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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-29 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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91740 tokens ‧ 67907 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8700 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.356%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-04-29[edit]

  1. antipolitician
  2. balletgoing
    • 2008 April 29, Jack Anderson, “Sallie Wilson, Dramatic Ballerina, Dies at 76”, New York Times:
      In 1979, Jennifer Dunning, writing in The New York Times, said that Ms. Wilson had “etched herself indelibly on the consciousness of the New York balletgoing public.”
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  3. biobigotry
  4. clifflike
    • 2008 April 29, C. Claiborne Ray, “Pigeon Pedestrians”, New York Times:
      “If your yard is heavily vegetated or enclosed, the pigeons may feel more at home out on the street next to clifflike buildings and the open space of sidewalks and streets,” she said.
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  5. clockers
  6. cyberchase
  7. druglike
  8. eucharist *
  9. eventing *
  10. hippieish
    • 2008 April 29, Ben Ratliff, “Coachella Builds a Bigger Game”, New York Times:
      Wouldn’t he be property of Bonnaroo, the more hippieish festival in Tennessee?
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  11. italicizes
    • 2008 April 29, Michiko Kakutani, “Unearthing Tangled Roots of a Town’s Family Trees”, New York Times:
      Only gradually are the relationships between these characters and their ancestors revealed, resulting in an elliptical, jigsaw puzzle of a narrative that italicizes the hold that time past exerts over time present, and the startling changes that have swept through the reservation and the small towns nearby in the space of a couple of generations.
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  12. megavitamin
    • 2008 April 29, Abigail Zuger, M.D., “Quieting the Demons and Giving Art a Voice”, New York Times:
      With problems ranging from mild unmedicated depression to schizophrenia treated with an unorthodox megavitamin technique, these writers also focus on trapping the words — and all agree that the sick brain often spells catastrophe for the creative mind.
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  13. ministrokes
    • 2008 April 29, Jane E. Brody, “You Name It, and Exercise Helps It”, New York Times:
      In people who have had transient ischemic attacks, or ministrokes, “gradually increasing exercise improves blood flow to the brain and may diminish the risk of a full-blown stroke,” Dr. Moffat said.
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  14. multirole
    • 2008 April 29, Reuters, “India: Six Bidders for Fighter Jet Contract”, New York Times:
      Six international companies have submitted bids for a contract potentially worth more than $10 billion to build 126 multirole fighter jets, the Indian ministry of defense said.
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  15. neuroepidemiology
  16. overromanticized
    • 2008 April 29, Vivien Schweitzer, “A Poet of the Piano, in the Company of His Forebears”, New York Times:
      Both Chopin’s life and his music are sometimes overromanticized; his works are either imbued with a sickly sweet perfume and exaggerated rubato or used as Lisztian showpieces.
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  17. runnings
  18. shedrow
  19. sportscasting
    • 2008 April 29, Richard Sandomir, “From Bench to Booth, and Back”, New York Times:
      “You can leave a broadcasting job to do anything else, whether it’s coaching or starting an ice cream shop,” said Sandy Montag of IMG, one of the most powerful agents in sportscasting, whose clients include Jackson.
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  20. subscapularis
  21. superlawyer
    • 2008 April 29, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Junk Bonds, Mortgages and Milken”, New York Times:
      “The financial crisis we’re in today stems from the invention by Drexel Burnham Lambert of the junk bond,” Martin Lipton, the superlawyer who co-founded Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, said derisively at a conference last month.
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  22. superstimulating
    • 2008 April 29, Matt Richtel, “For Gamers, the Craving Won’t Quit”, New York Times:
      She said players face constant challenges and receive instant feedback, a superstimulating artificial environment.
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  23. unalternative
    • 2008 April 29, Ben Ratliff, “Coachella Builds a Bigger Game”, New York Times:
      What kind of brand, slogan or cultural entity on a T-shirt would be thoroughly uncool, unalternative, at Coachella?
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  24. unmedicated
    • 2008 April 29, Abigail Zuger, M.D., “Quieting the Demons and Giving Art a Voice”, New York Times:
      With problems ranging from mild unmedicated depression to schizophrenia treated with an unorthodox megavitamin technique, these writers also focus on trapping the words — and all agree that the sick brain often spells catastrophe for the creative mind.
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  25. unrequired
    • 2008 April 29, Ian Urbina, “Decision Is Likely to Spur Voter ID Laws in More States”, New York Times:
      Mr. Goldman said that poll workers might ask for unrequired identification and that citizens might not vote because they mistakenly thought that they could not do so if they did not have certain forms of identification.
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  26. unrushed

Sequestered[edit]

  1. chlorogenic
    • 2008 April 29, Henry Fountain, “Cherry Tomatoes Get a Seawater Boost”, New York Times:
      Where the seawater tomatoes really stood out, though, was in concentrations of antioxidants, including vitamins C and E and chlorogenic acid.
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  2. pallidum