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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-11 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

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2009-02-11[edit]

  1. barytonist
  2. creamless
  3. dairyless
    • 2009 February 11, Melissa Clark, “Third Time’s the Charm, Valentine”, New York Times:
      There were several dairyless hot chocolate concoctions, rich with spices like anise and cinnamon, even dried rosebuds.
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  4. drospirenone
    • 2009 February 11, Natasha Singer, “A Birth Control Pill That Promised Too Much”, New York Times:
      But Yaz contains drospirenone, a progestin that can cause excess potassium production in some patients, its side effects include an increased risk of serious heart and other health problems.
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  5. encebollado
    • 2009 February 11, Leslie Kaufman, “For Dinner (and Fast), the Taste of Home”, New York Times:
      And for Sundays, after a night spent entertaining friends at home, she prepares a briny, squid-infused version of encebollado, a soup popular in Ecuador’s coastal regions.
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  6. experimentalism
  7. falanghina
    • 2009 February 11, Eric Asimov, “Italian Unknowns, From $10 to $20”, New York Times:
      The Campania region in southern Italy is now a source for consistently good whites, like a 2007 from Ocone, made from the falanghina grape, which offered delicious smoky, citrus flavors.
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  8. frappato
    • 2009 February 11, Eric Asimov, “Italian Unknowns, From $10 to $20”, New York Times:
      This wine blends the fresh liveliness of the frappato grape with the deeper, plusher flavors of the nero d’Avola for a combination that is bright and spicy.
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  9. guatita
  10. hedgehoglike
  11. hyperrational
    • 2009 February 11, David Leonhardt, “To Spend or to Save? Trick Question”, New York Times:
      While other economists obsessed over statistical models that treated people as hyperrational automatons, Keynes wrote about “animal spirits.”
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  12. kashkaval
    • 2009 February 11, Florence Fabricant, “Istanbul Cafe Opens on West Side”, New York Times:
      It also serves panini made with kashkaval cheese and spicy Turkish sausage ($3.95 to $6.95), and huge baked potatoes topped with a magic carpet of ingredients ($9.95), both of which, Mr. Camcioglu said, are sold in storefronts around Taksim Square in Istanbul.
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  13. lambrusco *
  14. manti *
    • 2009 February 11, Florence Fabricant, “Istanbul Cafe Opens on West Side”, New York Times:
      In addition to savory stuffed phyllo ($5.95), syrup-drenched pastries ($3.95 to $5.95), platters of kebabs ($10.95 to $12.95), tender manti dumplings in yogurt sauce ($10.95) and Turkish coffee and tea ($1.25 to $3), the kilim-covered furniture ($299 and up) is also being sold.
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  15. midconstruction
    • 2009 February 11, Steve Friess, “Tower Rising in Las Vegas but Now, Not So High”, New York Times:
      Architectural experts say they cannot recall such a drastic midconstruction downscaling, especially of a building designed by a marquee architect, in this case Norman Foster .
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  16. momo *
    • 2009 February 11, Leslie Kaufman, “For Dinner (and Fast), the Taste of Home”, New York Times:
      Some continue to make momo — a steamed dumpling traditionally stuffed with yak meat and served in a hot meat broth — from scratch, although the process can take as long as two hours.
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  17. muscadine
  18. nebbiolo *
  19. nonfoxy
  20. nonstar
  21. partitas
    • 2009 February 11, Allan Kozinn, “Peering Into Complex Cloud Formations and Finding Sunshine”, New York Times:
      An overtly tonal work with a gentle melodic core, the piece draws on melodic and rhythmic figures that seem to allude, however unspecifically, to passages in Bach’s unaccompanied sonatas and partitas.
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  22. physiatrist
    • 2009 February 11, Pam Belluck, “In New Procedure, Artificial Arm Listens to Brain”, New York Times:
      Since it was pioneered in 2001 by Todd Kuiken, a physiatrist and biomedical engineer at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, it has been performed on about 30 people in the United States, Canada and Europe, including eight soldiers injured in Iraq or Afghanistan.
