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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-03-06 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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98472 tokens ‧ 72294 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8969 types ‧ 38 (~ 0.424%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-03-06[edit]

  1. breastplated
    • 2008 March 6, Alastair Macaulay, “When Death (That Bowler-Hatted Gent) Comes Calling in Dreams”, New York Times:
      Instead of the innocent-seeming group of white-clad supporting characters in “De Sueños,” the opening scene here gives us a more menacing and unrecognizable group dressed in black, masked and breastplated.
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  2. buttonbush
    • 2008 March 6, Anne Raver, “To Feed the Birds, First Feed the Bugs”, New York Times:
      The buttonbush shrub, which has little white flowers, feeds 18 species of butterflies and moths; and blueberry bushes, which support 288 species of moths and butterflies, thrive in big pots on a terrace.
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  3. departmentwide
    • 2008 March 6, Al Baker, “Auxiliary Police See Parking Permit Cut as an Insult”, New York Times:
      A plan to take back all so-called precinct parking permits from auxiliary officers first came to light in a Feb. 1 Police Department memo to all precincts. Mr. Browne said the action was in addition to a mandatory 20 percent reduction of placards departmentwide.
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  4. electrocharged
    • 2008 March 6, Cintra Wilson, “Part Hip-Hop, Part Haughty, All Decadent”, New York Times:
      I pretended the brush of his knuckles against my knees wasn’t the kind of electrocharged intimacy I recall as a preamble to letters in Penthouse Forum.
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  5. germophobes
    • 2008 March 6, Barnaby J. Feder, “New Device for Germophobes Runs Into Old Law”, New York Times:
      It features a pop-out hook so germophobes can avoid touching A.T.M. keypads, door handles and other public surfaces where undesirable microbes may lurk.
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  6. hayfields
    • 2008 March 6, Anne Raver, “To Feed the Birds, First Feed the Bugs”, New York Times:
      DOUG TALLAMY and his wife, Cindy, built their house seven years ago in the middle of 10 acres of former hayfields.
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  7. inspectional
    • 2008 March 6, Gardiner Harris, “Drug Tied to China Had Contaminant, F.D.A. Says”, New York Times:
      “A few of our observations touched on the same areas as F.D.A.’s inspectional findings,” said Ray Godlewski, vice president for quality at Baxter’s medication delivery business. Mr. Godlewski refused to be more specific because, he said, of a confidentiality agreement with Scientific Protein.
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  8. knavishly
  9. lovelike
    • 2008 March 6, Alastair Macaulay, “When Death (That Bowler-Hatted Gent) Comes Calling in Dreams”, New York Times:
      In a second scene we see a series of lovelike duets (with most characters in different, though still black, attire), with one male-female couple following another, led by the goddess and the stag-man.
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  10. midsession
    • 2008 March 6, The Associated Press, “Data and Disappointment Don’t Prevent Market Rise”, New York Times:
      The Dow Jones industrial average was up more than 90 points in midsession after the Institute for Supply Management issued a stronger-than-expected reading on the health of the service industries and the Labor Department reported that worker productivity increased in the fourth quarter, if at a much slower pace than in the third quarter.
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  11. ministroke
  12. multigoal
  13. nonliturgical
  14. nonpolitician
  15. ornamentals
    • 2008 March 6, Anne Raver, “To Feed the Birds, First Feed the Bugs”, New York Times:
      As exotic ornamentals leap the garden fence and out-compete the native plants, many creatures are starving to death because they did not evolve with the exotics and simply can’t eat them.
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  16. outorganized
  17. oversedated
    • 2008 March 6, Sarah Kershaw, “My Root Canal? It’s a Blur”, New York Times:
      But the practice has drawn mounting criticism from doctors and dentists who say it poses a dangerous risk of patients being oversedated by dentists who often have completed only a 24-hour training course and are not equipped to safely monitor the drugs.
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  18. oversedation
    • 2008 March 6, Sarah Kershaw, “My Root Canal? It’s a Blur”, New York Times:
      Forty states, responding to reports of oversedation and other safety concerns, have either adopted those guidelines, developed their own that are more or less stringent, or are considering new regulations.
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  19. passings
  20. pequi *
    • 2008 March 6, Julia Chaplin, “An Old Friend of Ancient Wood”, New York Times:
      Since that time, he has been sculpturing furniture out of fallen and burned pequi hardwood scavenged from the coastal rain forest.
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  21. precollections
    • 2008 March 6, Guy Trebay, “Fashion Sees Its Shadow”, New York Times:
      “The demands on everyone are constantly growing,” Mr. Gaubert said, referring not just to the twice-yearly ready-to-wear collections, but also to the couture presentations some labels produce, as well as precollections and resort collections and — ka-ching!
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  22. redownload
  23. redownloaded
  24. reflower
    • 2008 March 6, Leslie Land, “A Lily to Look Up To”, New York Times:
      A few iconoclasts insist that bulbs can reflower, and you may be proving them right, but it is more likely that you started with at least two bulbs similar in size.
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  25. resprout
    • 2008 March 6, Anne Raver, “To Feed the Birds, First Feed the Bugs”, New York Times:
      A meadow cleared of autumn olive can resprout with goldenrod, joe-pye weed, milkweed, black-eyed Susans and many other natives crucial to wildlife.
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  26. retargeting
    • 2008 March 6, Louise Story, “Online Pitches Made Just for You”, New York Times:
      One newfangled data practice that Mr. Gould supports at Alaska Airlines is called retargeting.
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  27. sawflies
    • 2008 March 6, Anne Raver, “To Feed the Birds, First Feed the Bugs”, New York Times:
      “They found the sawflies in those pines and raised the entire brood on them, flying back and forth, back and forth,” Mr. Tallamy said.
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  28. shoejack
    • 2008 March 6, Cintra Wilson, “Part Hip-Hop, Part Haughty, All Decadent”, New York Times:
      (Yes, Madame, as a matter of fact, we did shoejack these loafers straight off Gore Vidal ; they have now been properly swerved.)
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  29. slipcovered
    • 2008 March 6, Roslyn Sulcas, “In Balanced Movements, Clean, Spare Choreography”, New York Times:
      This is particularly evident at the end, when she introduces a “chorus” of five women in black as the dancers open the curtains over a mirror, and at the side, where more rows of slipcovered chairs are revealed.
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  30. tightfistedness
  31. unbreachable
    • 2008 March 6, Margalit Fox, “Leonard Rosenman, Composer for Films, Dies at 83”, New York Times:
      Where younger composers like John Corigliano and Philip Glass have been able to move seamlessly between film and concert music, those of Mr. Rosenman’s generation faced a largely unbreachable wall.
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  32. unguardable

Sequestered[edit]

  1. strammer
  2. cyberneophytes
  3. hybernaculum = hibernaculum
    • 2008 March 6, Anne Raver, “To Feed the Birds, First Feed the Bugs”, New York Times:
      “That’s a little hybernaculum for the red-spotted purple, which is a butterfly that people want in their gardens.”
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