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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-29 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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2008-06-29[edit]

  1. ambigendered
    • 2008 June 29, Celia Mcgee, “The Greeks Hoist the Dramatic Flag of Scotland”, New York Times:
      Mr. Cumming’s Dionysus in “The Bacchae” is conceived as a rock star, the rhythm-and-blues Maenads as his backup singers and groupies, and his feud with his cousin Pentheus, king of Thebes, as an encounter of the hedonistic, ambigendered, exotic Other, with “the fear of letting that into your culture,” Mr. Tiffany said.
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  2. antipluralist
    • 2008 June 29, David Frum, “Point of Origin”, New York Times:
      He hails women’s suffrage as progressive and damns immigration restriction as antipluralist and reactionary.
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  3. antipluralistic
    • 2008 June 29, David Frum, “Point of Origin”, New York Times:
      Lichtman’s thesis is embedded in his title: American conservatism should be seen as an ideology devoted above all to advancing “an antipluralistic ideal of America as a unified, white Protestant nation.”
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  4. backwoodsy
    • 2008 June 29, Peter Passell, “A City Slicker’s Urbane Makeover”, New York Times:
      Nor, by the same token, is it surprising that Nissan has a lot riding on the redesign of the Murano, one of the first crossovers to be marketed primarily as an urban antique-schlepping alternative to backwoodsy S.U.V.’s.
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  5. bromance
    • 2008 June 29, Melena Ryzik, “Brothers for Life”, New York Times:
      K., he was probably exaggerating a bit about the bromance.
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  6. contortionate
    • 2008 June 29, Steve Coates, “Reading Lolita in Moscow”, New York Times:
      So it’s hard not to be amused at Nina L. Khrushcheva’s contortionate attempts to recruit him as a sociopolitical figurehead for the land of his birth in her earnest and urgent “Imagining Nabokov: Russia Between Art and Politics.”
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  7. cortese *
    • 2008 June 29, Howard G. Goldberg, “One to Trust at a Raw Bar”, New York Times:
      The wine, named for the town of Gavi, comes from the little-known cortese grape.
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  8. counterstudies
    • 2008 June 29, Adam Liptak, “Gun Laws and Crime: A Complex Relationship”, New York Times:
      Then he wrote: “The upshot is a set of studies and counterstudies that, at most, could leave a judge uncertain about the proper policy conclusion.”
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  9. flimflammer
    • 2008 June 29, Louisa Thomas, “Violent Love”, New York Times:
      And “The Real McCoy” turned the story of the famous boxer Kid McCoy into the tall yet intimate tale of a flimflammer who slugged and conned his way to notoriety at the turn of the 20th century.
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  10. freestyles
    • 2008 June 29, Karen Crouse, “Wealth of Talent for Olympic Trials”, New York Times:
      They are joined by 19-year-old Katie Hoff, an individual medley specialist who will also try to make the team in the 100-, 200-, 400- and 800-meter freestyles, a range of proficiency rarely seen since Shirley Babashoff in the 1970s, and Ryan Lochte, a Floridian who feels a spiritual connection to the water and to the rapper Lil Wayne, and will challenge Phelps in both individual medley events.
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  11. fulminator
    • 2008 June 29, Frank Rich, “If Terrorists Rock the Vote in 2008”, New York Times:
      He and Mr. Obama also share the antipathy of James Dobson, the Focus on the Family fulminator so avidly courted by the Bush White House.
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  12. globality
    • 2008 June 29, William J. Holstein, “The American Multinational, Unbowed”, New York Times:
      They argue that globality is somehow different from globalization, the word that most commentators use to explain what’s happening to the world’s economy.
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  13. goalball
    • 2008 June 29, Andrew E. Kramer, “Athletes Disabled by Wars Lead Iraqi Team in World Games”, New York Times:
      And a blind athlete, Qasim Muttar, who was a promising player of goalball — soccer played with a ball that contains bells — died after being run over by an American convoy while crossing a street.
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  14. interfamilial
  15. jujubes
    • 2008 June 29, William Logan, “Urban Poet”, New York Times:
      Pearls, / harmonicas, jujubes, aspirins!”)
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  16. leanly
    • 2008 June 29, Andrew E. Kramer, “Athletes Disabled by Wars Lead Iraqi Team in World Games”, New York Times:
      Faraj Hasab Khudhair, Iraq’s star wheelchair fencer, lost a leg below the knee to a mortar shell in 1986. Mr. Khudhair, a fit, leanly muscled 41-year-old, said he ventured out during United States airstrikes in his Diyala Bridge neighborhood of Baghdad to get to training sessions.
