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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-06 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-06).

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2009-02-06[edit]

  1. accordionlike
    • 2009 February 6, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      HÉCTOR DEL CURTO’S ETERNAL TANGO ORCHESTRA (Monday) Héctor del Curto plays the bandoneón, an accordionlike instrument heard in the tangos of his native Argentina.
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  2. backlighted
    • 2009 February 6, Miguel Helft, “Google and Amazon to Put More Books on Cellphones”, New York Times:
      While mobile phones are good for quick access to reading material, their backlighted screens are “terrible for long-form reading,” said Evan Schnittman, vice president for global business development at Oxford University Press.
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  3. candylike
  4. clomifene
    • 2009 February 6, Roni Caryn Rabin, “Fertility Drugs and Ovarian Cancer Not Linked, Study Says”, New York Times:
      Medical records were used to analyze the relative incidence of ovarian cancer in women who had taken either gonadotropins, clomifene citrate, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) or gonadotropin-releasing hormone, compared with ovarian cancer rates of women who had not taken each of the individual drugs (but may have been treated with one of the other medications).
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  5. clomiphene
    • 2009 February 6, Roni Caryn Rabin, “Fertility Drugs and Ovarian Cancer Not Linked, Study Says”, New York Times:
      The only statistically significant increase was seen in an analysis looking at different types of ovarian cancer tumors ; in that analysis, women who had taken clomiphene citrate had a 67 percent increase in serous ovarian cancer tumors.
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  6. clothbound
    • 2009 February 6, Eve M. Kahn, “Dear Amish Diary: After Floods, Made a Quilt”, New York Times:
      “Our Dear son Dannie died this morning at 10 minutes after 8 o’clock,” Samuel and Annie Esh wrote as the May 31, 1912, entry in their teenage son’s worn clothbound diary.
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  7. cloverlike
    • 2009 February 6, Michael Barbaro, “In New York City, an Aromatic Mystery Solved”, New York Times:
      The city revealed on Thursday that the culprit was the seeds of fenugreek, a cloverlike plant, which are used to produce fragrances at a factory across the Hudson River in North Bergen, N.J. It turned out that the city had never given up trying to determine the aroma’s origin.
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  8. cluelessly
  9. consigner
    • 2009 February 6, Eve M. Kahn, “Dear Amish Diary: After Floods, Made a Quilt”, New York Times:
      The consigner, Mr. Spohn added, is “an Ohio collector who is not Amish but has had a strong interest in Amish culture for decades.
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  10. daybooks
    • 2009 February 6, Eve M. Kahn, “Dear Amish Diary: After Floods, Made a Quilt”, New York Times:
      A dozen bidders, mostly Amish, spent about $3,000 for all the lots, which ranged from 1850s daybooks and medicine and dessert recipes by one Christian Lantz Fisher ($130) to Sarah King’s 1930s-1990s annotations ($25) that the Horst catalog summarizes as “weather, company for supper, visiting, quilting, baking, household chores, stitching rose chair cushions, painting door stops.”
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  11. desmoplastic
  12. dishonesties
    • 2009 February 6, George Gene Gustines, “Scott Pilgrim Heads South, Bringing His Creator”, New York Times:
      Publishers Weekly has praised the new book as capturing “both the genuine intimacies and serial dishonesties of young love”; salon.com said that the series “keeps getting funnier and more incisive” and that “some members of his cast don’t have to do much more than show up to get laughs.”
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  13. fraktur
    • 2009 February 6, Eve M. Kahn, “Dear Amish Diary: After Floods, Made a Quilt”, New York Times:
      Meticulous diary keeping, however, “has been a fairly common practice since at least 1800,” said John Parmer, a historian in Akron, near Ephrata, who is writing a book about the Amish fraktur tradition of writing and illuminating family trees and religious manuscripts.
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  14. gonadotropins
    • 2009 February 6, Roni Caryn Rabin, “Fertility Drugs and Ovarian Cancer Not Linked, Study Says”, New York Times:
      Medical records were used to analyze the relative incidence of ovarian cancer in women who had taken either gonadotropins, clomifene citrate, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) or gonadotropin-releasing hormone, compared with ovarian cancer rates of women who had not taken each of the individual drugs (but may have been treated with one of the other medications).
