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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-08 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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2009-06-08[edit]

  1. courter
  2. hokiness
    • 2009 June 8, James R. Oestreich, “Tale of Love and Death Along the Fabled Silk Road”, New York Times:
      And if, as Mr. Ma rightly said, hybridization can lead to creativity, it can also lead to hokiness at times, and there was a touch of that in what remained of the orchestration here.
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  3. loucheness
    • 2009 June 8, Simon Winchester, “Lands of Erotic Fantasy and Their Complex Reality”, New York Times:
      Tales of the odalisque, the harem, the seraglio, the concubine, the geisha and the Kama Sutra have all become combined in the past century or so into a sweetly perfumed mélange of exoticism and eroticism, presenting “the Orient” as a realm of languor and loucheness, where concupiscent curds run in the streets and nostalgie de la boue is perfectly de rigueur.
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  4. microfills
    • 2009 June 8, Ben Ratliff, “Handling Sneaky Rhythms as Singer or Bandleader”, New York Times:
      With the rhythm section sneaking accents in between the beats and Mr. Gilmore playing microfills all over the place, it was the best kind of borrowing from hip-hop’s rhythmic flow. Ms. Parlato’s singing sailed over it, an example of benign control.
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  5. nonnews
    • 2009 June 8, Campbell Robertson, “In Iraq, Colbert Does His Shtick for the Troops”, New York Times:
      It’s the first time in the history of the U.S.O. that a full-length nonnews show has been filmed, edited and broadcast from a combat zone.
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  6. nostalgie *
    • 2009 June 8, Simon Winchester, “Lands of Erotic Fantasy and Their Complex Reality”, New York Times:
      Tales of the odalisque, the harem, the seraglio, the concubine, the geisha and the Kama Sutra have all become combined in the past century or so into a sweetly perfumed mélange of exoticism and eroticism, presenting “the Orient” as a realm of languor and loucheness, where concupiscent curds run in the streets and nostalgie de la boue is perfectly de rigueur.
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  7. principalists
    • 2009 June 8, Robert F. Worth, “In Iran, Harsh Talk as Election Nears”, New York Times:
      “The principalists have shown to the people what serving the people really means,” he said, using a word he prefers to “fundamentalists.”
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  8. smartbook

Sequestered[edit]

  1. boue = nostalgie de la boue
    • 2009 June 8, Simon Winchester, “Lands of Erotic Fantasy and Their Complex Reality”, New York Times:
      Tales of the odalisque, the harem, the seraglio, the concubine, the geisha and the Kama Sutra have all become combined in the past century or so into a sweetly perfumed mélange of exoticism and eroticism, presenting “the Orient” as a realm of languor and loucheness, where concupiscent curds run in the streets and nostalgie de la boue is perfectly de rigueur.
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  2. changess = changes