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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-03 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-03).

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87432 tokens ‧ 64226 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8520 types ‧ 38 (~ 0.446%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01-03[edit]

  1. barfy
    • 2008 January 3, Mike Albo, “The Bratty and the Beautiful”, New York Times:
      In this vast array of clothes there are bound to be some misses: a button-front shirt with a barfy paisley batik design all over it ($173) and a camouflage corduroy vest that didn’t seem worth even its $177 sale price.
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  2. biliously
  3. candids
    • 2008 January 3, Eric Wilson, “Grandma, Cousin Billy, Christian Dior”, New York Times:
      But she did not recognize their real value until 2004, two years after Mr. Marcus died, when she posted dozens of his images, family portraits, landscapes and candids on the photo-sharing site Flickr.
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  4. fernery
    • 2008 January 3, Anne Raver, “No Need to Fly South to See Blossoms in Winter”, New York Times:
      Morris, who had a degree in engineering, designed a sunken fernery unusual for its time: the curving glass roof was supported by wrought-iron roof braces, not columns, so it appeared to float over the walls of native Wissahickon stone and an otherworldly garden of rocks and ferns carefully arranged by Japanese landscapers.
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  5. flavanols
    • 2008 January 3, Janet Maslin, “Obsessed With Nutrition? That’s an Eating Disorder”, New York Times:
      Scientists at Mars Corporation have found evidence that the flavanols in cocoa have beneficial effects on the heart, thus allowing Mars to market products like its health-minded Rich Chocolate Indulgence Beverage.
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  6. grommeted
    • 2008 January 3, Guy Trebay, “Stealing From a Biker Gang”, New York Times:
      There were scores of people wearing grommeted, studded and patched memorial leather vests that, if Seventh Avenue hasn’t ripped them off yet, it should.
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  7. heliconias
    • 2008 January 3, Anne Raver, “No Need to Fly South to See Blossoms in Winter”, New York Times:
      Royal palms flank a long rectangular pool, a great fallen tree forms a bridge across the water, and heliconias bloom among the elephant ears and banana shrubs.
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  8. hypersaturated
    • 2008 January 3, Mildred Armstrong Kalish, “Iowa Then...”, New York Times:
      The hypersaturated media and political attention we take for granted today depends on a system of communication that is fast, reliable and far-reaching.
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  9. intercaste
    • 2008 January 3, Monica Davey, “Father Says He Set Fire That Killed Three”, New York Times:
      Smita Narula, the faculty director of the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at New York University School of Law who has studied the effects of the Indian caste system, said violence over caste differences and intercaste marriages still occurred in India, although discrimination against the lowest caste has been outlawed for decades.
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  10. jeitinho
    • 2008 January 3, Roger Cohen, “Brazilian Lessons for 2008”, New York Times:
      But pleasure trumps sacrifice and there’s a jeitinho — ingenious fix — for anything.
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  11. keylike
    • 2008 January 3, Roger Cohen, “Brazilian Lessons for 2008”, New York Times:
      You can throw it all at me: overheated rooms, pop-ups, bank clerks who ask: “Have I exceeded your expectations?” and rob you with the fine print, Brian Williams’s bristling chest, theft-dissuasive hotel hangers that can only be suspended on rings with keylike slots, super-sized sushi, “adventures” in Africa for the rich, fear-mongering from banks about identity theft, Starbucks baristas operating in slow motion, Chicago’s ban on foie gras, and, as my daughter Jessica pointed out, all those people who respond to a compliment by telling you how much they paid (“I got it at Banana Republic for 75 percent off”).
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  12. lachenalias
    • 2008 January 3, Anne Raver, “No Need to Fly South to See Blossoms in Winter”, New York Times:
      “I have 60 different lachenalias, 10 different freesias, 25 moraeas,” Mr. Canning said, naming a few of his beauties, which, mixed in with big pots of camellias, will bloom from now through March.
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  13. lithops
    • 2008 January 3, Anne Raver, “No Need to Fly South to See Blossoms in Winter”, New York Times:
      And the succulents house, which is kept a cool 60 degrees during the day and 50 to 55 degrees at night, holds aloes and lithops (which look like small stones), just beginning to bloom.
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  14. midranges
  15. mudflap
    • 2008 January 3, Mike Albo, “The Bratty and the Beautiful”, New York Times:
      Other bad-boy symbols, including moonshine bottles and slot machine cherries, can be found here and there, and a popular Fair Isle sweater is woven with a print of reclining trucker mudflap girls ($298).