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  23. pinole
    • 2009 February 11, Melissa Clark, “Third Time’s the Charm, Valentine”, New York Times:
      But all of them also called for obscure ingredients — whole cacao beans and a toasted corn flour called pinole, for example.
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  24. prebuilding
    • 2009 February 11, J. Alex Tarquinio, “Rents Falling in New York’s Garment District”, New York Times:
      This time, they are taking steps to make the building more attractive to the apparel industry, in part by prebuilding fashion showrooms.
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  25. puli *
    • 2009 February 11, Katie Thomas, “10-Year-Old Spaniel Completes Comeback”, New York Times:
      Other dogs competing in Best in Show were a standard poodle, a Scottish terrier, a puli, a Brussels griffon and a Scottish deerhound.
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  26. reinnervation
    • 2009 February 11, Pam Belluck, “In New Procedure, Artificial Arm Listens to Brain”, New York Times:
      And while the reinnervation technique does not require regulatory approval because it is done with surgery and existing devices, it has limitations that even its creator acknowledges, including that it is not possible for every patient, is costly, and takes months for the rewired nerves to grow and become effective.
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  27. retenant
    • 2009 February 11, J. Alex Tarquinio, “Rents Falling in New York’s Garment District”, New York Times:
      Once that was complete, “we weren’t going to retenant the building with apparel companies,” said Brian S. Waterman, a principal at Newmark Knight Frank, who is the leasing agent for both of the buildings.
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  28. semifreddo *
    • 2009 February 11, Julia Moskin, “Peanut Scare Hits Dessert Menu”, New York Times:
      In recent weeks, Gramercy Tavern’s peanut butter semifreddo, Dovetail’s peanut butter praline tart and Jean Georges’s peanut butter-grape jelly bonbons have all spent time on hiatus, as pastry chefs scrambled to find peanuts and peanut butter that were definitely safe from salmonella contamination.
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  29. syrupier
    • 2009 February 11, Robbie Brown, “A Southern Twist: Tea-Infused Vodka”, New York Times:
      The vodka preys on the South’s famous weakness for sweet drinks, particularly sweet tea, the icier, sugarier, syrupier cousin of regular tea.
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  30. tortes
    • 2009 February 11, Melissa Clark, “Third Time’s the Charm, Valentine”, New York Times:
      Anything you crave, I promised — chocolate tortes, chocolate truffles, raspberry tarts, nut-filled heart-shaped cookies with powdered sugar.
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  31. underseasoned
    • 2009 February 11, Edward Schneider, “Mutton Chops in Paris”, New York Times:
      Well, while we had great fun, the cooking was inconsistent — fabulous old-fashioned snails in herb/garlic butter; some other things a little underseasoned and a little overcooked.
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  32. undiversified
    • 2009 February 11, Paul Wilmott, “Bonus Babies”, New York Times:
      And, crucially, they are all betting on heads on the same toss of the same unbiased coin — it doesn’t get more undiversified than that.
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  33. unsellable
    • 2009 February 11, Edmund L. Andrews, “Bailout Plan: $2.5 Trillion and a Strong U.S. Hand”, New York Times:
      Basic questions about how the various parts of the program would work, especially those involving the unsellable mortgages that banks are holding and preventing home foreclosures, were left for another day.
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  34. weaselly
    • 2009 February 11, Maureen Dowd, “Trillion Dollar Baby”, New York Times:
      There’s a weaselly feel to the plan, a sense that tough decisions were postponed even as President Obama warns about our “perfect storm of financial problems.”
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. ribolla *
    • 2009 February 11, Eric Asimov, “Italian Unknowns, From $10 to $20”, New York Times:
      Wines from the ribolla gialla grape, grown in the Collio region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, can be lively and electrifying.
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