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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-12-31 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  • Total recognized tokens: 68611
  • Total valid lowercase tokens: 51476
  • Total unique types: 7319
  • Initial new-word count (before removal of lemma duplicates, typos, etc.): 63 (~0.861%)

2008-12-31[edit]

  1. bruschette
    Along with the pork blade steak ($17), bruschette with braised black cabbage and pork sausage ($7), and deep-fried lamb sausage wrapped in sage leaves ($7) rise far above the glorified sandwiches and snacks at many wine bars.
  2. camelina
    30 using a fuel based on the camelina oilseed.
  3. campmates
    He condescends to his campmates and dispenses advice to the various members of the family: Les should be careful about his accent when singing, Boo Boo needs to practice her handwriting, Walt his manners, and so on.
  4. carnitas
    Gorditas with requesón ($5 for two), and the torta ahogada ($7.50), a sandwich with crisp, juicy chunks of carnitas, covered with a red sauce of chiles de arból are worthy of passion.
  5. celebratedly
    “I’d be obscenely fat, yes,” one thinks, “but I’d be celebratedly obscenely fat.
  6. chiles
    Gorditas with requesón ($5 for two), and the torta ahogada ($7.50), a sandwich with crisp, juicy chunks of carnitas, covered with a red sauce of chiles de arból are worthy of passion.
  7. doneness
    Guanciale and egg ($12) is just that: a mozzarella pizza strewn with crisp-cooked pieces of housemade guanciale and an egg cooked to a slightly runny doneness.
  8. duchesse
    But the experienced hands, including mothers like the duchesse who made their own debuts in society in this very ballroom, could see the subtle difference in the layout of the hall.
  9. fava
    The crostini with walnut pesto or with fava beans and sheep’s milk ricotta ($5) trawl the confluence of Italian soul and finger food.
  10. gorger
    He is routinely cited as the foremost eater of the Gilded Age, a serial multicourse gorger (the word “trencherman” always seems to come up) whose excesses were endearing rather than vulgar — or, at the very least, endearingly vulgar.
  11. guanciale
    Guanciale and egg ($12) is just that: a mozzarella pizza strewn with crisp-cooked pieces of housemade guanciale and an egg cooked to a slightly runny doneness.
  12. housemade
    Guanciale and egg ($12) is just that: a mozzarella pizza strewn with crisp-cooked pieces of housemade guanciale and an egg cooked to a slightly runny doneness.
  13. intercompany
    It has since sold many of its core assets but is still working to unwind thousands of derivatives, open trades and intercompany transactions.
  14. jointness
    Other militaries, Israel’s for example, practice jointness across the board.
  15. macaron
    More recently, Pierre Hermé, the Parisian pastry chef known for his experimentation, invented a salted caramel macaron that inspired a small cult among American food professionals in the late 1990s.
  16. manzanilla
    Drink a fino or manzanilla as an aperitif.
  17. midswing
    Framed photographs on a nightstand capture him in midswing.
  18. multimedal
    In the case of Abdul-Razzaq, 21 and a multimedal winner in Pan-Arab competitions, it seemed to Hagen that exclusion from the Olympic 100 meters would have been excessively cruel.
  19. multiskilled
    D’Antoni has often gushed about Diaw, the multiskilled big man who played three seasons for D’Antoni in Phoenix.
  20. multispecies
    Here we find the original breakfast roll-call (“beefsteak, a few chops, eggs, flapjacks, fried potatoes, hominy”), the prolonged multispecies banquets (“terrapin, oysters, crabs, lobsters, shrimp, or frog’s legs,” followed by “saddles of lamb, veal mutton, venison, or antelope; or else turkey, goose, or capon”), and a shore dinner where Brady ate “everything that was set before him — to the sixth and seventh helping.
  21. nonjail
    “Given that Ben-Ami Kadish is 85 years old, and that the events in question happened from 25 to 30 years ago, we are heartened that the government, as they said in court, agreed not to oppose or object to a nonjail sentence,” said Jack Litman, his lawyer, after Mr.
  22. overconsumption
    On the one hand, we are told that our overconsumption is polluting and cluttering up the earth with garbage, using up resources and showing insensitivity to all the needy people in the world.
  23. overeater
    Could it be that Brady was a gastronomical fraud — a garden-variety overeater whose feats have been exaggerated?
  24. paellas
    Eight paellas ($21 to $23 a person) dispel many paella misconceptions.
  25. pirogis
    Expertly cooked hanger steak with spicy kimchi pirogis ($20) overachieves.
  26. pizzoccheri
