agents to communicate quickly with Mr. Fadl, who was living in a secret location under a new name and identity.
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  63. windowscreens
    • 2007 December 9, “Words of the World”, New York Times:
      Another Autumn, for instance, is a series of one-line sketches a feathering of the ink whereby characters lose definition is followed by overlapping windowscreens, one pattern interfering with another, which is in turn followed by sideways, all the politeness, all that irony, trying for a draw (an echo of a line from A Pillow-Book, a much earlier OBrien poem).
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. precendents = precedents
    • 2007 December 9, Christopher Sorrentino, “Postwar Crimes”, New York Times:
      While contemporary crime writers are capable of more than tossing new garnishes on the dish known as noir, too often the mystery today seems ossified, its authors still working changes on precendents well established in the middle of the last century by the good firm of Hammett, Chandler, MacDonald & Co.
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  2. staghorn
    • 2007 December 9, “The 53 Places to Go in 2008”, New York Times:
      High-end lodges with low-environmental impact are being built along the Bazaruto Archipelago, home to endangered sea cows, staghorn coral and mangrove forests.
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