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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-17 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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2009-06-17[edit]

  1. aws
    • 2009 June 17, Randal C. Archibold, “Election at a Draw, Arizona Town Cuts a Deck”, New York Times:
      Mr. McGuire, 64, a retired science teacher and two-term incumbent on the Town Council, selected a card, the six of hearts, drawing approving oos and aws from his supporters.
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  2. cabrioles *
    • 2009 June 17, Alastair Macaulay, “When an Earthbound Lad Meets His Winged Sylph”, New York Times:
      The cabrioles, in which she beat her legs together behind her in the air, were especially miraculous, and (as in “Giselle,” in which she made her first Ballet Theater appearance on Saturday night) the feathery circlings of one foot (in ronds de jambe sautés) made the air quiver.
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  3. cementlike
  4. chuka *
  5. circlings
    • 2009 June 17, Alastair Macaulay, “When an Earthbound Lad Meets His Winged Sylph”, New York Times:
      The cabrioles, in which she beat her legs together behind her in the air, were especially miraculous, and (as in “Giselle,” in which she made her first Ballet Theater appearance on Saturday night) the feathery circlings of one foot (in ronds de jambe sautés) made the air quiver.
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  6. fashionwise
    • 2009 June 17, Bruce Weber, “Selma Weiser, Boutique Innovator, Dies at 84”, New York Times:
      “If, during the nineteen-eighties, you wanted your clothes to indicate that you were a) in the know, fashionwise; b) a bit of an intellectual; and c) not afraid of wearing unfinished seams or jackets turned inside out, or other things that might, if not worn with sufficient élan, look like fashion disasters, then you shopped at Charivari,” Rebecca Mead wrote in The New Yorker in 1999, lamenting the company’s declaration of bankruptcy.
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  7. gazellelike
  8. guydom
    • 2009 June 17, Maureen Dowd, “Hold the Fries”, New York Times:
      He ordered himself a cheeseburger and fries and, in an extravagant attempt to prove his meaty regular guydom, brought back $80 worth of burgers and fries in a greasy bag for White House staffers.
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  9. hoong
    • 2009 June 17, Julia Moskin, “A Touch of Asia, Tangy and Hot”, New York Times:
      After extensive consultation with the tam mak hoong (literally, pounded papaya) subcommittee, 20 contestants were given the core ingredients: shredded papaya, fresh and dried chili peppers, cherry and plum tomatoes, limes, garlic, salt, sugar and MSG (“a secret weapon that many people use,” he said).
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  10. inauthenticities
  11. incentivization
  12. iran
  13. laab
  14. larb
    • 2009 June 17, Julia Moskin, “A Touch of Asia, Tangy and Hot”, New York Times:
      “We never get tired of eating larb, 24 hours a day,” she said. Ms. Bellhouse’s “we” refers to the people of Isan, a rural section of Thailand where she grew up, and where her parents still grow purple, jasmine and sticky varieties of rice.
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  15. nonpitching
    • 2009 June 17, The Associated Press, “Acta Stays Calm as Nationals Fade”, New York Times:
      Royals reliever Kyle Farnsworth needed four stitches in his left, nonpitching, hand after being bitten while trying to break up a fight between his two bulldogs.
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  16. overcollection
  17. pegloticase
  18. pestos
    • 2009 June 17, Melissa Clark, “Resistance Is Futile, Sweet Pea”, New York Times:
      Locanda Verde’s chef, Andrew Carmellini, dressed his salad with two pestos, a Sicilian one made from sun-dried tomatoes , almonds and olive oil, and a regular basil pesto.
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  19. rebreak
  20. ronds *
    • 2009 June 17, Alastair Macaulay, “When an Earthbound Lad Meets His Winged Sylph”, New York Times:
      The cabrioles, in which she beat her legs together behind her in the air, were especially miraculous, and (as in “Giselle,” in which she made her first Ballet Theater appearance on Saturday night) the feathery circlings of one foot (in ronds de jambe sautés) made the air quiver.
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  21. salata *
  22. tophi
    • 2009 June 17, Andrew Pollack, “F.D.A. Panel Recommends Approval of a Gout Drug”, New York Times:
      A handful of gout patients testified that the drug had dissolved unsightly and disabling lumps on their bodies, called tophi, and allowed them to walk or use their hands again.
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  23. ultragenteel
    • 2009 June 17, Alastair Macaulay, “When an Earthbound Lad Meets His Winged Sylph”, New York Times:
      I am relieved that Effie and her fellow Scotswomen do not wear kilts (the mistake made by the majority of today’s “Sylphide” productions), but their empire-line dresses seem to have been purchased in Jane Austen ’s Bath, suggesting that this Scottish farmstead houses many more ultragenteel young ladies than we can really credit.
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  24. uricase
  25. vertebroplasty

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