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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-19 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-19).

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2009-02-19[edit]

  1. backswept
    • 2009 February 19, Ruth La Ferla, “Sculpturing Strands”, New York Times:
      “I love to be backstage and in the background,” she said as she slicked a dab of pomade into the model’s backswept hair.
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  2. chameleonic
    • 2009 February 19, Stephen Holden, “Toughening Up Some Tunes”, New York Times:
      As she revealed the full size of her chameleonic voice, you had the sense of a performer heaving a cathartic sigh of relief.
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  3. cocottes *
    • 2009 February 19, Ruth La Ferla, “Sculpturing Strands”, New York Times:
      For John Galliano, she created the aqua-tinted corkscrew curls that turned his models into 18th-century cocottes, and for Jean Paul Gaultier she once topped a cluster of unruly curls with a miniature galleon.
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  4. composter
    • 2009 February 19, Tim Mckeough, “All Shades of Green”, New York Times:
      Ms. Fehrenbacher also liked the NatureMill, a small indoor composter made of recycled and recyclable polypropylene that converts food waste into fertilizer for houseplants and gardens.
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  5. composters
  6. cybersphere
    • 2009 February 19, Guy Trebay, “Troubling Signs Around the Shows”, New York Times:
      Who would be first to record the very latest and most supercrucial bit of subtrivia to transmit to “friends” in the cybersphere?
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  7. financings
    • 2009 February 19, Mary Williams Walsh, “MBIA Plans to Spin Off Municipal Bond Unit”, New York Times:
      Eric R. Dinallo , the New York State insurance superintendent, called those proportions “fair to all policyholders — the bank counterparties and other policyholders of the structured financings, and the owners and issuers of municipal bonds.”
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  8. flopsy
    • 2009 February 19, Mike Albo, “Dressed to Impress, With a Southern Drawl”, New York Times:
      They had flopsy hair, tucked their frayed tailored trousers into their boots, carried flasks in their moleskin blazers and never looked as if they were trying too hard.
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  9. gangsterish
    • 2009 February 19, Ruth La Ferla, “Sculpturing Strands”, New York Times:
      Ms. Gilbert has been known to create gangsterish gel-slicked styles that play fast and loose with conventional notions of gender; she has styled demure ponytails and nape-length cuts that were mussed variations on a Louise Brooks bob.
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  10. gymorexic
    • 2009 February 19, Mike Albo, “Dressed to Impress, With a Southern Drawl”, New York Times:
      A pullover sweater was oddly cropped short ($350), and a military-style ribbed crew-neck shirt in a beautiful sage color ($88, on sale for $36) had an uncomfortably tight upper body, as if it were tailored for a VH1 reality dating-show candidate to show off his gymorexic body.
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  11. kangas *
    • 2009 February 19, Eric Wilson, “Instant Messaging in Swahili”, New York Times:
      He commissioned about 1,000 pieces, chopping up fabrics from his textile collection so that each piece would be original, made from one or two kangas, which are similar in shape to a sarong.
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  12. linebacking
    • 2009 February 19, Bruce Weber, “Former Giants Linebacker Brad Van Pelt Dies at 57”, New York Times:
      By then he and another hard-working but little-rewarded player, Brian Kelley, had been joined in the linebacking corps by Harry Carson and Lawrence Taylor , and together they were the strength of the team.
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  13. monstrousness
    • 2009 February 19, Roberta Smith, “A Year in a Cage: A Life Shrunk to Expand Art”, New York Times:
      Instead, with Classical precision and unquestionable monstrousness, he expanded his art until it fully occupied, consumed and suspended his life.
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  14. nonadvertising
  15. overcorrected
    • 2009 February 19, Matthew L. Wald, “Recreating a Plane Crash”, New York Times:
      By using information from the flight data and cockpit voice recorders, the so-called black boxes, to create a computer animation of the final seconds of Continental Connection Flight 3407, investigators are theorizing that after the automatic system lowered the nose of the plane to generate speed, the cockpit crew may have overcorrected, yanking back on the yoke to raise the nose and pointing it too high, said the person, who was not authorized to speak for publication.
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  16. subtrivia
    • 2009 February 19, Guy Trebay, “Troubling Signs Around the Shows”, New York Times:
      Who would be first to record the very latest and most supercrucial bit of subtrivia to transmit to “friends” in the cybersphere?
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  17. supercrucial
    • 2009 February 19, Guy Trebay, “Troubling Signs Around the Shows”, New York Times:
      Who would be first to record the very latest and most supercrucial bit of subtrivia to transmit to “friends” in the cybersphere?
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  18. tillandsias
    • 2009 February 19, Stephen Orr, “A Breath of Fresh Greenery”, New York Times:
      In the lobby of the Bardessono hotel, which recently opened in Napa Valley, four alcove panels are filled with epiphytic air plants (tillandsias) simply clipped onto metal rods.
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  19. urawaza
    • 2009 February 19, Paul Boutin, “Low-Tech Fixes for High-Tech Problems”, New York Times:
      Popular urawaza include picking up broken glass from the kitchen floor with a slice of bread, or placing houseplants on a water-soaked diaper to keep them watered during a vacation trip.
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