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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-29 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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2009-01-29[edit]

  1. auctiongoers
    • 2009 January 29, Tim Mckeough, “An Auction With Training Wheels”, New York Times:
      The sale, which is intended to appeal to first-time auctiongoers, will offer recognizable pieces at reasonable prices, according to John Sollo, one of the company’s owners.
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  2. ayurvedic
    • 2009 January 29, David Colman, “Yoga and the Missing Boutique”, New York Times:
      Cameron Alborzian, a yogi, ayurvedic therapist and onetime model (seen in these pictures), used to teach at Integral Yoga and has seen guys show up in all kinds of stuff.
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  3. ayurvedically
    • 2009 January 29, David Colman, “Yoga and the Missing Boutique”, New York Times:
      But short of a yogamentalist, few men would wear giant palazzo pants made of 100 percent extra-organic sustainable cotton that has probably been put through the digestive tract of an ayurvedically certified elephant and bleached by pure Buddhist thought.
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  4. balletgoers
    • 2009 January 29, Alastair Macaulay, “Feast for the Eyes: A Balanchine-Robbins-Balanchine Sandwich”, New York Times:
      For decades, New York City Ballet ’s post-“Nutcracker” eight-week winter season has been such a fixture of this city’s life that it’s easy to take its central achievement for granted: it affords a tightly packed range of repertory that is the envy of balletgoers everywhere else across the planet.
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  5. berthe
    • 2009 January 29, Cathy Horyn, “In Paris, a Nod to Old Masters”, New York Times:
      The lines had the crispness of cut paper, and if the sharp shoulders, with a seam across the top, suggested the galactic, they were in fact based on a historical ladies cape called a berthe.
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  6. biomorphic
    • 2009 January 29, Penelope Green, “In a Manhattan Apartment, Back to the Future”, New York Times:
      Its biomorphic walls and accouterments, imagined with what was at the time advanced computer software and fashioned in part from molded fiberglass by the company that makes bobsleds for the Olympics, felt womblike and safe.
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  7. braidlike
    • 2009 January 29, Abby Aguirre, “From Low-Wage Jobs to a Dress-for-Success Tale”, New York Times:
      She was disheartened by her interviewer’s seeming preoccupation with her twisties, the braidlike strands into which she had styled her hair.
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  8. bulletlike
  9. cardio
  10. churchlike
    • 2009 January 29, Cintra Wilson, “These Jewels Look Smaller in France”, New York Times:
      This is a soft revolution, a break with the practice at American diamond stores, where shopping for engagement rings is a solemnized and somewhat stressfully churchlike experience of awe and trembling before the altar of massive debt.
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  11. confoundingly
    • 2009 January 29, Penelope Green, “In a Manhattan Apartment, Back to the Future”, New York Times:
      Ms. Waring opened one to show off Mr. Young’s handwriting, which is confoundingly illegible but looks meticulously drawn, like the readout from an electrocardiogram.
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  12. copyboy
  13. crosscourt
  14. feathermakers
    • 2009 January 29, Cathy Horyn, “In Paris, a Nod to Old Masters”, New York Times:
      THE economic crisis doesn’t really scare the people who still practice haute couture, that small, vanishing world of embroiderers, dyers and feathermakers who serve the imagination of the few remaining couturiers.
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  15. flangelike
  16. fripperous
    • 2009 January 29, Cintra Wilson, “These Jewels Look Smaller in France”, New York Times:
      Expansion was its plan, and it stuck to it, despite grim projections casting long shadows over the fripperous world of luxury.
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  17. groundstrokes
    • 2009 January 29, Christopher Clarey, “Williams Is on Doorstep of Title and Top Ranking”, New York Times:
      Dementieva, a longtime member of Williams’s chase pack, had been peaking, winning 15 matches in a row with her improved serve and remarkable groundstrokes.
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  18. hyperwealth
    • 2009 January 29, Ben White, “What Red Ink? Wall Street Paid Hefty Bonuses”, New York Times:
      Granted, New York’s bankers and brokers are far poorer than they were in 2006, when record deals, and the record profits they generated, ushered in an era of Wall Street hyperwealth.
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  19. listservs
    • 2009 January 29, Jennifer Medina, “Backers of Mayoral School Control Face Resistance”, New York Times:
      Rather than producing flashy television spots, it has placed simple ads on Web sites of news organizations and urbanbaby.com , and tried to spread its positions by posting on education and community listservs and blogs.
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  20. microbeads
    • 2009 January 29, Terry Trucco, “When My Wrinkles Hit the Pillow ...”, New York Times:
      “The microbeads release the aloe when they’re crushed by the weight of your body,” said Edwin Shoffner, the vice president of sales for Park Place, which uses aloe vera ticking on a high-end visco memory foam mattress, priced from $1,499 for a queen set.