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  16. nonabusive
    • 2008 January 3, Lynnley Browning, “Law Amended to Shield Tax-Exempt Groups”, New York Times:
      While the Treasury Department and the I.R.S. had not taken action against partnerships with tax-exempt investors, a moratorium on applying the law to nonabusive partnerships would have expired at the end of last year.
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  17. nonsovereign
    • 2008 January 3, “What Happened to Our America?”, New York Times:
      Those civilian leaders, whose authority is enshrined in the Constitution, told the officers of the agency that the Geneva Convention did not apply to this conflict with a nonsovereign enemy and that torture was legally and morally justified.
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  18. nutritionism
    • 2008 January 3, Janet Maslin, “Obsessed With Nutrition? That’s an Eating Disorder”, New York Times:
      In the same spirit, nutritionism has lately helped to justify vitamin-enriched Diet Coke, bread bolstered with the Omega-3 fatty acids more readily found in fish oil, and many other new improvements on what Michael Pollan calls “the tangible material formerly known as food.”
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  19. ooohing
    • 2008 January 3, Jodi Kantor, “For Iowa’s Democrats, Too Many Good Picks”, New York Times:
      In discussing their choices, Democrats sounded like diners ooohing and ahhing slowly — very slowly — over a menu with too many enticing choices.
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  20. overrested
  21. paperwhites
    • 2008 January 3, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      A. If you lived in a climate warm enough to make the project worthwhile, you probably wouldn’t be among the legions who brighten the winter months with paperwhites forced indoors.
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  22. paranasal
    • 2008 January 3, Camille Sweeney, “Short, Stout, Has a Handle on Colds”, New York Times:
      But Dr. Bradley Marple, the chairman of the rhinology and paranasal sinus committee for the American Academy of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery, said that nasal irrigation is a well-known remedy for various respiratory complaints.
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  23. picaresques
  24. pretextual
    • 2008 January 3, Richard Sandomir, “2 African-American Women File Suit Against the Garden”, New York Times:
      She said that as a result of her complaints about discriminatory treatment, she received “disciplinary memoranda based on unsubstantiated and pretextual allegations.”
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  25. pushpins
    • 2008 January 3, Mike Albo, “The Bratty and the Beautiful”, New York Times:
      The dressing room was done up with a collage held up by pushpins: Chris Rock in whiteface along with retro peace-sign buttons and slogans like “Poverty Is a Weapon of Mass Destruction” and “Liberal.”
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  26. rhinology
    • 2008 January 3, Camille Sweeney, “Short, Stout, Has a Handle on Colds”, New York Times:
      But Dr. Bradley Marple, the chairman of the rhinology and paranasal sinus committee for the American Academy of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery, said that nasal irrigation is a well-known remedy for various respiratory complaints.
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  27. scraggle
    • 2008 January 3, Mike Albo, “The Bratty and the Beautiful”, New York Times:
      His symmetrical slitty eyes, long, perfect nose and pouty flower-petal lips are framed by a corona of blond hair styled in a beachy sea-salt scraggle.
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  28. smokelessness
    • 2008 January 3, Elaine Sciolino, “Even France, Haven of Smokers, Is Clearing the Air”, New York Times:
      The ban is the final step in a 2006 prohibition on smoking in public places, which had granted postponements to restaurants, bars, discos, casinos and other commercial pleasure enterprises so that they could better brace themselves for smokelessness.
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  29. suitmaker
    • 2008 January 3, Mike Albo, “The Bratty and the Beautiful”, New York Times:
      Hickey was conceived in 2005 as a youth-focused brand for Hickey Freeman, the venerable suitmaker founded in 1899 and still based in its hometown of Rochester.
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  30. swashbuckled
    • 2008 January 3, Margalit Fox, “George MacDonald Fraser, Author of Flashman Novels, Dies at 82”, New York Times:
      George MacDonald Fraser, a British writer whose popular novels about the arch-rogue Harry Flashman followed their hero as he galloped, swashbuckled, drank and womanized his way through many of the signal events of the 19th century, died yesterday on the Isle of Man. He was 82 and had made his home there in recent years.
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  31. villalike
    • 2008 January 3, Anne Raver, “No Need to Fly South to See Blossoms in Winter”, New York Times:
      An eclectic art collector, traveler and gardener, she had started the tradition of planting cascading nasturtiums over the central court shortly after building the villalike museum, which opened to the public in 1903.
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  32. wenge
    • 2008 January 3, Marianne Rohrlich, “When It’s Time to Get to Work”, New York Times:
      Knu, a 64-inch-wide and 62-inch-high screen, comes in a choice of six wood veneers: ash, cherry, ebony, maple, walnut or wenge; $1,459 from (866) 848-2840 or vivavi.com .
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