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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-03 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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65146 tokens ‧ 48186 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7329 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.164%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-03[edit]

  1. discomfitingly
  2. fizziness
    • 2009 August 3, David Carr, “10 Years Ago, an Omen No One Saw”, New York Times:
      With coveted writers commanding $5 for every typed word into magazines that were stuffed to the brim with advertising, there was a fizziness, some would say recklessness, in the air.
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  3. gers *
    • 2009 August 3, Dan Levin, “Genghis Khan Rules Mongolia Again, in a P.R. Campaign”, New York Times:
      Still unfinished are plans for a complex of 200 gers, or round felt tents, which will house sleeping quarters for visitors, restaurants and gift shops, all arranged in the pattern of the horse seal used by 13th-century Mongol tribes.
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  4. pashalike
    • 2009 August 3, David Carr, “10 Years Ago, an Omen No One Saw”, New York Times:
      Partygoers took boats from Manhattan to the home of the Statue of Liberty to plop pashalike on pillows and blankets and munch on lamb chops while Macy Gray sang, their faces illuminated with multicolored Chinese lanterns and fireworks curated and narrated by George Plimpton .
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  5. radiographical
  6. superwealth
    • 2009 August 3, Kirk Johnson, “Once a Place of Hope, Now a Source of Tension”, New York Times:
      The 6.5 acres that the ranch sits on, just outside downtown Aspen, was donated in 1994 and is now immensely valuable in this enclave of superwealth.
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  7. swimsuited
    • 2009 August 3, Patrick Mcgeehan, “In Counting the Crowds, It’s All About the Visuals”, New York Times:
      That was too large a sea of swimsuited humanity for Tiffany Schiulaz, 16, and Jen Costa, 17, students from the Bronx who were considering a retreat from Orchard Beach.
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  8. wayne *
    • 2009 August 3, Jon Caramanica, “Pop Phenomenon, and Chairman of His Board”, New York Times:
      By then someone had given his wounded knee its own Twitter account (twitter.com/drakesknee ), with a slew of hilarious mock-Drake rhymes: “woke in a daze bright lights feelin weaker/feelin like wayne put oil on my sneakers.”
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  9. yukked
    • 2009 August 3, Alan Schwarz, “At World Series of Baseball Trivia, No Casual Fans”, New York Times:
      (This provided some levity on Saturday night when the trivia moderator yukked that several SABR folks roomed with Jim Creighton on the 1860 Brooklyn Excelsiors.)
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. feelin
    • 2009 August 3, Jon Caramanica, “Pop Phenomenon, and Chairman of His Board”, New York Times:
      By then someone had given his wounded knee its own Twitter account (twitter.com/drakesknee ), with a slew of hilarious mock-Drake rhymes: “woke in a daze bright lights feelin weaker/feelin like wayne put oil on my sneakers.”
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  2. huisha
    • 2009 August 3, Charles Mcgrath, “Cramming a Lot Into a Youthful Literary Life”, New York Times:
      He even studied Swahili, from which a proverb creeps into the new novel: “Furahi ya nyani huisha jangwani,” or, “The happiness of the monkey ends in the desert.”
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  3. nyani
    • 2009 August 3, Charles Mcgrath, “Cramming a Lot Into a Youthful Literary Life”, New York Times:
      He even studied Swahili, from which a proverb creeps into the new novel: “Furahi ya nyani huisha jangwani,” or, “The happiness of the monkey ends in the desert.”
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