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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-02-14 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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92194 tokens ‧ 67249 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8858 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.35%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-02-14[edit]

  1. babyproof
  2. babyproofer
    • 2008 February 14, Julie Scelfo, “Parent Shock: Children Are Not Décor”, New York Times:
      They went ahead with putting in flat-front lacquered maple cabinets in the kitchen, even though they soon had to watch a professional babyproofer drill 300 holes in them for safety latches.
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  3. babyproofing
  4. crushproof
  5. effortfully
  6. freezeproof
  7. kelation
    • 2008 February 14, Murray Chass, “Witness in Absentia Appears in Words”, New York Times:
      “He did a treatment called kelation therapy that I paid for to have him get it done for about eight months.
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  8. kudocasts
    • 2008 February 14, Stuart Elliott, “Oscar Night Starting to Seem Like Another Super Bowl”, New York Times:
      Last month, the strike wreaked ratings havoc with two kudocasts, as the Hollywood trade publications call them: the People’s Choice Awards on CBS and the Golden Globes on NBC .
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  9. lando *
    • 2008 February 14, Ben Ratliff, “Upholding the Standards of Smooth Jazz Purists”, New York Times:
      His new album, “Rhythm & Romance” — released by Concord Records and Starbucks — is his first Latin record, with traces of bossa nova, samba, salsa and Peruvian lando.
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  10. lucite
    • 2008 February 14, Kristina Dechter, “The Fun Starts Here”, New York Times:
      Tarina Tarantino Kokeshi lucite and crystal drop earrings, $75 at tarinatarantino .com.
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  11. lunchmates
  12. multiuse
    • 2008 February 14, Gardiner Harris, “Chinese Factory Linked to Drug Under Inquiry in U.S.”, New York Times:
      Baxter manufactures half of the nation’s supply of the drug, and the company’s suspension of its production of multiuse heparin vials is expected to lead to shortages.
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  13. pagelike
    • 2008 February 14, Victoria Shannon, “Trying to Capture That iPhone Flair”, New York Times:
      The caller can use a finger or a stylus to customize or manipulate a desktop of panels — pagelike icons representing different applications.
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  14. purrings
    • 2008 February 14, Ben Ratliff, “Upholding the Standards of Smooth Jazz Purists”, New York Times:
      Kenny G is a dull but wickedly consistent musician: automatic with his tremulous phrasing and canned licks, which formed fast, organized roils during his unaccompanied solos; melismatic purrings of the melody on ballads; and gospel phrases in R&B songs.
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  15. restitutions
    • 2008 February 14, Reed Abelson, “Inquiry Set on Health Care Billing”, New York Times:
      If insurers are found to have underpaid, she said, they could end up having to make big restitutions to consumers.
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  16. sateens
    • 2008 February 14, Cintra Wilson, “Chug-a-Lugging Aphrodisiacs”, New York Times:
      TOO SEXY Among the vampish sateens on the second floor, look for the batch of ruffly pastel costume-drama pantaloons, perfect for that Malmaison weekend, or perhaps a community production of “The Best Little Whorehouse on the Prairie.”
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  17. schwannoma
  18. slippering
    • 2008 February 14, Richard Eder, “Back as a Lad in Arcady, Safe or Sad”, New York Times:
      The account of the school, grim and constricted, with a headmaster devoted to slippering (spanking with a slipper) for small faults and beating for minimally larger ones, mostly covers ground better covered by other British writers.
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  19. smoothiverse
    • 2008 February 14, Ben Ratliff, “Upholding the Standards of Smooth Jazz Purists”, New York Times:
      It lost ground last week when WQCD-FM, the New York radio station known as CD101.9 and the station with smooth jazz’s biggest market share in the country, went off the air, replaced at 101.9 by the rock format WRXP. In related news, the saxophonist Kenny G — the regent of the smoothiverse, a man who at his height moved 15 million copies of just one album (“Breathless,” from 1992) — has been selling fewer records lately.
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  20. sonarlike
    • 2008 February 14, Kenneth Chang, “Primitive Bats Took to the Wing, but They Didn’t Have That Ping”, New York Times:
      They can fly — the only mammals that can — and most also possess the sonarlike ability to locate objects, like the insects they want to eat, by emitting high-pitched sonic pulses and then triangulating the echoes bouncing back to their oversize ears.
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  21. twitterers
    • 2008 February 14, Michelle Slatalla, “If You Can’t Let Go, Twitter”, New York Times:
      (For instance, one popular application is Twittervision, an online map that shows what twitterers worldwide say in real time.)
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  22. uncrooking

Sequestered[edit]

  1. bundt
  2. dolling
    • 2008 February 14, Charles Herold, “Tension and Horror at the End of a Dark Hall”, New York Times:
      The scientists are dead or driven mad by a virus, but the security system still works, dolling out droll comments like “a happy worker is an efficient worker, and only efficient workers will be fed.”
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