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  21. moabi
    • 2009 January 29, Daniel J. Wakin, “Musicians Hear Heaven in Tully Hall’s New Sound”, New York Times:
      The inside walls are sheathed in an amber-colored veneer about the thickness of two sheets of paper, cut from a single log of an African moabi tree.
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  22. neurofeedback
  23. noncash
    • 2009 January 29, Richard PÉRez-PeÑA, “Times Co. Results Reflect Ad Slump”, New York Times:
      For the year, the company lost $57.8 million, after taking more than $300 million in noncash charges.
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  24. nonsale
    • 2009 January 29, Marianne Rohrlich, “The Retailers’ View”, New York Times:
      Customers who made purchases at Moss’s recent sale, held in a rented space around the corner, were given a card entitling them to a 15 percent discount on nonsale items in the store that are $500 or more, and items left over from the sale are being sold online as “Web specials,” Mr. Getchell said, which “is very odd for us — we never did it before.”
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  25. preowned
    • 2009 January 29, Alan Feuer, “Luxury Quarters, Preowned, Big Markdown”, New York Times:
      There are certain things, it could be said, that are tough to sell preowned: dentures, bras and mattresses among them.
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  26. prerenovation
  27. shirtdress
  28. stalkerlike
    • 2009 January 29, Cintra Wilson, “These Jewels Look Smaller in France”, New York Times:
      Or, for the true sociopath with all her Ponzi schemes successfully laundered and offshore, there is the Tellement Fou de Toi line (rings, $10,690), representing insane, stalkerlike love and gems so large they can be worn only in Texas.
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  29. stressfully
    • 2009 January 29, Cintra Wilson, “These Jewels Look Smaller in France”, New York Times:
      This is a soft revolution, a break with the practice at American diamond stores, where shopping for engagement rings is a solemnized and somewhat stressfully churchlike experience of awe and trembling before the altar of massive debt.
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  30. suburbanize
  31. suedelike
    • 2009 January 29, Daniel J. Wakin, “Musicians Hear Heaven in Tully Hall’s New Sound”, New York Times:
      Gray suedelike fabric covers the seats, which have the same generous leg room demanded by Alice Tully, a former opera singer who became a major musical philanthropist and paid for the original hall.
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  32. superchancellor
    • 2009 January 29, Elissa Gootman, “Klein Implores Legislators to Reduce Cuts to Schools”, New York Times:
      Mr. Farrell, a Manhattan Democrat, suggested a new position, which he described as “subchancellor or superchancellor or uberchancellor,” to ensure two distinct voices.
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  33. swagged
    • 2009 January 29, Cathy Horyn, “In Paris, a Nod to Old Masters”, New York Times:
      Dior wouldn’t be Dior without the swagged ball gown, but while they were beautiful, with delicate vines of embroidery — there was more surprise and contemporary charm in slim satin cocktail dresses with open necklines, a dollop of draping and a half-hidden corset.
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  34. tearless
    • 2009 January 29, John Updike, “Requiem”, New York Times:
      Instead, a shrug and tearless eyes
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  35. twisties
    • 2009 January 29, Abby Aguirre, “From Low-Wage Jobs to a Dress-for-Success Tale”, New York Times:
      She was disheartened by her interviewer’s seeming preoccupation with her twisties, the braidlike strands into which she had styled her hair.
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  36. unfriendings
  37. visco
    • 2009 January 29, Terry Trucco, “When My Wrinkles Hit the Pillow ...”, New York Times:
      “The microbeads release the aloe when they’re crushed by the weight of your body,” said Edwin Shoffner, the vice president of sales for Park Place, which uses aloe vera ticking on a high-end visco memory foam mattress, priced from $1,499 for a queen set.
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  38. yogacentric
    • 2009 January 29, David Colman, “Yoga and the Missing Boutique”, New York Times:
      “We do try to give things a street appeal,” said Beaver Theodosakis, the founder of prAna, one of the largest yogacentric outfitters.
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  39. yogamentalist
    • 2009 January 29, David Colman, “Yoga and the Missing Boutique”, New York Times:
      But short of a yogamentalist, few men would wear giant palazzo pants made of 100 percent extra-organic sustainable cotton that has probably been put through the digestive tract of an ayurvedically certified elephant and bleached by pure Buddhist thought.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. pickins
    • 2009 January 29, David Colman, “Yoga and the Missing Boutique”, New York Times:
      “It’s slim pickins in the men’s yoga world,” said Karyn Riale, the national retail buyer for Pure Yoga, the new Equinox yoga studio.
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