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  17. librarylike
    • 2008 June 29, Dave Itzkoff, “Free to Follow His Heart Right Back to ‘Star Wars’”, New York Times:
      “I love making movies; I’m not the biggest fan of selling them,” he said, seated in the librarylike Lucasfilm boardroom, stocked with books about real-world military history and novels like “Quo Vadis.”
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  18. macrobiotically
    • 2008 June 29, Glynis Ann Ritchie, “Rescued by an Israeli Soldier”, New York Times:
      So I left Teach for America , moved home to be with my mother and prepare for my surgery, and transformed myself into a macrobiotically inclined housekeeper.
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  19. midmatch
  20. minimarket
    • 2008 June 29, Antoinette Martin, “Ambitions Expand at Canco Lofts”, New York Times:
      A separate powerhouse building adjacent to the complex will most likely be turned into a minimarket, he said, adding that two new condo buildings would then be built across Dey Street from Canco Lofts.
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  21. minitruck
    • 2008 June 29, Paul Duchene, “Part-Time Pickups Back From the Outback”, New York Times:
      Recent attempts to market practical part-time pickups in the United States — the Subaru Baja , for instance — and earlier minitruck efforts like the Rabbit-based Volkswagen Pickup and the Omni-based Dodge Rampage never fired buyers’ imagination.
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  22. motherlode
    • 2008 June 29, Virginia Heffernan, “The Oracle Collective”, New York Times:
      But starfishblues has deemed her question “resolved,” in Yahoo Answers parlance, because she hit the motherlode with an answer from Donnie Brasco.
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  23. multifamilies
  24. multilight
    • 2008 June 29, Christopher Gray, “Midday Havens, Lost to a Faster-Paced City”, New York Times:
      Indeed, at 13th Street the chain stuck close to the most conservative kind of modernism, with giant pilasters and multilight windows that would not have been out of place on a turn-of-the-century women’s club.
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  25. newsier
    • 2008 June 29, Michael Cooper, “For McCain, Airliner Interior as Campaign Motif”, New York Times:
      There were glimmers of the old bus style during daylong bus rides when, after the newsier queries were exhausted, Mr. McCain would discuss with reporters the story of Ray Bradbury ’s “Martian Chronicles” or the Korean War, or gossip about Senate colleagues or talk about his love of the group Abba .
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  26. nonadopting
    • 2008 June 29, Peggy Orenstein, “Stress Test”, New York Times:
      As early as 1949, a study of adoptive parents co-written by the infertility pioneer John Rock showed they conceived at the same rate as nonadopting infertile couples: around 10 percent.
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  27. nonlogical
    • 2008 June 29, William Logan, “Urban Poet”, New York Times:
      When Auden chose Ashbery’s first volume for the Yale Series of Younger Poets, he wrote O’Hara a thoughtful rejection, saying, “I think you (and John, too, for that matter) must watch what is always the great danger with any ‘surrealistic’ style, namely of confusing authentic nonlogical relations which arouse wonder with accidental ones which arouse mere surprise and in the end fatigue.”
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  28. nonpolitically
    • 2008 June 29, “The Air Force’s Tanker Mess”, New York Times:
      With the proper oversight in place, the bidding for the new tanker must start as quickly — and nonpolitically — as possible.
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  29. onliest
    • 2008 June 29, The Associated Press, “A Negro League Star Sees History Float Away”, New York Times:
      “I could hold my own against anybody, except Satch, maybe, and he was the onliest man that made a fool out of me,” Pennington said.
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  30. overtiring
    • 2008 June 29, Jeff Z. Klein, “Backup Goalie Leaves Isles for Russia”, New York Times:
      Islanders General Manager Garth Snow told Newsday that Dubielewicz had reported to training camp last fall out of shape, which forced the team to start DiPietro in 33 of the first 35 games, overtiring him.
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  31. postgraduation
    • 2008 June 29, “What Do Graduates Owe the World?”, New York Times:
      As a recent Harvard graduate about to start a job at a top consulting firm in Boston, I have to say that the notion that one’s career is determined by one’s immediate postgraduation employment is ridiculous.
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  32. preswim
    • 2008 June 29, Elizabeth Weil, “A Swimmer of a Certain Age”, New York Times:
      For Torres, the chore is far more elaborate, as her two stretchers work in tandem to contort and flex her body, in a 20-minute preswim version of the two-hour sequence they do three times a week at her home.
