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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-02-29 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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99755 tokens ‧ 71494 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9051 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.354%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-02-29[edit]

  1. antiexpressionist
    • 2008 February 29, Ken Johnson, “On a Treasure Hunt, Uncovering Modern Wonders”, New York Times:
      Intriguing for art historical reasons is Frank Stella ’s 1957-58 composition of brushy, arced lines, made around the time he graduated from Princeton University and before he discovered his early vocation as an antiexpressionist.
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  2. bridgelike
  3. ciaramella
    • 2008 February 29, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘COUNTRY PLEASURES: BACH AND THE BAROQUE PASTORAL’ (Saturday) George Steel leads the Gotham City Orchestra in a concert of Bach and Vivaldi, featuring instrumental oddities like the zampogna, ciaramella and hurdy gurdy.
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  4. clencher
    • 2008 February 29, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      JAMES BLUNT, SARA BAREILLES (Friday) James Blunt looked like the second coming of mushy soft rock when his song “You’re Beautiful” entered pop eternity a couple of years ago, though his latest album, “All the Lost Souls” (Atlantic), with Coldplay-esque grandeur but no real clencher, has had a quieter response.
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  5. destigmatizing
    • 2008 February 29, Robin Finn, “Letting His Racing Colors Show”, New York Times:
      He left high finance for greener pastures (more time to breed racehorses) and a different challenge (reconfiguring and destigmatizing the foundering association) alongside another racing enthusiast, Peter Karches, a former Morgan Stanley executive, who died in 2006.
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  6. edenic
    • 2008 February 29, Roberta Smith, “Seductive Rebel Who Kept It Real”, New York Times:
      At the moment the Metropolitan Museum of Art , always a paradise of painting, is more edenic than ever.
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  7. gangsterism
    • 2008 February 29, Michael Schwirtz, “Russia Is Luring Back N.H.L. Stars”, New York Times:
      Most hockey players of international merit left Russian clubs, which began to fester in an atmosphere of poverty, gangsterism and occasional violence.
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  8. megadollar
    • 2008 February 29, Robin Finn, “Letting His Racing Colors Show”, New York Times:
      There is no sound of megadollar derivatives transactions being finessed by conference call. Mr. Duncker retired young — at 43 in 2001 — from Goldman Sachs & Company, which he joined straight out of Northwestern University in 1982.
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  9. meningococcemia
    • 2008 February 29, Josh Katzowitz, “With an Iron Will, He Finds a Way”, New York Times:
      When he was 5, Carter contracted meningococcemia, an acute bacterial infection of the bloodstream.
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  10. minuetlike
    • 2008 February 29, Alastair Macaulay, “Retooled State Ballet of Georgia Shows Its Wares”, New York Times:
      The three-quarter tempo — now minuetlike, now waltzlike — acquires a strange drama, and in intervening passages of urgent trills on successive notes, that drama becomes yet more intense. Mr. Ratmansky’s choreography applies that drama to changing dance tensions between three male and three female dancers (of whom the last and most featured is Ms. Ananiashvili).
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  11. multidose
    • 2008 February 29, Walt Bogdanich, “Blood Thinner Might Be Tied to More Deaths”, New York Times:
      The F.D.A. estimates that more than one million multidose vials of heparin are sold per month in the United States, about half of which are manufactured and distributed by Baxter.
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  12. multiseason
  13. outbattled
    • 2008 February 29, The Associated Press, “Rangers Continue Their Playoff Push”, New York Times:
      The Rangers went up by 3-0 early in the second when Drury outbattled Carolina defenseman Frank Kaberle for the puck in the slot and scored.
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  14. regripping
    • 2008 February 29, Josh Katzowitz, “With an Iron Will, He Finds a Way”, New York Times:
      To drink his Vitamin Water, for instance, he unscrews the cap with his teeth or with his short arms, balances the bottle with his bottom nubs while regripping with his arms, tilts the liquid into his throat and moves on to his next destination with the bottle in his mouth.
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  15. reincarceration
    • 2008 February 29, Adam Liptak, “U.S. Imprisons One in 100 Adults, Report Finds”, New York Times:
      The Pew report recommended diverting nonviolent offenders away from prison and using punishments short of reincarceration for minor or technical violations of probation or parole.
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  16. rinkside
    • 2008 February 29, David W. Dunlap, “Modern Pool for Public Is Opening in Flushing”, New York Times:
      For instance, there is a section of transparent plastic wall around the rink, close to the ice, so that sled hockey players, who have limited mobility and whose heads are closer to the ground, can watch what is happening on the ice from rinkside while waiting their turn in the rink.
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  17. seminormalcy
    • 2008 February 29, Sarah Lyall, “The Word Is Out: Harry Is in Afghanistan”, New York Times:
      In a series of interviews with the news media given during his deployment but not released until now, Prince Harry revealed that he had not washed in four days and that he was enjoying a life of seminormalcy among regular soldiers.
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  18. setlike
    • 2008 February 29, Carol Vogel, “A Biennial Bustin’ Out of the Whitney”, New York Times:
      Matthew Brannon will record the sounds of the Armory at night and use them in a haunted house film; at the museum he is installing a setlike room in which heavy drapes surround a painted window looking out at a panorama of the New York City skyline, with everything somewhat off kilter.
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  19. shoutfests
    • 2008 February 29, Eric Konigsberg, “On TV, Buckley Led Urbane Debating Club”, New York Times:
      The relationship of William F. Buckley Jr. ’s “Firing Line” to the partisan shoutfests that pass for evening political exchange on television nowadays?
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  20. sssh
  21. sunstruck
    • 2008 February 29, Ken Johnson, “On a Treasure Hunt, Uncovering Modern Wonders”, New York Times:
      Dating from 1928 to 1951, the drawings here include views of sunstruck Egyptian pyramids; ruins in Greece; houses along the coast of Italy; street scenes in Gloucester and Rockport, Me.; and mountainous landscapes in New York State, Colorado and Canada.
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  22. superstrict
  23. ultratight
    • 2008 February 29, Cathy Horyn, “The Debut: Still Very Valentino”, New York Times:
      Trousers had that ultratight fit and rock attitude that one also saw at Balmain, though in a trashier form.
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  24. uncanniness
    • 2008 February 29, Roberta Smith, “Seductive Rebel Who Kept It Real”, New York Times:
      Even in front of his most realistic work, you often find yourself wrestling not so much with lived reality, as with the sheer — very real — uncanniness of painting itself.
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  25. ungallantly
    • 2008 February 29, Alastair Macaulay, “Retooled State Ballet of Georgia Shows Its Wares”, New York Times:
      And her sleeveless attire (Natia Sirbiladze’s costumes are closely based on the New York City Ballet originals, with slight differences of color and pattern) ungallantly draws attention to the muscular looseness under the upper arm that often becomes apparent after the age of 40 in even the most otherwise youthful female dancers.
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  26. yelpy
    • 2008 February 29, Richard Goldstein, “Myron Cope, 79, Writer and Steelers Broadcaster, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      Mr. Cope’s voice was described by The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as a “signature irascible rasp, gentle and shrill, squeaky and yelpy, often in high emotion fueled by sometimes illogical bursts of excitability.”
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  27. zampogna *
    • 2008 February 29, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘COUNTRY PLEASURES: BACH AND THE BAROQUE PASTORAL’ (Saturday) George Steel leads the Gotham City Orchestra in a concert of Bach and Vivaldi, featuring instrumental oddities like the zampogna, ciaramella and hurdy gurdy.
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