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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-02-27 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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98628 tokens ‧ 72470 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9145 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.35%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-02-27[edit]

  1. antifamily
  2. antifarmer
  3. barrelhouse
    • 2008 February 27, Jon Pareles, “Finding Their Way Home, or at Least to the Garden”, New York Times:
      Mr. Clapton and Mr. Winwood were serious about songs like “Sleeping in the Ground,” which Blind Faith performed in 1969, with raspy vocals, splashy barrelhouse piano from Mr. Winwood and a stinging, Chicago-style lead from Mr. Clapton.
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  4. bigos
  5. concertlike
    • 2008 February 27, Alessandra Stanley, “20th Debate: Reality Show or a Spinoff?”, New York Times:
      Because Mr. Obama now appears to have overtaken Mrs. Clinton in the polls, the clips on news shows match, all too literally, that narrative: reports show his huge rock concertlike rallies, not his more wilted moments after a debate or in between speeches, when the camera has caught him looking drained and speaking haltingly.
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  6. dustily
    • 2008 February 27, Cathy Horyn, “Not Everyone Spins Their Wheels”, New York Times:
      But some of the gathered skirts, with an extra tire of fabric around the middle, looked dustily Yamamoto, with pious allusions to women in bonnets and rustic stoles.
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  7. euthanizations
    • 2008 February 27, The Associated Press, “California: Spay and Neuter Law Is Signed”, New York Times:
      The ordinance intends to reduce and eventually eliminate the thousands of euthanizations conducted in the city’s animal shelters every year.
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  8. factoryscapes
    • 2008 February 27, Ken Johnson, “A Watercolorist Who Turned His Hand to Oils of Heroic Vision”, New York Times:
      As configured by the Whitney curatorial assistant Sasha Nicholas, that small room reveals a tender, personal side of Demuth that remains hidden among the comparatively impersonal factoryscapes in the front room.
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  9. frappatos
    • 2008 February 27, Eric Asimov, “A Rule Just Waiting to Be Broken”, New York Times:
      Or frappatos from Sicily, wines with a vivacious breeziness, or the agile, spicy zweigelts from Austria.
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  10. gamay *
    • 2008 February 27, Eric Asimov, “A Rule Just Waiting to Be Broken”, New York Times:
      Reds from the Loire came to mind — a Chinon or Saumur, or a spirited gamay from Clos Roche Blanche.
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  11. hanbok
    • 2008 February 27, Daniel J. Wakin, “North Koreans Welcome Symphonic Diplomacy”, New York Times:
      And tears began forming in the eyes of the staid audience, row upon row of men in dark suits, women in colorful high-waisted dresses called hanbok and all of them wearing pins with the likeness of Kim Il-sung, the nation’s founder.
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  12. immunosuppressed
    • 2008 February 27, Lawrence K. Altman, “Drug-Resistant TB Rates Soar in Former Soviet Regions”, New York Times:
      When the W.H.O. started a drug surveillance project in 1994, he said, “the general thinking was that multidrug-resistant TB would never be a real problem, since it was felt to be confined to immunosuppressed patients.”
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  13. lardon *
    • 2008 February 27, “10. Central Michel Richard”, New York Times:
      My companions and I were disappointed by two of our starters: deflated, slightly cold gougères ($7), and a mushy, though flavorful, onion and lardon tart ($8).
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  14. megabanks
  15. midcap
  16. nonconfrontation
    • 2008 February 27, Patrick Healy, “Democrats Clash on Trade, Health and Tactics”, New York Times:
      Mr. Obama, pursuing a front-runner’s strategy of nonconfrontation after winning 11 straight contests, mostly defended his positions and views, though he said he and his team had not “whined” about the Clinton camp’s attacks on him.
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  17. noninfected
    • 2008 February 27, Lawrence K. Altman, “Drug-Resistant TB Rates Soar in Former Soviet Regions”, New York Times:
      Drug-resistant TB, like drug-sensitive TB, can be transmitted from an infected individual to a noninfected person in droplets through coughing, sneezing and other activities.
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  18. overlayer
    • 2008 February 27, Cathy Horyn, “Not Everyone Spins Their Wheels”, New York Times:
      Yohji Yamamoto A black leather jacket with a blue suede overlayer, and a full skirt.
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  19. overteased
    • 2008 February 27, Cathy Horyn, “Not Everyone Spins Their Wheels”, New York Times:
      The clothes were respectable, ladylike, seemingly culled from the early 1960s pages of Paris Vogue and L’Officiel — demure A-line suits, printed silk dresses, fur coats with opera-length sleeves — and the only thing that looked really Galliano, almost as a concession to his flamboyance, were the overteased hairdos and Baby Jane lacquered eyes.
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  20. poulsard
    • 2008 February 27, Eric Asimov, “A Rule Just Waiting to Be Broken”, New York Times:
      Beaujolais was a natural, preferably from a snappy vintage like 2006, and I thought of more esoteric wines, like poulsard from the Jura — undersung, earthy, light-bodied, pale beauties that can sit in for whites.
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  21. sayyids
    • 2008 February 27, Robert F. Worth, “Languishing at the Bottom of Yemen’s Ladder”, New York Times:
      But where Yemen’s other hereditary social classes, the sayyids and the judges and the sheiks, and even the lower orders like butchers and ironworkers, slowly dissolved, the Akhdam retained their separate position.
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  22. undersung
    • 2008 February 27, Eric Asimov, “A Rule Just Waiting to Be Broken”, New York Times:
      Beaujolais was a natural, preferably from a snappy vintage like 2006, and I thought of more esoteric wines, like poulsard from the Jura — undersung, earthy, light-bodied, pale beauties that can sit in for whites.
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  23. zweigelts
    • 2008 February 27, Eric Asimov, “A Rule Just Waiting to Be Broken”, New York Times:
      Or frappatos from Sicily, wines with a vivacious breeziness, or the agile, spicy zweigelts from Austria.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. ultrasoothing
    • 2008 February 27, Frank Bruni, “Coast to Coast, Restaurants That Count”, New York Times:
      “Please,” she intoned in the kind of ultrasoothing voice that only a person with perfectly aligned chakras and the entire Deepak Chopra library can summon.
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