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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-20 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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100451 tokens ‧ 73162 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9052 types ‧ 42 (~ 0.464%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-20[edit]

  1. aglaonema
    • 2007 December 20, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Other good subjects are pothos, aglaonema, ivy, Swedish ivy and climbing philodendrons, the sort most commonly sold as houseplants.
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  2. baroquey
    • 2007 December 20, Penelope Green, “Flash in the Can: Designs Soon Forgotten”, New York Times:
      Its the watered-down versions you cant look at: the lacquered baroquey mirror, the dining room table with the zebra rug under it, those Chippendale chairs, the dark-painted walls.
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  3. bookcrossers
  4. brusher
    • 2007 December 20, Martha Schindler Connors, “Is This a Toothbrush or a Drill Sergeant?”, New York Times:
      After $5,000 worth of gum surgery, Stephanie Mascott, 32, a recovering aggressive brusher, bought an Ultreo and now hopes to have kissed her receding gums goodbye.
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  5. brushers
  6. chipsets
  7. cuchifrito
    • 2007 December 20, Steven Greenhouse, “Brooklyn Sweep Shows Local Focus in Fight on Labor Violations”, New York Times:
      On a Brooklyn street cluttered with dollar stores and cuchifrito stands, New York States labor commissioner announced on Wednesday a stepped-up enforcement effort against neighborhood businesses that violate the states wage and hour laws.
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  8. discretions
    • 2007 December 20, “An Idea Whose Time Should Be Past”, New York Times:
      The State Legislature has tinkered at the margins of these horrific laws, but stopped short of restoring judicial discretions.
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  9. earmarker
    • 2007 December 20, Carl Hulse, “Congress Is Still Pursuing Earmarks”, New York Times:
      I cant wait to put out a press release to tell people what I have done, said Senator Richard J. Durbin of Illinois, the No. 2 Democrat in the Senate and an earmarker of long standing.
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  10. euroskeptic
  11. fashiony
    • 2007 December 20, Penelope Green, “Flash in the Can: Designs Soon Forgotten”, New York Times:
      This is the downside of the democratization of design, said Deborah Needleman, editor of Domino, a magazine with its own fashiony approach.
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  12. gumline
    • 2007 December 20, Martha Schindler Connors, “Pearly Wisdom”, New York Times:
      BEWARE OF BLOOD Leaving plaque along the gumline leaves gums swollen and inflamed and apt to bleed.
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  13. herdlike
    • 2007 December 20, Roger Cohen, “Browns British Blues”, New York Times:
      As the antithesis of Tony Blair, whom Britains liberal-left chattering classes came to loathe with herdlike unanimity, Brown would likely confound the skeptics again.
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  14. hydroculture
    • 2007 December 20, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      A. It sounds as if you saw an example of hydroculture, also called passive hydroponics because no pump is required and lights are optional.
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  15. microclusters
    • 2007 December 20, Steve Lohr, “Silicon Valley Shaped by Technology and Traffic”, New York Times:
      Yet a look at the microclusters within Silicon Valley demonstrates the business relationships, the social connections and the seamless communication that animate the regions economy.
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  16. microhome
    • 2007 December 20, Mike Albo, “The Civilized World Finds a Refuge”, New York Times:
      The storage section offers creatively sized drawer units, archival boxes and cute little cubic wooden shelves to hold all your stray objects so you can fantasize that your house will be as orderly as a Tokyo microhome.
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  17. millworker
    • 2007 December 20, Gail Collins, “A Holiday Political Quiz”, New York Times:
      In Iowa, John Edwards drives: A) The Man-of-the-People Express B) The Main Street Express C) A beat-up sedan formerly owned by his father, the millworker.
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  18. minireviews
    • 2007 December 20, David Pogue, “Gems in the Back of a Closet”, New York Times:
      Herewith, minireviews of products that, for one reason or another, never saw the light of day in this column.
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  19. nonmachine
    • 2007 December 20, Charles Herold, “Fighting It Out on the Battlefield and on the Court”, New York Times:
      But there is one nonmachine in Novus, cloned from the DNA of their creators, who insists on helping her fellow humanoids, perhaps because she likes to talk to people who say good luck instead of the less satisfactory Novus expression May I wish you a favorable statistical outcome?
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  20. nonwriting
    • 2007 December 20, Edward Wyatt, “Late Shows to Return, but Wholl Be Talking?”, New York Times:
      The one late-night talk-show host who has returned, Mr. Daly of NBCs Last Call With Carson Daly, endured severe criticism for going back on the air while writers for the show were still out on strike. Mr. Daly tied his decision to return to dozens of nonwriting employees of his show who would otherwise be laid off.
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  21. overborrow
    • 2007 December 20, “The Feds Empty Gun”, New York Times:
      I feel that Americans overborrow and overconsume.
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  22. overconsume
    • 2007 December 20, “The Feds Empty Gun”, New York Times:
      I feel that Americans overborrow and overconsume.
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  23. precomputer
  24. psychodramatic
  25. recharger
    • 2007 December 20, David Pogue, “Gems in the Back of a Closet”, New York Times:
      You dont have to remember which is the left and right speaker; just setting them back on the platform, which is a recharger, changes their identities.
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  26. reformational
  27. scrollwork
  28. sealings
    • 2007 December 20, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      Any good designer will choose a granite installer who arranges for regular sealings of the granite, at the least every two years, but preferably every year, Ms. Haley said.
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  29. sobersides
    • 2007 December 20, Ruth La Ferla, “The Online Gold Standard”, New York Times:
      Thats the sound of fingers tapping, as holiday shoppers forsake their Excel spreadsheets and arid texts for the heady allure of the Web. Judging by holiday purchases, online buying sprees are turning even the most solemn of sobersides into saucer-eyed children mesmerized by glitter and gilt.
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  30. starlike
    • 2007 December 20, Roberta Smith, “A Cosmopolitan Cubist With a Wandering Eye”, New York Times:
      A Czech-born American and early American Abstract Artists member who lived and worked in New York; Paris; Kansas City, Mo.; and Los Angeles, Kann often combined straight-edge and biomorphic forms into starlike clusters that tower like colossi over low horizons and immense cloud-strewn skies.
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  31. subflooring
    • 2007 December 20, Lisa Selin Davis, “The Green House as Classroom”, New York Times:
      Oh, this is Warmboard, said Jen Insardi, 27, a student from Parsons the New School for Design, stepping over an exposed sheet of aluminum-and-plywood subflooring used for radiant heating.
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  32. subinvestment
    • 2007 December 20, Vikas Bajaj, “Bond Insurer Cut to Junk; Negative Outlook for 4 More”, New York Times:
      The biggest impact of the S.& P. announcement was felt by investors who had bought protection from the ACA Financial Guaranty Corporation, whose rating was cut to CCC, a subinvestment grade, from an A rating.
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  33. sunlike
    • 2007 December 20, Roberta Smith, “A Cosmopolitan Cubist With a Wandering Eye”, New York Times:
      In Polygon No. 34, a painted wood relief from around 1937, he starts out in the vicinity of Jean Arp, another friend, but his fluttery white shapes overseen by a sunlike red disc form a distinctly American landscape.
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  34. tartiness
    • 2007 December 20, Alastair Macaulay, “Man and Woman, Hot and Acting Hotter”, New York Times:
      Too often Tango Fire tries to suggest that the tango will be rendered more enjoyable by shows of flashy temperament, obvious sexiness or sheer tartiness.
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  35. toothbrushers
  36. toothbrushing

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