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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-02 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: 78518
  • Total valid lowercase tokens: 57394
  • Total unique types: 8690
  • Initial new-word count (before removal of lemma duplicates, typos, etc.): 70 (~0.806%)

2009-01-02[edit]

  1. actorly
  2. adrenalized
  3. anticonsumerist
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      The exhibition includes crusty abstractions made of plaster and papier-mâché; ribald anticonsumerist collages; low-tech furniture and light sculptures; and, best of all, big, colorful, abstract works made of welded-together aluminum patches that mischievously subvert the monumental pretensions of conventional public sculpture.
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  4. backcourt
  5. beaklike
    • 2009 January 2, Roberta Smith, “Widely Known for Obscurity”, New York Times:
      The remaining works concentrate mostly on sketchy pictures of hairless creatures with elongated beaklike and sometimes trunklike noses.
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  6. buffoonlike
    • 2009 January 2, Wendy Moonan, “Nautical Pack Rat and Sea Dog in Chief”, New York Times:
      Chinese potters copied prints from Europe on the plates that depict buffoonlike Harlequin figures from the popular commedia dell’arte.
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  7. comparables
    • 2009 January 2, Fred A. Bernstein, “Catskill Home Prices: How Low Will They Go?”, New York Times:
      And the appraiser said he couldn’t come up with comparables, because there hadn’t been any sales nearby in several months.
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  8. compromiser
    • 2009 January 2, “Is Ken Salazar Too Nice?”, New York Times:
      The word on Ken Salazar, tapped by President-elect Barack Obama to run the Interior Department, is that he is friendly, approachable, a good listener, a genial compromiser and a skillful broker of deals.
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  9. eludes
  10. folklike
    • 2009 January 2, Amanda Petrusich Ben Sisario Jon Pareles, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Fortunately, Lucy Wainwright Roche sings and writes gentle, lapping, folklike songs, and her clear, steady voice feels like a beacon of sorts, slicing straight through the room.
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  11. fortepianist
    • 2009 January 2, Vivien Schweitzer Anthony Tommasini Allan Kozinn, “Classical Listings”, New York Times:
      (Anthony Tommasini) Classical Music AMERICAN CLASSICAL ORCHESTRA (Thursday) The inventive fortepianist Robert Levin is the soloist in a performance of Mozart ’s Piano Concerto No.
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  12. gentrifiers
    • 2009 January 2, Ben Sisario, “Out With the Knit, in With the Wine”, New York Times:
      This real-estate drama, however, has a twist: one of the area’s gentrifiers is a stylish new restaurant and performance space opened by Michael Dorf, the founder of the Knitting Factory.
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  13. goldless
    • 2009 January 2, Steve Friess, “A Nevada Town Escapes the Slump, Thanks to Gold”, New York Times:
      Two goldless counties bordering Lander, Nye and Pershing, had unemployment rates in November of 10.5 percent and 8 percent, respectively.
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  14. hypertalented
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Theater Listings: Jan. 2-8”, New York Times:
      But Brian d’Arcy James and the hypertalented Sutton Foster find a sweet, goofy chemistry as an ogre and a princess (2:30).
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  15. islandwide
  16. jigsawlike
    • 2009 January 2, Dennis Lim, “Journey of a Director, From Night Creature to Tender Time Traveler”, New York Times:
      In this detailed, jigsawlike procedural, which cracks open the unsolved case of the symbol-mad killer who taunted and terrorized the Bay Area in the late ’60s and early ’70s, the thrill and confusion of the chase gives way to the slow burn and the haunting clarity of defeat.
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  17. linemate
    • 2009 January 2, The Associated Press, “Fernandez and Bruins Extend Streaks”, New York Times:
      SABRES 4, MAPLE LEAFS 1 Jason Pominville and his linemate Derek Roy each scored two goals to help Buffalo win at Toronto.
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  18. lutelike
    • 2009 January 2, Allan Kozinn, “Reflecting on Peace in the Quiet Light of Song”, New York Times:
      And an African ensemble, with Kewulay Kamara narrating and Missia Sarah Dioubate singing to the accompaniment of the lutelike kora and percussion, offered “A Badenya Greeting: Being of One Mother.
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  19. midmajors
  20. neuropsychological
    • 2009 January 2, Alan Schwarz, “Roethlisberger’s Injury Highlights Nerve Center for Head Trauma”, New York Times:
      “Particularly Webster and Long, they played before there was neuropsychological testing, and all teams in the N.F.L., with concussions, kind of shook it off.
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  21. nightscapes
  22. noirish
  23. nonemergency
    • 2009 January 2, Michael Barbaro, “Workers Ordered to Give Up City-Owned Cars”, New York Times:
      City agencies must relinquish at least 10 percent, or about 685, of their 6,800 nonemergency vehicles by the end of March, according to the memo from Mayor Michael R.
