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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-14 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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75851 tokens ‧ 55610 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7812 types ‧ 14 (~ 0.179%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-04-14[edit]

  1. abattoirlike
    • 2008 April 14, Charles Mcgrath, “Dramatic Power Couple: Theater Is Their Castle”, New York Times:
      His “Macbeth,” which was such a hit at the Brooklyn Academy of Music that it recently transferred to Broadway, is set in a vaguely Stalinist era and staged in a tiled abattoirlike space that was partly inspired by the horror movie “Saw.”
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  2. concelebrate
  3. exoticisms
    • 2008 April 14, Bernard Holland, “World Tour, in a Baroque Sort of Way”, New York Times:
      The nine Purcell movements here were completely civil and filled with life; if exoticisms were intended, jaded modern ears had to take them on faith.
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  4. goonishness
    • 2008 April 14, George Vecsey, “Flora and Fauna of Spring Hockey”, New York Times:
      Every four years, some of us fawn over Olympic hockey, a great event with bigger rinks, minimal goonishness and national pride in addition to the heightened skills of veritable all-star squads.
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  5. marchesa *
  6. microconcepts
    • 2008 April 14, Bob Tedeschi, “Beaming Online Services Toward Blacks”, New York Times:
      “Diller has been fairly clear with his Johnny Appleseed strategy, where he’s putting a whole lot of microconcepts into the market so you don’t have to have a billion dollars invested in one idea or one company.”
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  7. plinky
    • 2008 April 14, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Brawny drumming and hefty guitar riffs carry most of the songs, and Mr. Fridmann and the band have stuffed the interstices with sounds: plinky, echoey countermelodies and buzzing distortion, horn sections and tubular bells.
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  8. puzzlelike
  9. remilitarized
  10. rosacea
    • 2008 April 14, Noam Cohen, “He Wrote 200,000 Books (but Computers Did Some of the Work)”, New York Times:
      Reviewing a guide to rosacea, a skin disorder, Mr. Pascoe, who is from Perth, Australia, complained: “The book is more of a template for ‘generic health researching’ than anything specific to rosacea.
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  11. uncomplicatedly
  12. untailored
  13. upbeats
    • 2008 April 14, Ben Ratliff, “At the Intersection of Sacred and Secular”, New York Times:
      Mr. Hawkins sang in his restrained, reassuring, elegant voice; the rhythms, on gospel songs he has recorded since the ’70s, like “Testify” and “The Comforter,” were uptempo funk with stressed upbeats, or smoothed-out ballads with a groove established by electronic triangle and chime sounds.
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