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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-01 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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2008-05-01[edit]

  1. adrip
  2. bangy
    • 2008 May 1, Vivien Schweitzer, “Three Young Performers, Showing Their Skills”, New York Times:
      The program began with a less memorable rendition of Beethoven ’s Piano Concerto No. 3, performed by Wonny Song, a South Korean pianist who grew up in Montreal and who won the 2005 Young Concert Artists International Auditions. Mr. Song performed competently, but it was at times rather bangy Beethoven, particularly short on elegance in the final movement.
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  3. darks
    • 2008 May 1, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      She suggests choosing a true red, which has “both the brights and the darks in it.”
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  4. doublenecked
    • 2008 May 1, Jon Pareles, “An Oldies Marathon Runs a Few Extra Miles”, New York Times:
      The Collins Kids, the siblings Lorrie and Larry, had Lorrie singing about her “Rock Boppin’ Baby” answered by Larry’s zooming, precise rockabilly and proto-surf-guitar lines on his doublenecked guitar.
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  5. femtocell
    • 2008 May 1, John Biggs, “How to Amplify Those Fading Bars”, New York Times:
      Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless and Sprint are all looking at femtocell products as well.
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  6. femtocells
    • 2008 May 1, John Biggs, “How to Amplify Those Fading Bars”, New York Times:
      Hassan Ahmed, founder of Sonus Networks , a company that makes femtocells, said he believed that almost all of the carriers would add the technology to their product lines.
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  7. gloxinia
    • 2008 May 1, Leslie Land, “An Ambulatory Arbor”, New York Times:
      You will be safer with fast-growing tropicals like passionflowers or long-blooming annuals like the climbing gloxinia Lofos Summer Cream from Park Seed, (800) 213-0076 or parkseed.com .
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  8. helichrysum
    • 2008 May 1, Leslie Land, “An Ambulatory Arbor”, New York Times:
      Also plant a trailer like helichrysum or ivy to soften the edge and provide extra coverage if needed; vines often thin at the base as they age.
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  9. lickably
    • 2008 May 1, Cintra Wilson, “Open-Toed Fetishes (and More)”, New York Times:
      Imagine the footwear wing of Frederick’s of Hollywood, if it had tottered away to seduce the Wonka factory: wall-to-wall red carpet, mirrors, disco sequins and modular Lucite cubbies all showcasing a loopy series of variations on lickably shiny, nosebleed-high hooker pumps (the cheap American cousin of which is commonly known, in fetishistic eBay galleries, as “the Pleaser”).
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  10. maqam
    • 2008 May 1, Erica Goode, “A Fabled Iraqi Instrument Thrives in Exile”, New York Times:
      At 18, late for a professional musician, he took up the oud, studying the mysteries of the Iraqi maqam, the complex system of tonal sequences and improvisation passed from master to student.
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  11. meterless
    • 2008 May 1, Ariel Sabar, “Adopting Meters, Washington Ends Taxi Zone System”, New York Times:
      Passengers may still see some meterless cabs in May. Many drivers, hoping for court victories that never came, waited until the last moment to order the new devices.
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  12. nonhits
    • 2008 May 1, Jon Pareles, “An Oldies Marathon Runs a Few Extra Miles”, New York Times:
      Mary Weiss, who was the lead singer of the Shangri-Las, did get around to “Leader of the Pack,” but not before belting some of the group’s nonhits like the B-side “The Train From Kansas City.”
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  13. oudist
  14. pageantlike
    • 2008 May 1, John Branch, “For a Day, the Giants Are Washington’s Favorite Team”, New York Times:
      When the band outside the White House started “New York, New York,” players and coaches filed out of a door in two lines, then down opposite curving stairways, pageantlike, toward the South Lawn, where President Bush awaited.
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  15. polytonal
    • 2008 May 1, Jon Pareles, “An Oldies Marathon Runs a Few Extra Miles”, New York Times:
      On Tuesday night the Stomp mingled high-octane rockabilly, elegantly dynamic Southern soul, intricate New Orleans R&B and some kindred untamed music, like James Blood Ulmer’s electric power-trio blues spiked with polytonal jazz.
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  16. promwear
    • 2008 May 1, Jon Pareles, “An Oldies Marathon Runs a Few Extra Miles”, New York Times:
      The lineup features rockabilly and rhythm and blues, and the audience at Tuesday’s concert at the House of Blues in the French Quarter, with nine hours of music on three stages, was dotted with women in vintage promwear and men sporting greased-up hair and flashy Western shirts.
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  17. prosthetist
    • 2008 May 1, Fernanda Santos, “A Rescued Goat Gets a Chance for a Normal Life”, New York Times:
      Erik J. Tompkins, the certified prosthetist who designed Ms. Brown’s leg and is designing Albie’s, said that he had fitted an animal with a fake limb only once, six years ago, and that was a horse with a front leg shorter than the other three.
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  18. rezonings
  19. runnings
  20. streakiness
  21. tropicals
    • 2008 May 1, Leslie Land, “An Ambulatory Arbor”, New York Times:
      You will be safer with fast-growing tropicals like passionflowers or long-blooming annuals like the climbing gloxinia Lofos Summer Cream from Park Seed, (800) 213-0076 or parkseed.com .
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  22. verblessly
  23. weightedness
    • 2008 May 1, Jennifer Dunning, “The Ore of Youth, Under Refinement”, New York Times:
      No matter how high they flew, they maintained the weightedness that made the Taylor performance earth to Ailey’s fire and ABT’s air.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. goodcage: nonce
  2. homebox: nonce