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  15. hydroengineering
    • 2009 February 6, Sharon Lafraniere, “Possible Link Between Dam and China Quake”, New York Times:
      “The earthquake research community outside and inside China has widely accepted the notion that the May 12 Wenchuan earthquake was a huge natural disaster caused by massive crustal movement, because no reservoir triggered-quake with a magnitude eight has ever occurred in history,” said Pan Jiazheng, an expert in hydroengineering, according to a translation published by Probe International.
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  16. illusionistic
  17. megabuck
  18. menschlike
  19. multiweek
    • 2009 February 6, Stephen Regenold, “Working Away in Crested Butte”, New York Times:
      Each year, Mr. Dimmock, who works in currency trading for Merrill Lynch , comes to Crested Butte for multiweek getaways.
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  20. noncampaign
    • 2009 February 6, David Carr, “Delicately Campaigning for a Star Now Departed”, New York Times:
      Sasha Stone, who blogs at Awards Daily (awardsdaily.com ) and has been a ferocious advocate for “The Dark Knight,” said she thinks the noncampaign campaign has been effective.
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  21. nondurable
  22. nonmandated
    • 2009 February 6, Julie Bosman, “Budget Cuts Imperil Guardian Program for Elderly and Disabled”, New York Times:
      Over all, the Paterson administration said it would cut $68 million in nonmandated preventive services by 2011 — a rounding error for a state facing a $15 billion deficit, but real to the staff and clients of programs like the Guardianship Project.
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  23. nonmusical
  24. overcommercialized
  25. overprocessed
    • 2009 February 6, Karen Rosenberg, “Roadside Reflections on Your Land, My Land”, New York Times:
      In one group of photographs taken in New Orleans in 2004-5 (before Katrina), a woman sitting on a stoop hunches over a takeout container of fried food; her frizzled, overprocessed hair is the same color as her lunch.
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  26. pingingly
  27. postpartisan
    • 2009 February 6, David Brooks, “The Gang System”, New York Times:
      If nurtured and used creatively, they can be the lever by which Obama transforms the landscape of government and creates a broad postpartisan coalition.
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  28. postpartisanship
    • 2009 February 6, David Brooks, “The Gang System”, New York Times:
      But there’s no way that Obama, who spent two years campaigning on postpartisan politics, can reject the single biggest manifestation of postpartisanship in the country today.
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  29. prebuilt
  30. primitivist
    • 2009 February 6, Ben Sisario, “Lux Interior, 62, Singer in the Punk-Rock Era, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      As connoisseurs of seemingly all forms of trashy pop culture from the 1950s and ’60s — ranging from ghoulish comic books to Z-grade horror films to the rawest garage rock — they developed a sound that mixed the menace of rockabilly’s primitivist fringe with dark psychedelia and the blunt simplicity of punk.
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  31. reharmonized
    • 2009 February 6, Ben Ratliff, “Variations on Monk, Chopin and DeBarge”, New York Times:
      Verdi made his appearance through a reharmonized version of the ominous “Fate” motif from the overture to “La Forza del Destino.”
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  32. screenprints
    • 2009 February 6, Carol Vogel, “Company’s Fortunes Change, and the Whitney Benefits”, New York Times:
      Altria also gave the Whitney three 1965 Warhol screenprints of Jacqueline Kennedy at different historic moments — “Jackie I,” “Jackie II” and “Jackie III” — that were included in the portfolio “11 Pop Artists,” that was published a year later.
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  33. slackerish
    • 2009 February 6, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Whether severely attenuated or slyly voluptuous, it has its own style — a combination of understated bravado, brinksmanship and delicacy that amounts to a slackerish cosmopolitanism.
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  34. studiolo *
  35. supportiveness
    • 2009 February 6, Dwight Garner, “The End Is Near! Now the Good News: It Could Be Groovy”, New York Times:
      Unlike the penis, which is given to occasional action, the testicles’ function of producing, storing, and conserving harks to male Yin qualities like patience, steadfastness, supportiveness, solidity, stability, reliability, and resourcefulness.”
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  36. tiebreaking
    • 2009 February 6, The Associated Press, “Panthers End Isles’ Four-Game Winning Streak”, New York Times:
      AVALANCHE 3, STARS 2 Cody McLeod scored the tiebreaking goal with seven minutes left, and host Colorado snapped Dallas five-game winning streak.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. corsucating (typo/scanno for coruscating)