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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-17 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-19).

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  1. audios
    • 2009 April 17, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Others wryly illustrate appropriated audios, like instructions for quacking like a duck or a letter from an angry airline passenger.
  2. bolombatto
    • 2009 April 17, The New York Times, “Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      He is performing here with his Symmetric Orchestra, an ensemble of West African musicians who play both traditional instruments (kora, balafon, bolombatto, djembe) and slightly more contemporary ones (guitars, keyboards).
  3. boothmate
    • 2009 April 17, Richard Sandomir, “Madden Puts End to Career in the Booth”, New York Times:
      Al Michaels, his boothmate at ABC for four seasons at “Monday Night Football” and at NBC for three, said by telephone: “I thought maybe a year ago, he would step away after the Super Bowl.
  4. canzon
    • 2009 April 17, Anthony Tommasini, “To Get to Carnegie Hall? Try Out on YouTube”, New York Times:
      So there was everything from a Renaissance canzon for brass by Gabrieli to a new, hard-driving piece for orchestra and electronica by Mason Bates.
  5. choralelike
  6. cyberorganization
  7. cyberprograms
    • 2009 April 17, James Risen, “Control of Cybersecurity Becomes Divisive Issue”, New York Times:
      “There is a tremendous amount of expertise at N.S.A.,” said Amit Yoran, the former director of the cybersecurity division of the Homeland Security Department, “but I also agree that it would be a significant detriment to the nation to let the N.S.A. be the lead agency running cyberprograms.
  8. drudgeries
    • 2009 April 17, Ginia Bellafante, “Embattled School Where No Joke Is Left Behind”, New York Times:
      The show is part of Fox’s Sunday night animation lineup, where “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” do an entirely more imaginative, irrepressible job of ferreting out the drudgeries and provincialism of middle-class life.
  9. encoffineer
    • 2009 April 17, Stephen Holden, “A Leaner Film Festival Raises the Bar”, New York Times:
      This sentimental comedy tells the story of a cellist who moves from Tokyo back to his hometown to take a job as an encoffineer (someone who ritually prepares corpses for cremation) after his orchestra is suddenly shut down.
  10. gambing
    • 2009 April 17, Stephen Holden, “A Leaner Film Festival Raises the Bar”, New York Times:
      A blue-collar couple with a 12-year-old son who live on the outskirts of the gambing mecca are approached by a polite young man claiming to be a Marine newly returned from Iraq.
  11. intramurals
  12. newsabout
  13. phenomenons
    • 2009 April 17, Brian Stelter, “Deal Brings TV Shows and Movies to YouTube”, New York Times:
      “Twitter and Facebook are entirely new phenomenons, and it’s still not clear if they are going to be Darwinian survivors.”
  14. restabilization
  15. scoffingly
    • 2009 April 17, Alessandra Stanley, “Decline and Fall, in Genteel Style”, New York Times:
      (Little Edie scoffingly refers to East Hampton as a “mean, nasty, Republican town,” but doesn’t recite the documentary’s most famous phrase, “They can get you for wearing red shoes on a Thursday.” )
  16. tamsulosin
    • 2009 April 17, Stephanie Clifford, “F.D.A. Rules on Drug Ads Sow Confusion as Applied to Web”, New York Times:
      Another solution companies are using is to include the brand name and generic name, but to remove any mention of what the product treats, which results in ads like, “Flomax® (tamsulosin HCl) Capsules, 0.4 mg - Official Site for Important Product Information.”
  17. thaumatrope
    • 2009 April 17, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      Workshop materials fees: $10 for animation; $5 for thaumatrope.
  18. truelove
    • 2009 April 17, Holland Cotter, “J. P. Morgan’s Shopaholic Approach to Art Collecting Gets an Update”, New York Times:
      The gem among the new arrivals is an early-16th-century French prayer book made for, and possibly commissioned by, Claude de France, wife of François I. Smaller than a BlackBerry and sweetly illustrated, it is open to an image of the Holy Trinity framed by a truelove knot, François’s signature emblem.
  19. uncurbable
  20. unfulfillment
    • 2009 April 17, Alessandra Stanley, “Decline and Fall, in Genteel Style”, New York Times:
      Both actresses artfully trace the arc of their characters’ unfulfillment. Ms. Lange weaves some of Big Edie’s youthful charm into the gnarled narcissism of old age; even as a young and stunning debutante, Ms. Barrymore’s Little Edie is flecked with a hint of the jangly unsteadiness of her later life.
  21. weimaraners
    • 2009 April 17, “Snuggled Into Sand”, New York Times:
      We have two weimaraners, and being a morning person, Donal takes them out to walk and run on the sand.


  1. agreementthat = agreement that
    • 2009 April 17, Danny Hakim, “Obama Adviser Said to Be Tied to Pension Deal”, New York Times:
      Soon afterward, GT Brands Holdings, a company owned by one of Quadrangle’s private equity funds, made a deal to acquire the DVD distribution rights to “Chooch,” an agreementthat made the film’s producers nearly $90,000.