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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-07 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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72681 tokens ‧ 52896 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7401 types ‧ 20 (~ 0.27%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01-07[edit]

  1. blockheaded
  2. boozefest
    • 2008 January 7, Charles Mcgrath, “Discovering Irishness, Recovering Niceness”, New York Times:
      David Morse , the only American in the otherwise all-Irish cast of “The Seafarer,” Conor McPherson ’s dark and glinting boozefest of a play now on Broadway after an acclaimed run in London, had a choice of roles.
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  3. detectible
    • 2008 January 7, Noam Cohen, “Google’s Lunchtime Betting Game”, New York Times:
      The other crucial finding of the report was that there was a detectible “optimism bias” among Google employees.
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  4. jowlier
    • 2008 January 7, Charles Mcgrath, “Discovering Irishness, Recovering Niceness”, New York Times:
      Mr. Morse, grayer and a little jowlier with the slablike sideburns he has grown to play Sharky, is still recognizable as Dr. Morrison, the baby-faced, sweet-natured resident on the ’80s television series “St. Elsewhere.”
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  5. loutishness
    • 2008 January 7, Alastair Macaulay, “New Glosses on Ill-Fated Young Lovers”, New York Times:
      I’m inclined to put it on the credit side that I simply don’t believe his loutishness in killing Tybalt.
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  6. midspeech
  7. minimontages
    • 2008 January 7, David Carr, “Publishing That’s All About Me”, New York Times:
      I was madly editing, wiping out photos where my comb-over was too punishing with a click of the mouse and putting slices of video into minimontages with an ease that would have taken a $20,000 video machine 10 years ago countless hours to complete.
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  8. outspeeded
    • 2008 January 7, “1 Game, 2 Teams and 3 Opinions”, New York Times:
      The other big thing is that public opinion is that Ohio State is going to be outspeeded, out-talented or outmatched.
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  9. overfinancing
    • 2008 January 7, “When Illnesses Vie for Our Dollars”, New York Times:
      Daniel Halperin implies that we are overfinancing AIDS and underfinancing other key health and development priorities.
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  10. recock
    • 2008 January 7, Tom Spousta, “Short Passes Lead to Long Day for Bucs’ Defense”, New York Times:
      His pump-fakes and quick, improvised throws to secondary receivers seemed part of the Giants’ strategy, although Manning said the Buccaneers caused him to recock his arm numerous times.
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  11. slablike
    • 2008 January 7, Charles Mcgrath, “Discovering Irishness, Recovering Niceness”, New York Times:
      Mr. Morse, grayer and a little jowlier with the slablike sideburns he has grown to play Sharky, is still recognizable as Dr. Morrison, the baby-faced, sweet-natured resident on the ’80s television series “St. Elsewhere.”
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  12. soukous
  13. stridelike
    • 2008 January 7, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      He gets frisky on just a couple of originals, the stridelike “Ca’lina” and a modal waltz called “The Spins,” and imbues the rest of the album with a quietly rhapsodic tone.
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  14. transcriptionist
    • 2008 January 7, Steve Friess, “Rush of Water Leaves a Nevada Town in Anguish”, New York Times:
      They managed to move their computer to a high spot in their one-story home and are hopeful that some of Mrs. Cornutt’s work as a medical transcriptionist survives on the hard drive.
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  15. undetectably
    • 2008 January 7, William Poundstone, “A Paper Trail for Voting Machines”, New York Times:
      This would prevent someone from undetectably adding fake votes from names copied off, say, tombstones.
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  16. unpicturesque
    • 2008 January 7, Alastair Macaulay, “New Glosses on Ill-Fated Young Lovers”, New York Times:
      Juliet’s head is across Romeo’s chest, but her knees are bent; he is lying at an unpicturesque and probably uncomfortable angle.
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