    1 stick butter ( 1/4 pound) 4 fresh sage leaves 1 clove garlic, peeled and smashed 1 medium potato, peeled and thinly sliced 1 small head Savoy cabbage, trimmed and thinly sliced 1/2 pound flat, broad buckwheat noodles (pizzoccheri) or whole wheat noodles 1 cup fontina Val d’Aosta (or other good semisoft) cheese , grated 1 cup Parmesan, grated Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 cups homemade bread crumbs.
  27. poblanos
    Tacos (most $2.50) taste resoundingly good, especially those with rajas, strips of mild roasted poblanos swaddled in thick cream, and grilled pescado zarandeado, a very welcome addition to New York’s fish-taco landscape.
  28. postarrest
    On Tuesday, he broke his postarrest seclusion, arrogantly strutting forth to announce that he has chosen Roland Burris, a former Illinois attorney general, for the job.
  29. postconflict
    But the State Department also must develop more capacity for conflict prevention and for postconflict reconstruction.
  30. rajas
    Tacos (most $2.50) taste resoundingly good, especially those with rajas, strips of mild roasted poblanos swaddled in thick cream, and grilled pescado zarandeado, a very welcome addition to New York’s fish-taco landscape.
  31. rantings
    Blagojevich shows every sign of feeding off the chaos he has created through his crass rantings about his appointment power.
  32. riesling
    “Sherry is like riesling was in the ’90s, which also had to outgrow misconceptions,” said Roger Kugler, the wine director for the Spanish restaurants Boqueria and Suba in Manhattan.
  33. sandies
    A soft pretzel with grilled Texas sausages ($8); pecan sandies with butterscotch pudding ($6); and salty, picnic-ready buttermilk fried chicken and biscuits ($17) that ought to be in the Biscuit Museum are the kind of cooking that should be getting more serious attention in New York.
  34. semisoft
    1 stick butter ( 1/4 pound) 4 fresh sage leaves 1 clove garlic, peeled and smashed 1 medium potato, peeled and thinly sliced 1 small head Savoy cabbage, trimmed and thinly sliced 1/2 pound flat, broad buckwheat noodles (pizzoccheri) or whole wheat noodles 1 cup fontina Val d’Aosta (or other good semisoft) cheese , grated 1 cup Parmesan, grated Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 cups homemade bread crumbs.
  35. snowmakers
    “We’re not going to have snowmakers at the game,” Collins said.
  36. soffrito
    One’s made with squid ink, and a meat paella gets an earthy kick from a mushroom soffrito and a spicy kick from thick coins of chorizo.
  37. speechmaker
    Burris, a soft-spoken, never flowery speechmaker, seemed an unlikely person to be in this moment.
  38. subcamp
    Rosenblat was a prisoner at a subcamp of the infamous Buchenwald.
  39. subscores
    It is in the students’ best interest to send all scores, these officials say, because their practice is to combine the highest subscores from all of the score reports.
  40. thermidor
    Featured dishes include turtle soup, lobster thermidor, steamship roast of beef and woodcocks.
  41. torta
    Gorditas with requesón ($5 for two), and the torta ahogada ($7.50), a sandwich with crisp, juicy chunks of carnitas, covered with a red sauce of chiles de arból are worthy of passion.
  42. trendsetting
    It has highlighted her favored Chicago designer, Maria Pinto, whom it compares to Oleg Cassini, a designer made famous by another trendsetting first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy (who later became another Mrs.
  43. unbigoted
    The letter concludes with an extraordinary annotated list of books Seymour would like sent to him — a lifetime of reading for most people, but in his case merely the books he needs to get through the next six weeks: “Any unbigoted or bigoted books on God or merely religion, as written by persons whose last names begin with any letter after H; to stay on the safe side, please include H itself, though I think I have mostly exhausted it.
  44. unpresidential
    Homeowners with satellite dishes have for decades stumbled across “raw feeds” — footage that networks transmit but don’t broadcast — and the 1992 documentary “Feed” gathered intercepted shots of presidential candidates acting decidedly unpresidential before or after appearances on television.
  45. unsummarizable
    “Hapworth,” to summarize the unsummarizable, is a letter — or rather a transcription of a letter — 25,000 words, written in haste, by the 7-year old Seymour Glass, away at summer camp, to his parents, the long-suffering ex-vaudevillians Les and Bessie, and his siblings Walt, Waker and Boo Boo, back in New York.
  46. wagyu
    Both wagyu and grass-fed beef were frequently used.

Sequestered[edit]

  1. akamaru
    The akamaru modern ramen ($13) builds on the template to make a bowl of noodle soup about as good as any in the city.
  2. tonkotsu
    The purest expression of tonkotsu ramen, the richest style of this noodle soup, made with pork.