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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-09 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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154394 tokens ‧ 110965 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 12078 types ‧ 52 (~ 0.431%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-09[edit]

  1. amarena *
  2. antihelicopter
  3. appetito *
  4. birthmother
  5. cobblestoned
    • 2009 August 9, Josh Barbanel, “No Need to Wear a Watch”, New York Times:
      The penthouse sits atop one of the tallest buildings in Dumbo, the cobblestoned neighborhood that in the 1980s sprang to life in a former industrial area between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.
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  6. concussively
    • 2009 August 9, Alan Feuer, “Preparing the Ponies for a Day at Saratoga”, New York Times:
      It begins in earnest after sunrise, when Saratoga’s backstretch has the feel of a summer camp before wake-up: The air is dense and humid, and everyone moves slowly, saddling the racers in the stables — sagging wooden structures that smell almost concussively of manure and hay.
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  7. dateable
    • 2009 August 9, Katherine Bindley, “Banker Seeks Beauty: Must Be Upbeat (Like the Economy)”, New York Times:
      Kathleen Reardon, 25, a production coordinator for Jones Apparel Group , said she noticed that Wall Street men seemed more stressed as a result of the economy but she never found them less dateable.
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  8. doodlings
    • 2009 August 9, Michael Shae, “Wilde’s Library”, New York Times:
      So the persistent researcher may still track down at least a few of Wilde’s own annotations and doodlings and wine stains and broken spines, parsing them for whatever they may reveal.
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  9. flexbook
  10. flexbooks
  11. gangkogui
    • 2009 August 9, Laban Carrick Hill, “The Two Faces of Ghana”, New York Times:
      A blacksmith worked a piece of iron over an open-air hearth; I picked up one of his earlier creations: a gangkogui, which is an elongated cowbell, the kind used as percussive accompaniment in drumming ceremonies.
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  12. hashtag
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      When a hashtag is included in a Twitter post, it signals which topic the tweet is believed to address.
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  13. hashtags
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      Enter #freeskip and hashtags.
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  14. hydrocars
    • 2009 August 9, “A Dream of Hydrogen”, New York Times:
      Several hydrocars have been manufactured since then — nifty little things with a price tag of several hundred thousand dollars that can be fueled at one of the 63 hydrogen stations throughout the country.
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  15. ine *
    • 2009 August 9, Jennifer Schuessler, “Inside the List”, New York Times:
      Rebecca Zorach, a specialist in medieval and Renaissance art at the University of Chicago , said in an e-mail message that while she has never personally karate-chopped any murderous cult members, art history demands a lot of its practitioners: “You have to be a psychologist, anthropologist, linguist, literary critic, philosopher and sometimes a chemist, so why not adventurer and suspense-thriller hero(ine), too?”
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  16. jabberfests
    • 2009 August 9, Kurt Andersen, “Pop Culture in the Age of Obama”, New York Times:
      During the last decade, with the proliferation of Web news and 24/7 cable jabberfests, the old ratio of news supply to demand was upended.
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  17. kaffeeklatsch
    • 2009 August 9, Ginger Thompson, “President’s Ouster Highlights a Divide in Honduras”, New York Times:
      TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — One woman started a kind of kaffeeklatsch with her high-powered friends that grew into the driving force behind a movement that toppled the Honduran president.
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  18. largeheartedness
    • 2009 August 9, “The Battle Over a Baby”, New York Times:
      A Christian, he taught, is called to action; action imbued with Christ’s largeheartedness for all who suffer.
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  19. mavericky
    • 2009 August 9, Maureen Dowd, “Livin’ La Vida Loca”, New York Times:
      Palin is still obsessed with the blogosphere, which recently lit up with a rumor started by a fellow mavericky Alaskan, who also no longer has his job — that she and Todd were Splitsville.
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  20. milewide
    • 2009 August 9, Robert D. Mcfadden, “9 Dead After Copter and Plane Collide Over Hudson”, New York Times:
      On a sun-drenched Saturday that beckoned many out of doors, there were countless witnesses to the dramatic denouement — joggers, bikers, strollers, people lunching in restaurants and lounging in high-rise apartments lining the Hudson — but many got only glimpses of what happened, looking out over the milewide river when they heard what sounded like distant thunder in a mostly clear sky.
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  21. militarylike
  22. monmouthmuseum
    • 2009 August 9, “Events in New Jersey”, New York Times:
      Monmouth Museum, Brookdale Community College, Newman Springs Road. monmouthmuseum
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  23. mujahedin
    • 2009 August 9, Elizabeth Rubin, “Karzai in His Labyrinth”, New York Times:
      Karzai’s main competitors are two of his former ministers — Ghani, who was finance minister from 2002 to 2004 and an adviser to the World Bank for 10 years; and Abdullah Abdullah, an ophthalmologist who became a close adviser to the legendary mujahedin commander Ahmed Shah Massoud (assassinated by Al Qaeda just before the 9/11 attacks) and served as foreign minister under Karzai until 2006.
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  24. nonnews
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      That nonnews is for #billgates people.
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  25. nounhood
  26. obruni
    • 2009 August 9, Laban Carrick Hill, “The Two Faces of Ghana”, New York Times:
      In Fante, the local language, obruni is the word for “white person.”
