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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-15 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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82752 tokens ‧ 59607 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8129 types ‧ 47 (~ 0.578%) words before cleaning ‧ 40 (~ 0.492%) accepted words

2009-01-15[edit]

  1. antiblack
    • 2009 January 15, Sarah Kershaw, “Talk About Race? Relax, It’s O.K.”, New York Times:
      The unpublished study found that the answers revealed little evidence of antiblack bias, in sharp contrast to many earlier studies (including one by Dr. Plant) showing that roughly 80 percent of whites have some degree of bias.
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  2. antipsychotics
    • 2009 January 15, Benedict Carey And Roni Caryn Rabin, “Study Finds Drug Risks With Newer Antipsychotics”, New York Times:
      The popular drugs known as atypical antipsychotics, prescribed for an array of conditions, including schizophrenia , autism and dementia , double patients’ risk of dying from sudden heart failure , a study has found.
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  3. ballgoers
    • 2009 January 15, Eric Wilson, “The Capital Plays ‘Hide the Label’”, New York Times:
      In the lobby of the Mandarin Oriental hotel, Ralph Lauren is chasing after ballgoers with a boutique selling cuff links and offering the services of a “Ralph Lauren bow tie butler.
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  4. blocklike
    • 2009 January 15, Alastair Macaulay, “Tilting at Windmills, but Not at Traditions, in Performance From Maryinsky”, New York Times:
      The Act II Vision scene is so painterly a conception of an autumn glade that it rightly wins a burst of applause on first view; but then the dim, tall, blocklike shadows behind the trees make it start to look, weirdly, as if this were Central Park as painted by Vuillard.
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  5. brushback
  6. clicky
    • 2009 January 15, David Pogue, “Tech Shows, and Writers, Uninspired”, New York Times:
      There’s a slide-out thumb keyboard, and it has a wonderful, rubberized clicky feel; you can pop the battery out yourself (the phone is smaller but thicker than the iPhone); and yes, there’s copy and paste.
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  7. coincidently
    • 2009 January 15, Harvey Araton, “New York City Point Guards Aren’t Passing Muster”, New York Times:
      “I don’t really have an explanation for it,” said Jackson, who coincidently believes “the state of the point guard position is at an all-time low,” with few who truly fit the job description and more who think shoot first and pass second.
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  8. counterstereotypical
    • 2009 January 15, Sarah Kershaw, “Talk About Race? Relax, It’s O.K.”, New York Times:
      “All this exposure to this very counterstereotypical African-American has actually changed — at least temporarily — what is on the tip of the tongue,” said E. Ashby Plant, a psychologist at Florida State University and an author of a new study examining the impact of Mr.
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  9. crashingly
  10. earloop
  11. ecosophy
    • 2009 January 15, William Grimes, “Arne Naess, Norwegian Philosopher, Dies at 96”, New York Times:
      His ideas on ecology and ecosophy were developed in numerous books and articles, notably “Freedom, Emotion and Self-Subsistence” (1975), “Ecology, Community and Lifestyle” (1989) and “Life’s Philosophy: Reason and Feeling in a Deeper World” (2002).
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  12. exclusionary
    • 2009 January 15, Adam Liptak, “Supreme Court Eases Limits on Evidence”, New York Times:
      The 5-to-4 decision revealed competing conceptions of the exclusionary rule, which requires the suppression of some evidence obtained through police misconduct, and suggested that the court’s commitment to the rule was fragile.
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  13. flicky
  14. hyperefficient
  15. lavalike
    • 2009 January 15, Carol Vogel, “Major Gift of Art Pottery to Adorn Met’s Restyled American Wing”, New York Times:
      � He recalled that his early purchase of the white rabbit plate led him to the work of Hugh Cornwall Robertson, the Massachusetts founder of Dedham Pottery, whose heavy drip vases with colorful, lavalike glazes reminded him of the thick paint applied by Abstract Expressionist artists.
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  16. liposuctions
    • 2009 January 15, Camille Sweeney, “Seeking Self-Esteem Through Surgery”, New York Times:
      This includes even more controversial procedures: liposuctions rose to 9,295 from 2,504, and breast augmentations increased nearly sixfold, to 7,882 from 1,326.
