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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-22 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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101244 tokens ‧ 75060 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9502 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.337%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-22[edit]

  1. capoeiralike
    • 2008 May 22, Claudia La Rocco, “In Bronx, Dancer Does Right Thing”, New York Times:
      Deft partnering sequences rub elbows with rather lazy stretches in which the dancers are left to noodle about on the floor in vaguely capoeiralike motions.
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  2. critterlike
    • 2008 May 22, Penelope Green, “Chairs With Talking Points”, New York Times:
      A trio of critterlike Kunigi Unus would rather spend time with one another than with you.
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  3. districting
    • 2008 May 22, Robert F. Worth, “Deal for Lebanese Factions Leaves Hezbollah Stronger”, New York Times:
      Heated last-minute negotiations over how to reshape Lebanon’s electoral districting system — which will significantly influence power-sharing after the 2009 parliamentary elections — led to a compromise that divides the country into smaller districts, allowing for more equal representation of its various sects.
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  4. dottiness
    • 2008 May 22, Janet Maslin, “In These Places, Old Age Becomes a Team Sport”, New York Times:
      And he populates the book with brightly drawn characters who give the place its reigning mood, “a slow, good-humored dottiness and dignity.”
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  5. leisurevilles
    • 2008 May 22, Janet Maslin, “In These Places, Old Age Becomes a Team Sport”, New York Times:
      This goes on so long that he is well into the book — cataloging golf courses, craft classes, garish clothes and Stepford-style prettified architecture — before he truly tips his hand. Mr. Blechman’s real purpose is to rip the Hawaiian-shirted veneer off these leisurevilles and show them for what he thinks they really are: bigoted, restricted, secessionist, cute-Orwellian atrocities.
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  6. moules *
    • 2008 May 22, George Vecsey, “The Rain and the Minutes Pelt Down”, New York Times:
      And many neutral observers, eating moules and frites and drinking Belgian beer, hissed at Ronaldo’s diving theatrics while admiring his magnificent talent.
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  7. mukhtar
    • 2008 May 22, Stephen Farrell, “U.S. Troops Kill 11 Shiite Militants”, New York Times:
      He said the teams in each sector included a mukhtar, or trustee, two heads of tribes, a local “notable” and a mosque imam.
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  8. neckbands
    • 2008 May 22, Sarah Lyall, “Britain: A New Look for Judges”, New York Times:
      The old, stuffy outfits — curly gray wigs made from horsehair, severe black robes with winged collars and stiff neckbands — are to be replaced by modern navy robes created by the fashion designer Betty Jackson. Ms. Jackson, who donated her services, is friends with the wife of a judge, a spokesman for the judiciary said.
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  9. nongreasy
    • 2008 May 22, Yishane Lee, “Physical Culture”, New York Times:
      Thanks to some innovations in products that treat or stave off blisters, hikers can now use nongreasy, nonstaining waxes fortified with moisturizing aloe as a preventive, and gel pads or breathable plastic to cushion blisters.
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  10. objectologist
    • 2008 May 22, Penelope Green, “Chairs With Talking Points”, New York Times:
      Brent White, who calls himself an objectologist, also imagines animated furniture.
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  11. outleapt
    • 2008 May 22, George Vecsey, “The Rain and the Minutes Pelt Down”, New York Times:
      On Wednesday, in the 26th minute, he worked his way to the back post and outleapt a defender to convert a cross from Wes Brown that gave Manchester United a 1-0 lead.
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  12. overregulation
    • 2008 May 22, Peter Applebome, “Why a Fish Didn’t Show at a Festival in Its Honor”, New York Times:
      So while Riverkeeper environmentalists see the fish declines as evidence of fish kills from power plants, invasive species, overfishing offshore, sewage and other pollution, Mr. Gabrielson is more likely to blame overregulation and flawed river management, particularly protection of the striped bass, one of the three fish increasing in numbers on the Hudson.
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  13. posthipster
    • 2008 May 22, Melena Ryzik, “Headbangers From Iraq, Thrashing and Waiting”, New York Times:
      They used the project to inaugurate VBS.tv, Vice’s Viacom-backed online video network, last year and to reposition the Vice brand as a more serious endeavor appropriate for the posthipster, globally pluralist era.
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  14. schleppy
  15. shadless
    • 2008 May 22, Peter Applebome, “Why a Fish Didn’t Show at a Festival in Its Honor”, New York Times:
      But coming on the heels of a Riverkeeper report showing significant long-term declines for 10 of 13 species of Hudson River fish, the shadless Shad Festival is yet another reminder that, in fact, nature’s promises do not come with a lifetime guarantee.
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  16. skippy
    • 2008 May 22, George Vecsey, “The Rain and the Minutes Pelt Down”, New York Times:
      Ronaldo had the best moves, skippy little stutter-steps that allowed him to get around defenders time and again.
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  17. stormlike
    • 2008 May 22, Seth Mydans, “U.N. Leader Aims to Get More Aid in Myanmar”, New York Times:
      “Our country is going through a variety of stormlike plots and intrigues that are much severer than Nargis, and they are endless,” it said.
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  18. toile *
    • 2008 May 22, Penelope Green, “Shopping for Toile With Richard Saja”, New York Times:
      RICHARD SAJA is always on the lookout for toile, but not to buy a few yards for a dressing room armchair.
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  19. unhorrified
  20. viridifloras
    • 2008 May 22, Anne Raver, “In the Spring Garden, Some Joys Just Won’t Wait”, New York Times:
      My favorite tulips this year are viridifloras, tall, late varieties flamed with green: Spring Green is snow white with green flames and a touch of yellow; Flaming Spring Green is green and white, fired with red; Viri-lemon is primrose yellow and apple green.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. dinnah
  2. duzzen
  3. foah
  4. understayand