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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-19 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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83231 tokens ‧ 61372 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7934 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.227%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01-19[edit]

  1. dodecaphonic
  2. forlane
    • 2008 January 19, Alastair Macaulay, “Four Distinct Dream Worlds, Sharing the Same Language of Classical Ballet”, New York Times:
      Though each section of Ravel’s music honors the memory of a friend who died in World War I, and though each is also a Neo-Classical study in a different Baroque dance form (forlane, rigaudon, minuet and others), what’s striking about the music is its freshness and fragrance.
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  3. hyperbolizing
    • 2008 January 19, Ginia Bellafante, “A Most Proper Marriage: Jane Austen and PBS”, New York Times:
      It gives us innocent faces and heaving breasts, hyperbolizing the sex that always lurks beneath the surface of Austen’s astringent presence.
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  4. illuminator
    • 2008 January 19, Allan Kozinn, “Capturing Dream States and Unraveling Knots”, New York Times:
      Ms. Oppens has remained an eloquent discoverer and illuminator of tunes in Mr. Carter’s music, and on Thursday evening, as a tribute anticipating his 100th birthday (next December), she devoted her recital at Symphony Space to his complete solo piano music.
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  5. interchurch
  6. japonaiserie *
  7. loutishness
    • 2008 January 19, Bruce Weber, “Bobby Fischer, Troubled Genius of Chess, Dies at 64”, New York Times:
      During the 1972 world championship match against Mr. Spassky, Mr. Fischer’s petulance, even loutishness, was the stuff of front page headlines all over the globe.
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  8. plottings
  9. reargument
  10. reinvestigation
  11. rigaudon
    • 2008 January 19, Alastair Macaulay, “Four Distinct Dream Worlds, Sharing the Same Language of Classical Ballet”, New York Times:
      Though each section of Ravel’s music honors the memory of a friend who died in World War I, and though each is also a Neo-Classical study in a different Baroque dance form (forlane, rigaudon, minuet and others), what’s striking about the music is its freshness and fragrance.
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  12. schizoaffective
  13. semipowerful
    • 2008 January 19, Gail Collins, “Fear and Voting in Las Vegas”, New York Times:
      Then, in deference to Nevada’s Harry Reid, the semipowerful Senate majority leader, the caucuses were moved to January, creating a sense of excitement and New Hampshire-like entitlement on the part of the local population.
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  14. spikiness
    • 2008 January 19, Allan Kozinn, “Capturing Dream States and Unraveling Knots”, New York Times:
      In “Caténaires”(2006), by contrast, Mr. Carter rounded off his style’s spikiness, providing a perpetual-motion work that is actually nothing but melody.
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  15. superbull
    • 2008 January 19, Julie Creswell, “Seeking Tools to Calm a Market”, New York Times:
      But Abby Joseph Cohen , the superbull at Goldman Sachs , maintained that the Dow would roar back to finish 2008 at a level 22 percent higher — 14,750 is the number — as the economy perks up later in the year.
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  16. supermiddleweight
  17. thwacky
  18. unconventionals
    • 2008 January 19, Jad Mouawad, “Oil Demand, the Climate and the Energy Ladder”, New York Times:
      But if you look at difficult oil or difficult gas, which we in the industry call the unconventionals, such as oil sands or shales, they may be exploitable.
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