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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-23 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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77269 tokens ‧ 56907 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7877 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.292%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-06-23[edit]

  1. antibleeding
  2. antichoice
  3. brandwagon
  4. competitional
  5. downtempo
    • 2008 June 23, Ben Ratliff, “JVC Jazz Festival in Review”, New York Times:
      The music used ebb-and-flow vamps, a little boilerplate rhythmically but with shrewd harmony; the mentholated music sounded like electric Miles Davis meeting James Brown ’s backup group in the early ’70s, and a bit like the European downtempo electronic music it inspired in the early ’80s.
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  6. euthanization
    • 2008 June 23, Joe Drape, “Big Brown’s Owners Say Stable Will Go Steroid Free”, New York Times:
      It was the on-track euthanization of the filly Eight Belles after she finished second in the Derby, and Dutrow’s admission that he injected Big Brown with the anabolic steroid Winstrol, that have fueled the Congressional and public scrutiny of horse racing.
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  7. hitists
  8. intrabuilding
    • 2008 June 23, Susan Dominus, “Uniting Neighbors, in Fun and Sorrow”, New York Times:
      But those were substatutes of Ms. Hyams’s code for apartment life, which mostly celebrated and mandated intrabuilding socializing. Ms. Hyams, the doting owner of a gray poodle (“she wore it like a brooch,” said one neighbor), organized pet play dates on her floor.
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  9. latitudinarian
    • 2008 June 23, William Kristol, “Someone Else’s Alex”, New York Times:
      And I’m of the latitudinarian school when it comes to campaign discourse; politics is supposed to be rough and ready.
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  10. metasearch
    • 2008 June 23, Dan Mitchell, “Once an Internet Giant, InfoSpace Dismantles Itself”, New York Times:
      He also said the metasearch niche was a “very profitable business,” but when InfoSpace reported a net profit for 2007, the sale of assets made the difference.
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  11. narcomulas
  12. nonfeline
    • 2008 June 23, “Madagascar in the Lion House”, New York Times:
      But these are living dioramas, inhabited by dozens of creatures and plants from that African island, including radiated tortoises, several kinds of lemur and the fossa, a predator that is both feline and strangely nonfeline at the same time.
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  13. nonrevenue
    • 2008 June 23, William C. Rhoden, “Old World Lesson for the New N.B.A.”, New York Times:
      The coach receives adulation, the university receives tournament money, the nonrevenue sports receive funding.
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  14. organlike
    • 2008 June 23, James R. Oestreich, “Going Back to Bruckner for a Formidable Finale”, New York Times:
      Conducting without a score, as usual, Mr. Maazel showed complete command and, less typical for him, total involvement at every moment, and the orchestra responded with superb execution and the exquisite balances needed to achieve those full-throated, organlike sonorities in climaxes.
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  15. outsang
  16. reinvestigation
    • 2008 June 23, Benjamin Weiser, “Doubting Case, a Prosecutor Helped the Defense”, New York Times:
      In 2002, in spectacular fashion, his office recommended dismissing the convictions of five men in the attack on a jogger in Central Park, after its reinvestigation showed that another man had acted alone.
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  17. substatutes
    • 2008 June 23, Susan Dominus, “Uniting Neighbors, in Fun and Sorrow”, New York Times:
      But those were substatutes of Ms. Hyams’s code for apartment life, which mostly celebrated and mandated intrabuilding socializing. Ms. Hyams, the doting owner of a gray poodle (“she wore it like a brooch,” said one neighbor), organized pet play dates on her floor.
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  18. townfolk
  19. tribalisms
    • 2008 June 23, Dinitia Smith, “Old Battles Are Burnished by Time”, New York Times:
      Sebastian Barry’s subject is the history of his native land, Ireland, in the early part of the 20th century, with its shifting allegiances, its barbarous tribalisms and its long-remembered slights.
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  20. triiodobenzoic
    • 2008 June 23, Jeremy Pearce, “Arthur Galston, Agent Orange Researcher, Is Dead at 88”, New York Times:
      In the 1940s, at the University of Illinois , he had experimented with a plant growth regulator, triiodobenzoic acid, and found that it could induce soybeans to flower and grow more rapidly.
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  21. yelpy

Sequestered[edit]

  1. buh *