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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-03 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-13).

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93250 tokens ‧ 68948 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8790 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.364%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-04-03[edit]

  1. aguinaldo
    • 2008 April 3, Ben Ratliff, “‘The Capeman’ Revisited, Far From Broadway Lights”, New York Times:
      The songs bounced among styles: folk aguinaldo for evocations of Christmas in Puerto Rican neighborhoods; Yoruba rhythm for a Santeria scene; guajira for gang talk; blues for threats from a fellow inmate; doo-wop to suggest innocence.
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  2. antisavior
  3. armoir
    • 2008 April 3, Suzanne Slesin, “CURRENTS”, New York Times:
      A close up of a Paul Evans armoir at the home of Dorsey Reading in Erwinna, Penn.
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  4. baymen
    • 2008 April 3, Ken Belson, “Battle Over Congestion Pricing Proposal Continues, Now on Two Fronts”, New York Times:
      Another border skirmish heated up last year over the harvesting of clams in Raritan Bay. Clammers and officials in New York complained that New Jersey was looking the other way as its baymen wandered across the state line and dug in New York.
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  5. classicization
    • 2008 April 3, Alastair Macaulay, “Ballet’s Classical History, the Kirov Edition”, New York Times:
      The Grand Pas from “Paquita” (1881) is a bright classicization of Spanish dance style that stops to include a series of solo variations.
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  6. degrader
    • 2008 April 3, Ginia Bellafante, “Gladiators of the Dance in the Arena of Reality TV”, New York Times:
      The end of the rainbow is Elizabeth Berkley, a former dancer who could exhume the corpse of Martha Graham and still go to her own grave known solely for “Showgirls,” that great degrader of the once simply disreputable profession of stripping.
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  7. fragranceless
    • 2008 April 3, Cintra Wilson, “Secrets From the Temple of Scent”, New York Times:
      She assured me that the lack of liquid in the bottle was due to the popularity of the tester and not that this fragranceless fragrance is a complete test of faith.
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  8. gesamtkunstwerk
  9. guajira *
    • 2008 April 3, Ben Ratliff, “‘The Capeman’ Revisited, Far From Broadway Lights”, New York Times:
      The songs bounced among styles: folk aguinaldo for evocations of Christmas in Puerto Rican neighborhoods; Yoruba rhythm for a Santeria scene; guajira for gang talk; blues for threats from a fellow inmate; doo-wop to suggest innocence.
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  10. midflex
    • 2008 April 3, Abby Ellin, “60-Plus, Ripped, and Natural Competitors”, New York Times:
      Nor did he ever imagine that his oldest son, then a teenager, would take one look at his father midflex and cry out, “Dad, put your clothes back on!”
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  11. midmovie
  12. midshot
  13. miniwar
    • 2008 April 3, Gail Collins, “A Black Hole Rating System”, New York Times:
      — you’d think we’d get cued in when the government starts a miniwar.
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  14. mouthwashy
  15. neroli
    • 2008 April 3, Cintra Wilson, “Secrets From the Temple of Scent”, New York Times:
      It’s heady and complex: an exorbitant fusion of bergamot, mandarin, iris, neroli, jasmine, Bulgarian rose, patchouli, oak moss, musk and amber, packaged in a black box with gold lettering and a Lalique bottle with a black spray-bulb.
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  16. nonteams
    • 2008 April 3, George Vecsey, “No Quick Fixes, but Walsh Has Promise of So Much More”, New York Times:
      The N.B.A. is essentially a small village, and small villages gossip, and surely Walsh has done his due diligence and knows that the Knicks are one of the most ghastly nonteams in the history of the N.B.A. and need to be broken up, starting at the top.
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  17. nosedrop
  18. pendulumlike
    • 2008 April 3, Nate Chinen, “Composing on the Spot, With Help From a Master”, New York Times:
      While Mr. Konitz has some history with Mr. Reid and Mr. Wilson, he was forging a new alliance with Mr. Pérez, who opened the set with a scrap of suggestion. Mr. Reid responded with a pendulumlike line, and Mr. Wilson began tapping his toms and cymbals in a halting pattern.
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  19. prebriefed
    • 2008 April 3, Gail Collins, “A Black Hole Rating System”, New York Times:
      At least “in terms of being prebriefed or, having, you know, the normal planning process in which you build up to this days or weeks ahead of time.”
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  20. prescripted
    • 2008 April 3, Steven Erlanger, “NATO Allies Oppose Bush on Georgia and Ukraine”, New York Times:
      Normally, summit meetings like this are prescripted, but Mr. Bush’s comments added some extra interest while annoying Germany and France , which had said they would block the invitation to Ukraine and Georgia.
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  21. raunchfest
    • 2008 April 3, Michael Cieply, “Tom Cruise, in Bit Role, Nips Studio’s Top Gun”, New York Times:
      The movie, a raunchfest directed by Ben Stiller , about a bunch of actors whose jungle war movie turns unexpectedly real, also stars Mr. Stiller, Robert Downey Jr. , Jack Black , Matthew McConaughey and Nick Nolte .
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  22. santero
  23. scilla *
    • 2008 April 3, Anne Raver, “Proof That Spring Can Keep a Promise”, New York Times:
      There could be a million now, I thought, standing among the trees at the Winterthur Museum and Country Estate one bright, chilly day in mid-March as the first few sapphire-blue scilla and glory-of-the-snow — little sky-blue stars with white eyes — could be seen among the snowdrops and buttercups.
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  24. scillas
    • 2008 April 3, Anne Raver, “Proof That Spring Can Keep a Promise”, New York Times:
      In the early 1900s, when he was starting the gardens at Winterthur, his estate near Wilmington, Del., his gardeners just kept on planting — not only early-blooming snowdrops and winter aconites, but crocuses, windflowers, scillas and bluebells.
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  25. slablike
    • 2008 April 3, J.D. Biersdorfer, “A Phone With TV, Radio, Music, G.P.S. and Camcorder”, New York Times:
      Although it has a similar slablike form and touch screen function, the new Samsung Instinct has a few special features of its own, as well as a monogamous marriage with Sprint as its wireless carrier.
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  26. splittism
    • 2008 April 3, Howard W. French, “China Confirms Protests by Uighur Muslims”, New York Times:
      “A small number of elements tried to incite splittism, create disturbances in the marketplace and even trick the masses into an uprising,” a statement published on the Web site of the Hotan local government said in the first official acknowledgment of the disturbances.
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  27. stripteuse
    • 2008 April 3, Dennis Hevesi, “Sherry Britton, 89, a Star of the Burlesque Stage, Dies”, New York Times:
      In the 1940s, after burlesque was effectively banned from New York City by the administration of Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, Ms. Britton — sometimes called “Great Britton, a stripteuse with brains” — went on to an acting career that took her to theaters around the country.
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  28. wimpishly
    • 2008 April 3, Nicholas D. Kristof, “A Not-So-Fine Romance”, New York Times:
      It was the popular action of a dictatorial government, and many ordinary Chinese think the government acted too wimpishly, showing far too much restraint toward “thugs” and “rioters.”
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