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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-03 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-03).

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2009-03-03[edit]

  1. allomother
  2. bangy
    • 2009 March 3, The New York Times, “Music in Review”, New York Times:
      But her performance of Beethoven’s Sonata No. 30 in E (whose finale includes Baroque references, like a fugato) at times sounded bangy, although there were lovely moments in the Andante.
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  3. cavemanlike
  4. disprovable
    • 2009 March 3, Alan Schwarz, “Errors Cast Doubt on Matt McCarthy’s Baseball Memoir”, New York Times:
      Out of baseball since that year and now living in Alexander City, Allen said last week that the more disparaging but less disprovable stories about him — crassly disparaging Kotchman, Dominican players and the Mormon citizens of Provo — were just as false.
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  5. fugato *
    • 2009 March 3, The New York Times, “Music in Review”, New York Times:
      But her performance of Beethoven’s Sonata No. 30 in E (whose finale includes Baroque references, like a fugato) at times sounded bangy, although there were lovely moments in the Andante.
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  6. hypersociality
    • 2009 March 3, Natalie Angier, “In a Helpless Baby, the Roots of Our Social Glue”, New York Times:
      “I’m not comfortable accepting this idea that the origins of hypersociality can be found in warfare, or that in-group amity arose in the interest of out-group enmity,” she said in a telephone interview.
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  7. kisaeng
    • 2009 March 3, Claudia La Rocco, “Currents of Desire, With an Assist From the Audience”, New York Times:
      These raw emotions and unpolished behaviors are placed against the seductive, perfected armor of the kisaeng, whose skill as the ultimate purveyors of fantasy is belied by the almost caustic loneliness threading through their poems.
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  8. nondeadly
    • 2009 March 3, Adam Liptak, “Supreme Court Enters the YouTube Era”, New York Times:
      Deputy Rackard’s lawyers, in an appeals court brief last year, said the use of “moderate nondeadly force in the face of spirited, though nonviolent, resistance was a reasonably proportionate response.”
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  9. overperform
    • 2009 March 3, Liz Robbins, “Teenagers With Souls of Poets Face Off”, New York Times:
      “A lot of times, especially when the kids get good,” he said, “they become amazing performers and they overperform.
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  10. phenelzine
  11. surefootedness
  12. transshipments
  13. upsetters
  14. woodshop
    • 2009 March 3, Winnie Hu, “Vo-Techs Are a New Elite, Local Districts Complain”, New York Times:
      When he visited, Mr. Jaye learned that New Jersey ’s vocational schools have evolved from their woodshop roots into powerhouse math and science magnets that rival the elite schools like Stuyvesant and routinely send graduates to the Ivy League .
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. chompensation
  2. freezed
    • 2009 March 3, George Vecsey, “One Night Only for Serves and Memories at the Garden”, New York Times:
      “This is my first time here,” Ivanovic said. “I was actually hoping it would snow because we always play in places where it’s very warm. So it’s fun also to get freezed a little bit."
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  3. peanutarium
  4. snaxi