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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-15 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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98959 tokens ‧ 73470 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9399 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.309%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-15[edit]

  1. antiallergy
    • 2008 May 15, James Flanigan, “If It’s Eye Care Technology, This Must Be Orange County”, New York Times:
      The building will be named for Gavin S. Herbert, founder and former chairman of Allergan , the large pharmaceutical products company that first developed antiallergy eye drops 60 years ago in Los Angeles.
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  2. astrantia
    • 2008 May 15, Trish Hall, “Shopping for Flowers with De Juan Stroud”, New York Times:
      He laid several on a counter and started playing with possible visual partners, finally deciding on some orange ranunculus and a pink-purple astrantia.
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  3. boardshorts
    • 2008 May 15, Guy Trebay, “A Line in the Sand and in the Stores”, New York Times:
      But the appeal of the label — now sold at surf shops in 19 states and 12 countries — is that its black boardshorts and no-frills logos both bypass the sport’s floral sartorial clichés and also, for those in the know, summon up a hard-core, roots surfer image of riders like those Da Hui underwrites.
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  4. braaap
    • 2008 May 15, Ben Ratliff, “Cup of Southern Joy (Northern, Too)”, New York Times:
      Double-Wide’s gig at the Jazz Standard on Tuesday felt almost miniaturized by the musicians’ narrative control over improvising, and comically transparent as a music with a clear high-end (Mr. Ellis’s light-toned melodic improvising, Mr. Marsalis’s cymbals), a middle (the organ and snare drum) and a low (the boom of the kick drum, the braaap of the sousaphone).
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  5. corded
    • 2008 May 15, Jay Romano, “The Hum of Summer”, New York Times:
      “These mowers are either corded or battery-powered and mow a path anywhere from 14 to 21 inches.”
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  6. echeveria
    • 2008 May 15, Trish Hall, “Shopping for Flowers with De Juan Stroud”, New York Times:
      At his first stop, Fischer & Page at 150 W. 28th Street, he fell for the echeveria succulents — often called hen and chicks — with their complex shading of gray and pink.
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  7. froofy
    • 2008 May 15, Cintra Wilson, “Advanced Stages of Regression”, New York Times:
      Perhaps they were ideas better left unrealized, but they’re loose now, and there’s no screwing their froofy fuchsia top back on.
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  8. geshe
    • 2008 May 15, Leslie Kaufman, “Making Their Own Limits in a Spiritual Partnership”, New York Times:
      After becoming a monk in 1983, he trained on-and-off in a Buddhist monastery for 20 years, and is one of a handful of Westerners who has earned the title of geshe, the rough equivalent of a religious doctorate.
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  9. horseplaying
  10. kauwela
    • 2008 May 15, Guy Trebay, “A Line in the Sand and in the Stores”, New York Times:
      With the shift from the moody wet winter Hawaiians call ho’oilo to the drier season known as kauwela, the swells that have made this stretch of coastline a famous surfing destination have all but vanished.
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  11. megatowers
    • 2008 May 15, Peter Applebome, “Adjusting Vision of Waterfront Arts District to Include High Rises”, New York Times:
      One is a story of betrayal, how almost two decades of hard work and advocacy that produced a visionary plan for a low-rise arts district that preserved the area’s past was shunted aside in favor of plans for megatowers and cookie-cutter urban development.
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  12. microinvasive
  13. midchest
  14. multilegged
    • 2008 May 15, Cintra Wilson, “Advanced Stages of Regression”, New York Times:
      One particular gown stood out: a sleeveless white silk sheath with an elaborate print ($3,400) that said, “I am Basquiat in hell, forced to endure a Sisyphean nursery school where I trace my hand and paint multilegged monster turkeys and get an F, forever.
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  15. overpronators
    • 2008 May 15, Sarah Bowen Shea, “Physical Culture”, New York Times:
      This model is for triathletes with a neutral stride (there’s a comparable stability shoe for overpronators).
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  16. pouffed
    • 2008 May 15, Cintra Wilson, “Advanced Stages of Regression”, New York Times:
      TOUT À FAIT The designer famous for rich colors and pouffiness sets a new boutique ablaze with a riot of richly pouffed colorfulness.
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  17. pouffiness
    • 2008 May 15, Cintra Wilson, “Advanced Stages of Regression”, New York Times:
      TOUT À FAIT The designer famous for rich colors and pouffiness sets a new boutique ablaze with a riot of richly pouffed colorfulness.
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  18. reconstructors
    • 2008 May 15, Penelope Green, “A Weapon in the Identity Theft Battle”, New York Times:
      Apparently you need a cross-cut shredder to truly scramble your information, although feeding the paper so that the words go through horizontally will pose a challenge to reconstructors.
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  19. restrictionism
    • 2008 May 15, “No Rebates for You”, New York Times:
      Immigrant restrictionism is stiffing hundreds of thousands of American citizens and legal residents out of their tax-rebate checks.
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  20. roomlike
    • 2008 May 15, Carol Vogel, “Bacon Triptych Auctioned for Record $86 Million”, New York Times:
      A Tom Wesselmann, “Great American Nude No. 48,” a 1963 roomlike assemblage that includes a radiator and window illumination, brought another record price, selling for $10.6 million, above its $8 million high estimate.
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  21. ruching
    • 2008 May 15, Eric Wilson, “Out With Vegas, In With Vamp”, New York Times:
      Probably for the first time since Lindsay Lohan was born, fashion designers, from the high-end likes of Miuccia Prada and Stella McCartney to mainstream classics like Jantzen, have taken a more refined approach to swimwear, emphasizing one-piece looks, halter tops, high-waist boy shorts and ruffles and ruching as camouflaging details.
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  22. sassily
    • 2008 May 15, Eric Wilson, “Out With Vegas, In With Vamp”, New York Times:
      Jantzen’s most popular look this season is a sassily ruched one-piece, updated in lifeguard red and now called the Vamp, which would seem to encourage accessorizing with a cigarette and a martini more than a Pilatesstick.
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  23. spazzing
    • 2008 May 15, Jon Pareles, “Ego-Fueled Hip-Hop Sci-Fi Space Odyssey”, New York Times:
      At Tuesday’s show, praying to get back home, he promised God that if he made it, he’d “stop spazzing out at awards shows.”
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  24. stuntlike
  25. tomblike
    • 2008 May 15, Alberto Manguel, “A 30,000-Volume Window on the World”, New York Times:
      In Paris and in London, in the humid heat of Tahiti where I worked as a publisher for five long years (my Melville still shows traces of Polynesian mold), in Toronto and in Calgary, I collected books and then, when the time came to leave, packed them up in boxes to wait patiently inside tomblike storage spaces in the uncertain hope of resurrection.
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  26. yawningly
    • 2008 May 15, Guy Trebay, “A Line in the Sand and in the Stores”, New York Times:
      “WAVES are just a little part of surfing ,” the big-wave surfer Kala Alexander said last week as fat cumulus clouds drifted through the sky above the North Shore and an ocean both brilliantly turquoise and yawningly flat.
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