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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-21 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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74310 tokens ‧ 55003 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7581 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.211%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-06-21[edit]

  1. artificials
  2. compleatest
    • 2008 June 21, Peter Kaminsky, “Taking His Cue From the Fish”, New York Times:
      In making the transition from a doctrinaire flyrodder to an all-around big fish hunter on all kinds of tackle, Trevor Gowdy, became the compleatest (Izaak Walton’s rendering) angler I know.
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  3. flyfishing
    • 2008 June 21, Peter Kaminsky, “Taking His Cue From the Fish”, New York Times:
      Curt Gowdy bequeathed his passion, particularly flyfishing, to his sons Trevor and Curt Jr. on the marvelous trout streams of Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.
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  4. flyrod
    • 2008 June 21, Peter Kaminsky, “Taking His Cue From the Fish”, New York Times:
      Though the flyrod remains Gowdy’s preference, the best way to characterize his angling style these days is: whatever it takes to get the big ones, an approach he attributes to a chance encounter 10 years ago in a Chinese restaurant near his home at the time in North Andover, Mass.
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  5. flyrodder
    • 2008 June 21, Peter Kaminsky, “Taking His Cue From the Fish”, New York Times:
      In making the transition from a doctrinaire flyrodder to an all-around big fish hunter on all kinds of tackle, Trevor Gowdy, became the compleatest (Izaak Walton’s rendering) angler I know.
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  6. minirefrigerator
    • 2008 June 21, Rachel L. Swarns, “Rise in Renters Erasing Gains for Ownership”, New York Times:
       ” said Ms. Williams, who has cobbled together the semblance of a kitchen with a microwave, a minirefrigerator and an electric frying pan.
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  7. netters
    • 2008 June 21, Peter Kaminsky, “Taking His Cue From the Fish”, New York Times:
      But there is a moratorium on herring fishing, largely because commercial netters have depleted the stock.
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  8. nonpagans
  9. nonspecification
  10. nontourist
  11. payara
    • 2008 June 21, Peter Kaminsky, “Taking His Cue From the Fish”, New York Times:
      In his career as a producer and host of hunting and fishing shows for cable television, Trevor Gowdy has tangled with a wide range of trophy game fish, including 1,000-pound hammerheads in the Florida Keys, giant stingrays off the coast of Thailand and razor-toothed payara below Venezuela’s Uraima Falls.
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  12. pumpkinlike
    • 2008 June 21, Vivien Schweitzer, “An Opera’s Homecoming, in a Newly Restored House”, New York Times:
      Other decorative touches included a red broken head of a Trojan horse, a blood-smeared wall and a black Halloween pumpkinlike mask that filled with flames when Idamante slayed the monster.
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  13. spastically
    • 2008 June 21, Jon Caramanica, “R.E.M.: The Histories and Commentaries”, New York Times:
      Though he rarely tested himself vocally, Mr. Stipe still occasionally thrilled, moving spastically, his limbs bending in unexpected ways, and Mr. Mills and Mr. Buck were steady as ever.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. dumpsey
    • 2008 June 21, Gail Collins, “Vice Is Nice”, New York Times:
      When a Whig said “Tippecanoe and Tyler, too” Van Buren’s backers were supposed to say: “Rumpsey, dumpsey.
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  2. oversummary: should be over; parse error?