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  27. opiner
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      That’s what drew me to it: an Internet opiner must be pretty bold so early on to liken Gates, however indirectly, to both a former Black Panther on death row and a Hollywood shoplifter.
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  28. outsiderness
    • 2009 August 9, Matt Bai, “Funny How?”, New York Times:
      For others of us, though, Obama’s wit is closely linked to the outsiderness that got him elected.
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  29. pizzetta *
    • 2009 August 9, Joanne Starkey, “Mediterranean Touch at Hamptons Newcomer”, New York Times:
      The bruschetta crowned with chopped cherry tomatoes and mozzarella was also memorable, but the ordinary Sorrento pizzetta and the crab cake, with shredded rather than lump crab, were letdowns.
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  30. postdraft
    • 2009 August 9, The Associated Press, “Eagles Coach Leaves a Lasting Impression”, New York Times:
      He returned for the postdraft camp but had to take a leave of absence later in the month to continue his treatments.
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  31. postelectoral
    • 2009 August 9, Ben Zimmer, “How Fail Went From Verb to Interjection”, New York Times:
      After the spread of the #CNNfail hashtag during Iran’s postelectoral strife, would-be media critics vented their wrath at other news outlets, generating such hashtags as #MSNBCfail , #FoxNewsfail and #NYTimesfail .
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  32. prefatigued
    • 2009 August 9, Gia Kourlas, “New Leaps in Research on Injuries”, New York Times:
      For the study, participants like Mr. Stigler are required to execute three types of jumps in prefatigued and fatigued states.
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  33. quantifiably
  34. rebuslike
    • 2009 August 9, Steven Heller, “The Art of Rebellion”, New York Times:
      His distinctive, frenetic minimalism, condensed lettering and rebuslike signature (“H. Kurtz,” with a little figure of a “man” at the end) were developed during the course of this strip.
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  35. scripty
    • 2009 August 9, Rob Walker, “Boxers, Not Briefs”, New York Times:
      It was taken by Flip Schulke at the Fifth Street Gym in Miami, where the fighter was training; he was wearing a T-shirt with “Cassius Clay,” his name at the time, rendered with a big, scripty “C” reminiscent of Coca-Cola lettering.
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  36. softish
    • 2009 August 9, A. O. Scott, “Open Wide: Spoon-Fed Cinema”, New York Times:
      Which may be why, in the face of a softish opening weekend, various interpreters of box office data were quick to declare “Funny People” a flop.
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  37. studentsa
    • 2009 August 9, Deborah Solomon, “The Counselor”, New York Times:
      I’m going to try to get the studentsa behind-the-scenes look at how the White House is really organized and how it operates.
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  38. symbologist
    • 2009 August 9, Jennifer Schuessler, “Inside the List”, New York Times:
      And next month, the distinguished Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon chases more evildoers (and rescues the book industry) in “The Lost Symbol,” Dan Brown ’s follow-up to “The Da Vinci Code.”
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  39. togarishi
    • 2009 August 9, M. H. Reed, “Meals for All Budgets Under a Lakeside Sky”, New York Times:
      The only disappointments among the starters were one of the specials, a fairly routine gazpacho, and a very crabby Maryland crab cake that could have used a spicier togarishi.
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  40. trenne
  41. trockenbeerenauslese
    • 2009 August 9, Pete Wells, “Punch Line”, New York Times:
      It seems to me that if a college student is drinking grain alcohol from a garden hose, he can’t explain it away by whining that his father failed to teach him the pleasures of trockenbeerenauslese rieslings at age 14.
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  42. unboyfriend
  43. unfail
  44. uninspiringly
    • 2009 August 9, James Glanz, “When Mortals Work on Cosmic Time”, New York Times:
      In particle physics, that system is uninspiringly called the Standard Model, which accounts for all known matter but has one gap: the elusive Higgs boson.
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  45. untag
    • 2009 August 9, Allen Salkin, “Party On, but No Tweets”, New York Times:
      In an era, when a stray gripe about your boss can land you on an industry blog, when waking up hung over can frantically send you to Facebook to untag your name from photos of the previous night’s frosting-wrestling contest, when shots of you in unflattering jeans become part of your permanent Google search results, there are signs that some are tired of living their lives on the Web.
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  46. valgus *

Sequestered[edit]

  1. billgates
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      That nonnews is for #billgates people.
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  2. colsonwhitehead
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      Indeed, colsonwhitehead and others using #freeskip were — it seemed to me — serving up the best flash insights and asides.
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  3. dreamhampton
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      As dreamhampton put it in a tweet: “I love how Skipgate broke on Twitter first.
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  4. freeskip
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      #freeskip was exciting while it lasted.
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  5. futureofthedemocraticparty
    • 2009 August 9, Virginia Heffernan, “Hashing Things Out”, New York Times:
      A hashtag (think #futureofthedemocraticparty) is also a link, so anyone who encounters one on Twitter can instantly search the network for that phrase.
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  6. grasshoppper = grasshopper
    • 2009 August 9, Pete Wells, “Punch Line”, New York Times:
      It will have changed again by the time Dexter is old enough to order a grasshoppper, and the state of cocktail culture 15 years from now is not at the top of my list of worries.
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