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  33. rashy
    • 2008 June 29, Virginia Heffernan, “The Oracle Collective”, New York Times:
      When I expand the same question I put to Ask — “What is this dry, rashy patch on my neck?”
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  34. rockish
    • 2008 June 29, Vincent M. Mallozzi, “A Peruvian Sound in a Brooklyn Bar”, New York Times:
      It was very groove- and dance-oriented, and at the same time it was very rockish and surfy.
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  35. sailcraft
    • 2008 June 29, George Johnson, “Eureka! Where Do I Cash the Check?”, New York Times:
      But a discussion paper published in 2006 by the Brookings Institution called for a much bigger commitment, with government prizes ranging from $15 million for an Earth-Moon solar sailcraft race to as much as $100 million a year for improvements in African agriculture. Mr. McCain’s own proposal for spurring development of alternative energy sources was foreshadowed by a bill introduced last year in Congress that would establish a prize for breakthroughs in the development of hydrogen power.
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  36. scholarliness
    • 2008 June 29, Virginia Heffernan, “The Oracle Collective”, New York Times:
      In discussions of Google, hypothetical queries always have the sheen of scholarliness.
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  37. semipartitioned
    • 2008 June 29, Caroline H. Dworin, “Ladders of Memory”, New York Times:
      The offices in back, honeycombed with semipartitioned cubicles of wood and glass, are a paragon of Collyer brothers’ pack-rattery.
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  38. slackerish
    • 2008 June 29, Karen Karbo, “Hair-Raiser”, New York Times:
      Our family was in this latter, slackerish category.
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  39. spokesmodels
  40. subduable
    • 2008 June 29, Virginia Heffernan, “The Oracle Collective”, New York Times:
      Not only does some anonymous smarty recognize a rash right away, and project absolute confidence about its being subduable, but outlaw_immortalz has bucked me up with his belief in the power of the people and emotional openness.
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  41. surfy
    • 2008 June 29, Vincent M. Mallozzi, “A Peruvian Sound in a Brooklyn Bar”, New York Times:
      It was very groove- and dance-oriented, and at the same time it was very rockish and surfy.
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  42. tanklike
    • 2008 June 29, Peter Passell, “A City Slicker’s Urbane Makeover”, New York Times:
      The 2009 model has the plush ride, tanklike isolation and high-above-the-crowd perch that the sport utility crowd has come to appreciate.
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  43. technocritics
    • 2008 June 29, Virginia Heffernan, “The Oracle Collective”, New York Times:
      In the mid-1990s, technocritics worried that using the Internet would be like “drinking from a firehose,” as Cliff Stoll put it.
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  44. unheeding
    • 2008 June 29, Sam Tanenhaus, “Summer and Smoke, an American Cauldron”, New York Times:
      In William Faulkner ’s fiction, the “ardent and unheeding sun” pours down mercilessly on parched country roads and backwoods hollows.
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  45. vogueing
    • 2008 June 29, “When Life’s a Mini-Ball”, New York Times:
      Correction: July 13, 2008 Because of an editing error, an article on June 29 about Dwayne Garner, a regular contestant in a weekly vogueing competition in the West Village, misstated the year when, at age 14, he first visited Greenwich Village.
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  46. wagonettes
  47. yeshivot
    • 2008 June 29, Adam Lebor, “Israel’s Identity Crisis”, New York Times:
      Avishai also mentions the Haredi communities, an Orthodox quasi state with its publicly financed education system and network of yeshivot adult religious seminaries.
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  1. celebribot
    • 2008 June 29, David Carr, “101 Secrets (and 9 Lives) of a Magazine Star”, New York Times:
      And, again, the mainstream has been sucked into the conversation, with morning shows and even CNN weighing in gravely when some celebribot tips over into dissolution.
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  2. dollyload
    • 2008 June 29, Caroline H. Dworin, “Ladders of Memory”, New York Times:
      At one end is a fish market where men in shabby overalls haul boxes of seafood off trucks by the dollyload; at the other, tourists and model types slink around bazaars and fine boutiques.
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  3. kalamata = kalamata olive
    • 2008 June 29, “The World Beats a Path”, New York Times:
      Among the entrees are skate sautéed with capers and white wine served with puréed potatoes and haricot verts; and oven-cooked rainbow trout with fresh herbs served with cauliflower, kalamata olives and fresh tomato sauce.
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  4. pseudobooks
    • 2008 June 29, Jack Shafer, “Huffington’s Post”, New York Times:
      When writing in this polemical mode, Huffington produces a better-researched version of one of those pseudobooks that ghostwriters create for presidential candidates who hope a book-length outline of their political agendas will attract voters.
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