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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-14 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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80636 tokens ‧ 58920 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7991 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.375%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01-14[edit]

  1. antistrike
  2. barrelhouse
  3. carriagelike
  4. colossuslike
  5. conceptionmoon
    • 2008 January 14, Tina Kelley, “Getaways to Coddle New Mothers (or Just Inspire Some)”, New York Times:
      Kyle McCarthy, the editor at familytravelforum.com in New York, a resource for traveling parents and families, has seen marketing pushes for sequels to the conceptionmoon and babymoon, including “familymoons,” where newly blended families take all the stepchildren and half-siblings on vacation.
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  6. dronelike
  7. drummerless
    • 2008 January 14, Ben Ratliff, “Jazz Showcase Fever Propels a Mini Marathon”, New York Times:
      That song, and a few others from the set as well, were all part of the songbook of Jimmy Giuffre’s late-1950s trios — drummerless groups with which Mr. Douglas’s new band has a lot in common.
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  8. impatiens
  9. maqam
    • 2008 January 14, Ben Ratliff, “Jazz Showcase Fever Propels a Mini Marathon”, New York Times:
      Elsewhere in the evening the young Iraqi-American trumpeter Amir ElSaffar, who has studied both jazz and traditional Arabic maqam patterns and combines them in modal pieces for improvisers, demonstrated with his sextet (including an oud and a santoor, the Persian hammered dulcimer) how hungry jazz still is for sources older than itself.
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  10. minxes
  11. multitracking
    • 2008 January 14, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      The production on “Liverpool 8” has the heft and definition of modern multitracking, resembling Mr. Starr’s early-1970s hits rather than the Beatles themselves.
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  12. nondrug
    • 2008 January 14, Alex Berenson, “Drug Approved. Is Disease Real?”, New York Times:
      Today she still has pain, but a mix of drug and nondrug treatments — as well as support from her family and her desire to run the National Fibromyalgia Association — has enabled her to improve her health, she said.
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  13. nonscripted
  14. overnighters
  15. postvictory
    • 2008 January 14, Christopher Clarey, “With Son Nearby, Davenport Seeks Grand Slam Title”, New York Times:
      Feeling inspired and healthier than she did for long stretches of her prematernity tennis life, she has won three tournaments and quickly turned the postvictory photo opportunity with Jagger into a family tradition.
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  16. prematernity
    • 2008 January 14, Christopher Clarey, “With Son Nearby, Davenport Seeks Grand Slam Title”, New York Times:
      Feeling inspired and healthier than she did for long stretches of her prematernity tennis life, she has won three tournaments and quickly turned the postvictory photo opportunity with Jagger into a family tradition.
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  17. prewedding
    • 2008 January 14, Kirk Semple, “Big Weddings Bring Afghans Joy, and Debt”, New York Times:
      In Afghanistan, one of the poorest countries in the world, bridegrooms are expected to pay not only for their weddings, but also all the related expenses, including several huge prewedding parties and money for the bride’s family, a kind of reverse dowry.
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  18. recontours
    • 2008 January 14, Tina Kelley, “Getaways to Coddle New Mothers (or Just Inspire Some)”, New York Times:
      The Dorit Baxter New York Day Spa in Manhattan features a postnatal rescue treatment that, according to online ads, “debloats, detoxes, recontours the body and brings the new mom to a weight-losing mode.”
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  19. sardinelike
    • 2008 January 14, Ben Ratliff, “Jazz Showcase Fever Propels a Mini Marathon”, New York Times:
      Anything necessary contains at least a hint of a drag, and this bonanza can be brutal, especially during its most sardinelike stretches.
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  20. snowswept
    • 2008 January 14, Pat Borzi, “Youth and Age Blend Well for Packers in Playoffs”, New York Times:
      In the late stages of the Green Bay Packers’ snowswept 42-20 playoff victory over Seattle on Saturday, Brett Favre and Donald Driver playfully engaged in a snowball fight.
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  21. superhumanly
  22. tablefuls
    • 2008 January 14, David Carr, “‘Atonement’ Wins Best Drama at Globes”, New York Times:
      Instead of tablefuls of stars at a rollicking, banquet-style ceremony, this year’s Golden Globes were a stripped-down affair modeled on a news conference.
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  23. underleveraged
    • 2008 January 14, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Zagat Family Is Putting Guide Empire on Market”, New York Times:
      While Zagat (pronounced zuh-GAHT) is considered the nation’s pre-eminent populist printed restaurant guide, less traditional buyers may find its online business its most attractive and underleveraged.
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  24. unspotless

Sequestered[edit]

  1. lipth
  2. ringth
  3. thintillating