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  17. literalize
  18. minimodules
    • 2009 January 15, David Pogue, “Tech Shows, and Writers, Uninspired”, New York Times:
      Yahoo , for example, announced deals with TV makers to build in Yahoo widgets — minimodules that show weather, stock prices, sports scores and other kinds of canned Internet data.
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  19. misdefense
  20. misunderestimation
    • 2009 January 15, Gail Collins, “He’s Leaving. Really.”, New York Times:
      This is not the first time our president has worried about misunderestimation, so it’s fair to regard this not as a slip of the tongue, but as something the president of the United States thinks is a word.
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  21. multifactored
    • 2009 January 15, Adam Liptak, “Supreme Court Eases Limits on Evidence”, New York Times:
      That, Justice Breyer said, “is far easier for the courts to administer that the chief justice’s case-by-case, multifactored inquiry into the degree of police culpability.
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  22. mushiest
  23. noncitizens
    • 2009 January 15, Nina Bernstein, “No Hard Sign of Reverse Migration”, New York Times:
      But though anecdotal evidence suggests that some noncitizens are leaving states that have enacted particularly tough laws intended to curb illegal immigration , the report said, initially, at least, their destinations are probably within the United States.
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  24. nongadget
    • 2009 January 15, Azadeh Ensha, “Streams Video, Has Wi-Fi and Is Suitable for Framing”, New York Times:
      Of course, if your walls are already covered with nongadget art, the BD-P4600 also comes with an integrated stand so you can — yawn — place your player on a table.
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  25. nonoverlapping
  26. nonroster
    • 2009 January 15, Tyler Kepner, “Berroa and Duncan Among Invitees to Yankees’ Camp”, New York Times:
      The veterans Ángel Berroa, Kevin Cash, Jason Johnson, Todd Linden and John Rodriguez were among the 20 nonroster players invited to the Yankees ’ spring training camp, the team announced Wednesday.
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  27. otoplasty
    • 2009 January 15, Camille Sweeney, “Seeking Self-Esteem Through Surgery”, New York Times:
      The most frequent procedure, otoplasty, or ear reshaping, costs an average of $3,000, while rhinoplasty costs $4,500, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
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  28. paraxylene
  29. prefigurings
  30. psyop
    • 2009 January 15, Cintra Wilson, “All’s Fair in Beauty and War”, New York Times:
      The psyop wing of Disney’s marketing department is now so hair-raisingly effective that we can only wonder what will become of little girls imprinted so deeply with such cultish brand devotion.
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  31. remonetization
  32. semiforcing
  33. snapshooter
    • 2009 January 15, Rik Fairlie, “A Digital Camera for Those Who Like Instant Gratification”, New York Times:
      The Polaroid film cameras may be dead, but you can still have instant photos with the company’s new PoGo Instant Digital Camera, a compact snapshooter with a built-in printer that lets you capture and immediately print 2-by-3-inch images.
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  34. superlong
  35. supervirility
  36. swanning
    • 2009 January 15, Cintra Wilson, “All’s Fair in Beauty and War”, New York Times:
      At one party, no less than three unrelated infants were sporting rhinestone tiaras and swanning around imperiously in puffy-sleeved, officially sanctioned Disney princess costumes, complete with cameo portraits on the sternum of the child’s princess-ego of choice: Cinderella, Snow White, etc.
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  37. unforgivingly
    • 2009 January 15, Cintra Wilson, “All’s Fair in Beauty and War”, New York Times:
      After Touche-ing one side of my face, I was positioned before a row of unforgivingly lighted mirrors.
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  38. unstacked
  39. updo
    • 2009 January 15, David Segal And Alison Leigh Cowan, “Madoffs Shared Much, but How Much?”, New York Times:
      Ruthie Alpern, as she was then known, was a poised and chatty blonde with an updo and a winning smile.
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  40. uveitis

Sequestered[edit]

  1. pico -> only in pico projector
    • 2009 January 15, David Pogue, “Tech Shows, and Writers, Uninspired”, New York Times:
      Pocket pico projectors, touch screens, wireless charging and netbooks (tiny, underpowered laptops for Web surfing and e-mail).
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