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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-04 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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92649 tokens ‧ 65965 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8791 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.25%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-04-04[edit]

  1. aucuba
    • 2008 April 4, Stephen Orr, “When a Garden Is a Weekend Affair”, New York Times:
      For those customers she recommends shrubs, especially broad-leaved evergreens like skimmia, aucuba, and variegated leucothoe.
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  2. cherried
  3. coachability
  4. conoid
    • 2008 April 4, Wendy Moonan, “Every Piece Was His Favorite”, New York Times:
      A George Nakashima conoid table and bench are combined with Hans Wegner dining chairs and Wharton Esherick stools.
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  5. counteroperations
    • 2008 April 4, Michael Moss, “Rising Leader for Next Phase of Al Qaeda’s War”, New York Times:
      In recent months, those tactics have come to include defensive maneuvers aimed at defusing the media counteroperations of the United States and its allies.
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  6. dumbfoundingly
    • 2008 April 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      But you’ll forget all about that once he plays the still dumbfoundingly brilliant “Waterloo Sunset” or “Shangri-La” or “Victoria” or “Celluloid Heroes” or “Oklahoma U.S.A.”
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  7. fuzzadelic
    • 2008 April 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Dark Meat, from Athens, Ga., is all about numbers: it’s a 17-piece fuzzadelic band whose onstage announcements include introducing songs made up of “81 words, 1 chord and 11 minutes.”
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  8. hammily
    • 2008 April 4, Alessandra Stanley, “Space Opera Returns: One Last Step for Mankind”, New York Times:
      Baltar, played hammily as a selfish, cowardly survivor, is to “Battlestar Galactica” what Erica Kane is to “All My Children” — an amusingly villainous central character who brings a little campy comic relief to all that earnest, jaw-clenched melodrama.
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  9. jabby
    • 2008 April 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Its tight, jabby songs, influenced equally by minimalist post-punk and sentimental white soul, end just when you think you’ve figured them out.
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  10. leucothoe
    • 2008 April 4, Stephen Orr, “When a Garden Is a Weekend Affair”, New York Times:
      For those customers she recommends shrubs, especially broad-leaved evergreens like skimmia, aucuba, and variegated leucothoe.
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  11. nihonga
    • 2008 April 4, Roberta Smith, “Art With Baggage in Tow”, New York Times:
      Raised by parents who drummed Western art into him, Mr. Murakami studied traditional nihonga painting, and attempted a career in animation, before deciding to become a contemporary artist.
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  12. outpointing
    • 2008 April 4, Zachary Braziller, “Yuri Foreman Stays Unbeaten”, New York Times:
      Yuri Foreman, the North American Boxing Federation light middleweight champion who is also studying to become an Orthodox rabbi, remained undefeated by unanimously outpointing Saul Román of Mexico in a dazzling 10-round title defense at Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn.
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  13. physocarpus
    • 2008 April 4, Stephen Orr, “When a Garden Is a Weekend Affair”, New York Times:
      She also suggests plants with a long season of interest through their unusual foliage color or berries: brown physocarpus or the wide range of viburnums that bloom in the spring and have berries in the fall.
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  14. skimmia
    • 2008 April 4, Stephen Orr, “When a Garden Is a Weekend Affair”, New York Times:
      For those customers she recommends shrubs, especially broad-leaved evergreens like skimmia, aucuba, and variegated leucothoe.
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  15. suturelike
    • 2008 April 4, Holland Cotter, “Out of Africa, Whatever Africa May Be”, New York Times:
      The evidence of material richness continues where crafts traditions and modernist abstraction meet: in moss-green yarn reliefs by the Ethiopian artist Elias Sime; in Nicholas Hlobo’s suturelike stitched pieces based on Zulu needlework; and in enigmatic collages by Moshekwa Langa, one of several artists in the show who were also in “Africa Remix,” the grand contemporary survey in 2005 that never made it from Europe to the United States.
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  16. underpromise
    • 2008 April 4, Richard Sandomir, “Fixing a Broken Dream One Night at a Time”, New York Times:
      “He’s wise not to overpromise, but to underpromise and overdeliver,” said Dave Checketts , a former president of the Knicks and then Madison Square Garden who left in 2001 after a power struggle with James L. Dolan , the chairman of the Garden.
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  17. uninspected
    • 2008 April 4, Matthew L. Wald, “Inspectors Say F.A.A. Ignored Violations”, New York Times:
      Three F.A.A. inspectors testified that their agency had allowed Southwest Airlines to fly uninspected planes, and that the airline had continued to fly the planes even after it later found cracks in some of them.
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  18. untrustworthiness
    • 2008 April 4, Paul Vitello, “In Ex-Steel City, Voters Deny Race Plays a Role”, New York Times:
      People are not shy about dismissing out of hand Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York for her supposed untrustworthiness or Senator John McCain of Arizona for what is described as his “100 years” approach to the Iraq war.
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  19. vocalese
    • 2008 April 4, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      He also welcomes his fellow octogenarian Jon Hendricks, the still-spry master of vocalese, who will probably apply his own comic spin to “Moody’s Mood for Love.”
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  20. wunderseries
    • 2008 April 4, Alessandra Stanley, “Space Opera Returns: One Last Step for Mankind”, New York Times:
      The galaxy-wandering survivors of an apocalyptic attack begin the fourth and last season of this Sci Fi Channel wunderseries where they left off: with the faint but improbable hope that one of them has found the lost, mythical home planet.
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