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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-03-03 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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81314 tokens ‧ 59499 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8095 types ‧ 20 (~ 0.247%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-03-03[edit]

  1. backlashed
    • 2008 March 3, “The Words We Use to Talk About Race”, New York Times:
      Somehow, that term was backlashed as self-consciously progressive, in the same way the Prius (I drive one) is accused of flaunting love of the environment.
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  2. disfavoring
    • 2008 March 3, James Martin, “Trials of the Saints”, New York Times:
      Finally, the church could avoid favoring (or disfavoring) candidates out of any political implications.
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  3. immanentize
    • 2008 March 3, William Kristol, “The Indispensable Man”, New York Times:
      The button said, “Don’t let THEM immanentize the Eschaton.”
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  4. immanentizers
    • 2008 March 3, William Kristol, “The Indispensable Man”, New York Times:
      Perelman knew Bill because in 1994, at age 18, as an aspiring classical pianist living in Minnesota, he had written to thank him for fighting for freedom for Soviet Jews (Perelman’s parents had fled the Soviet Union, that locus classicus of immanentizers of the eschaton, in the 1970s).
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  5. interruptive
    • 2008 March 3, Stuart Elliott, “Sears Joins With Hearst for a Multimedia Blitz”, New York Times:
      One goal for Sears is to sponsor “innovative, interruptive and integrated campaigns that challenge people’s perceptions” about the retailer and its offerings, said Richard Gerstein, chief marketing officer at Sears, which is based in Hoffman Estates, Ill.
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  6. jailbreaking
  7. jokemistress
    • 2008 March 3, Charles Isherwood, “A Naughty-but-Nice Miss M Sets Up Shop in Sin City”, New York Times:
      Soph, the naughty jokemistress modeled on Sophie Tucker, is reimagined here as an indomitable showgirl, encumbered by a headdress “half the size of Tennessee,” in another standout segment.
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  8. moated
  9. paparazzism
  10. pigmentationally
    • 2008 March 3, “The Words We Use to Talk About Race”, New York Times:
      Then, there’s “people of color,” embraced for a time as embodying unity among people pigmentationally advantaged.
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  11. preburnished
    • 2008 March 3, Susan Dominus, “Electing a Woman to the White House: Who’s on Deck?”, New York Times:
      Like Hillary, Governor Sebelius’s name comes preburnished, thanks to her father-in-law, Keith Sebelius, a former veteran member of Congress, and her father, John Gilligan, the former governor of Ohio.
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  12. superaccept
    • 2008 March 3, Phillip Alder, “In Las Vegas, It’s All About the Odds”, New York Times:
      South’s jump to three spades, a superaccept, announced four-card spade support, a maximum and (typically) a doubleton somewhere.
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  13. unorthodoxy
    • 2008 March 3, James Martin, “Trials of the Saints”, New York Times:
      Canonization has long been an arduous procedure, which includes gathering evidence for a life of heroic sanctity, interviewing contemporaries and examining a person’s writings for any hint of unorthodoxy.
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  14. untumultuous
    • 2008 March 3, Kelefa Sanneh, “All Rise! Hail the Would-Be Rock Star”, New York Times:
      At the Beacon, Ms. Bareilles was earnest and unassuming, talking cheerfully about the emotional turmoil that inspired this rather untumultuous music.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. kleats
    • 2008 March 3, Dan Barry, “In a Town Called Bill, a Boomlet of Sorts”, New York Times:
      The Ritz of Bill still has its growing pains, its clash between two cultures — hotels and railroads — as evidenced by a slightly misspelled sign on the diner’s door: “Union Pacific Guest: Please remove kleats before entering building.
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