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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-03-29 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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77721 tokens ‧ 56472 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7791 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.321%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-03-29[edit]

  1. balconied
  2. battiness
    • 2008 March 29, Ginia Bellafante, “The Dashwood Quest for Civil Unions”, New York Times:
      To be shown over three hours in two parts, it pays closer attention to some of the novel’s more subsidiary characters, broadening the focus beyond the Dashwoods; the Steele girls are played with a particularly amusing battiness.
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  3. clackety
    • 2008 March 29, Jeffrey Gettleman, “Somalia’s Government Teeters on Collapse”, New York Times:
      Less than a third of the promised African Union soldiers have arrived, the United Nations has shied away from sending peacekeepers and even the Ethiopians are taking a back seat, often leaving the government’s defense to teenage Somalis with clackety guns who are overwhelmed.
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  4. equivocality
    • 2008 March 29, Dave Kehr, “A Star Who Mastered a New Moral Ambiguity”, New York Times:
      The military lent a new context to Mr. Widmark’s moral equivocality: in films like “Halls of Montezuma,” “The Frogmen,” “Take the High Ground!” and “Destination Gobi” Mr. Widmark played hard-bitten commanders whose apparent coldness and cruelty masked a deeper concern with the safety of their men.
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  5. fairgoers
  6. festivalism
    • 2008 March 29, Karen Rosenberg, “Uptown, Downtown, Fairs Found All Over”, New York Times:
      The thriving scenes of London, Berlin and the Lower East Side have numerous representatives at Volta, but most of the booths reflect international festivalism — none more so than the booth of the Stanton Street gallery Fruit and Flower Deli, where the aptly named collective International Festival has set up a functioning bar strewn with rainbow confetti.
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  7. hagiographical
    • 2008 March 29, Daniel J. Wakin, “Zeffirelli, Still Singing Praises of Opera Splendor”, New York Times:
      A limited edition of a hagiographical book about his Met productions has gone on sale at the Lincoln Center Barnes & Noble, where he was to sign copies on Friday.
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  8. matatus
    • 2008 March 29, Jeffrey Gettleman, “Stalemate in Kenya Over Top Posts”, New York Times:
      Pictures of his goateed face have festooned matatus, the rugged little minibuses that prowl Kenya’s streets.
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  9. momos
  10. musicalized
    • 2008 March 29, Anthony Tommasini, “Playing the Odds as a Way of Life”, New York Times:
      “The Gambler,” with a libretto by Prokofiev, adapted from the 1866 novella by Dostoyevsky , would be dramatically stark, an opera of musicalized dialogue driven by a teeming orchestra.
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  11. nonbanks
    • 2008 March 29, Joe Nocera, “A System Overdue for Reform”, New York Times:
      He also said that capital requirements for nonbanks needed to be reassessed, that consumer protection needed to be enhanced, that mortgage originators — indeed, all lenders — should have to carry a portion of their loans on their books so that they would bear some risk if things went wrong, and that companies should be regulated not according to whether they were a bank or an investment bank or a hedge fund but whether they did things like create credit.
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  12. nonguards
    • 2008 March 29, Ralph Blumenthal, “Gang Fights in Prison Injure 22 and Kill One”, New York Times:
      The fights, which broke out about 6:20 a.m., were quelled with the help of 10 nonguards — plumbers, electricians, secretaries and other workers — who happened to be reporting early, said Richard Wechsler, local president of the American Federation of Government Employees, a supervisor and a former guard at the prison.
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  13. nonjournalistic
    • 2008 March 29, Edward Schumacher-Matos, “Killing a Trade Pact”, New York Times:
      When the Inter American Press Association several years ago investigated its list of murdered Colombian journalists, it found that more than 40 percent were killed for nonjournalistic reasons.
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  14. proclamatory
    • 2008 March 29, Alastair Macaulay, “The Dance Has a Meaning, but That’s Not the Point”, New York Times:
      One phrase stands out: a side-to-side step in which he raises a proclamatory arm (as if with inspiration and vision), then, changing his weight to the other foot, the other arm.
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  15. sackt
    • 2008 March 29, “Translating Homer: To Each His Own Muse”, New York Times:
      The man, O Muse, informe, that many a way Wound with his wisedome to his wished stay; That wanderd wondrous farre when He the towne Of sacred Troy had sackt and shiverd downe.
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  16. shiverd
    • 2008 March 29, “Translating Homer: To Each His Own Muse”, New York Times:
      The man, O Muse, informe, that many a way Wound with his wisedome to his wished stay; That wanderd wondrous farre when He the towne Of sacred Troy had sackt and shiverd downe.
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  17. showgoers
    • 2008 March 29, Tina Kelley, “As a Musical Winds Down, the Writing’s on the Wall”, New York Times:
      Caroline Willauer, of Maine, wrote on the wall outside the Nederlander Theater, where showgoers over the years have left admiring graffiti, all soon to be painted over.
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  18. sportcoats
    • 2008 March 29, Ben Shpigel, “A Break From the Game for an Inspiring Lesson”, New York Times:
      They filed in through a side entrance at about 7:45 p.m., dressed in sportcoats or suit jackets, and huddled in front of a 14-foot-high sculpture with hands — men’s, women’s, children’s — intertwined.
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  19. tearfulness
    • 2008 March 29, Jon Pareles, “Hip-Hop Assurance, R&B Suffering”, New York Times:
      The songs built slowly with anger, ache, tearfulness and fury, with sustained notes and cascading melismas.
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  20. trainlike
    • 2008 March 29, Susan Saulny, “Thieves Leave Cars, but Take Catalytic Converters”, New York Times:
      “This morning I woke up and walked out, turned the key and there was a noise like this,” Mr. Fernandez said, grumbling the trainlike roar that cars make when they are missing their converters.
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  21. unchewed
  22. understaffing
    • 2008 March 29, Ralph Blumenthal, “Gang Fights in Prison Injure 22 and Kill One”, New York Times:
      Union leaders said understaffing and increasingly violent inmates contributed to the disturbances at Three Rivers and at the Federal Detention Center in Houston.
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  23. unpretty
  24. wanderd
    • 2008 March 29, “Translating Homer: To Each His Own Muse”, New York Times:
      The man, O Muse, informe, that many a way Wound with his wisedome to his wished stay; That wanderd wondrous farre when He the towne Of sacred Troy had sackt and shiverd downe.
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