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  24. nonexhibiting
  25. nonterrible
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      Astonishingly nonterrible, thanks to brisk direction by Seth Gordon and an above-average supporting cast that includes Sissy Spacek and Robert Duvall , rather improbably, as Mr. Vaughn’s diminutive parents.
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  26. pierogies
    • 2009 January 2, Dave Caldwell, “Winter Weekends”, New York Times:
      Or relax with a glass of wine at the Harvest Cafe Restaurant and Wine Bar (10 Main Street; 845-255-4205), featuring light lunches (soup, salad, wraps) and stick-to-the-rib dinners, like potato Cheddar pierogies and steak au poivre.
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  27. postcollege
    • 2009 January 2, “Should a College Degree Be Essential?”, New York Times:
      This would amount to a postcollege SAT, when the precollege SAT has enough problems.
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  28. precollege
    • 2009 January 2, “Should a College Degree Be Essential?”, New York Times:
      This would amount to a postcollege SAT, when the precollege SAT has enough problems.
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  29. premillennial
  30. premodern
    • 2009 January 2, Carol Vogel, “One Art Fair Is Canceled, but Others Vow to Proceed”, New York Times:
      He added that the market for premodern Japanese art took a big hit when the Japanese financial markets tumbled in 1991, but since then, unlike the costs of contemporary art, prices have remained fairly steady.
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  31. pulpiest
  32. reclines
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      In “Whisper” a woman speaks into the ear of another, who, naked, reclines with a beatific expression.
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  33. restaged
    • 2009 January 2, Roberta Smith, “Widely Known for Obscurity”, New York Times:
      (In 2006 the Wrong Gallery restaged this work at the Frieze Art Fair to much less outcry but with its disturbing questions intact.
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  34. reteams
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      Set in Amritsar, “Rab” reteams the director Aditya Chopra with Shahrukh Khan, Hindi cinema’s reigning superstar, and the two deftly and winningly blend comedy and melodrama.
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  35. semirural
    • 2009 January 2, Keith Mulvihill, “Blue Skies, a Small Town and a Big Lake”, New York Times:
      In Elephant Butte, the couple’s main criteria — temperate climate, a semirural location and affordability — were met.
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  36. sendups
    • 2009 January 2, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      ‘KIDS & YIDDISH: PUTTIN’ ON THE SCHMALTZ’ (Sunday) The Village People meet the Chosen People in this holiday revue by the National Yiddish Theater — Folksbiene, which combines sendups of popular culture with lighthearted instruction in Yiddish.
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  37. soapmaking
    • 2009 January 2, Dave Caldwell, “Winter Weekends”, New York Times:
      The Inn at Hudson (317 Allen Street; 518-822-9322; www.theinnathudson.com ; from $200) occupies a Dutch-Jacobean mansion designed for a soapmaking heir.
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  38. splendors
  39. trunklike
    • 2009 January 2, Roberta Smith, “Widely Known for Obscurity”, New York Times:
      The remaining works concentrate mostly on sketchy pictures of hairless creatures with elongated beaklike and sometimes trunklike noses.
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  40. unclassifiable
    • 2009 January 2, Ben Sisario, “Out With the Knit, in With the Wine”, New York Times:
      The Knitting Factory has been celebrating noise and eclecticism ever since it opened on East Houston Street in 1987, and in its earlier days the club gained renown as a defining stage for downtown music, that clamorous and unclassifiable New York amalgam of jazz, punk, art-rock and every kind of experimentation.
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  41. underpriced
  42. unremarkably
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      Cast in dark bronze and resembling Roman antiquities, Riccio’s small-scale statuettes, reliefs and oil lamps seem unremarkably modest at first.
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  43. unsilenceable
    • 2009 January 2, Amanda Petrusich Ben Sisario Jon Pareles, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      (Petrusich) ★ FEMI KUTI (Thursday) It may be impossible to replace Fela Anikulapo Kuti, the unsilenceable Nigerian dissident who was the patriarch of Afrobeat.
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  44. wackily
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      (Scott) ‘DOUBT’ (PG-13, 1:44) Adapted by John Patrick Shanley from his stage play, this drama about a Roman Catholic priest suspected of child molestation stars a tamped-down Philip Seymour Hoffman as the accused and an energetic, often wackily comic Meryl Streep as his accuser.
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  45. woodlike
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      A prime example is “Ragnarok,” with its scattering of airbrushed dots over a rough-textured, woodlike surface.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. antiblockbuster --> extremely rare, possibly only 2 uses in this sense
    • 2009 January 2, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      (Edward Rothstein) MUSEUM OF MODERN ART: ‘ VAN GOGH AND THE COLORS OF THE NIGHT’ This small, anomalous exhibition is a Van Gogh antiblockbuster with a seemingly counterintuitive theme, given the importance of the brilliant light of southern France to his art.
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  2. lifes -> only in "still lifes"