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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-17 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-17).

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2009-09-17[edit]

  1. antiracketeering
  2. bunkeresque
    • 2009 September 17, Simon Romero, “A Scandal Over Spying Intensifies in Colombia”, New York Times:
      In an interview near Bogotá’s old center at DAS’s bunkeresque headquarters, which were rebuilt after being gutted in a 1989 bombing attack by drug traffickers, Mr. Muñoz grimly acknowledged the possibility that surveillance irregularities had occurred earlier this decade.
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  3. clutterers
    • 2009 September 17, “Behind the Junk Heap”, New York Times:
      Fellow clutterers: where do we sign up as the next oppressed group?
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  4. cocoonish
    • 2009 September 17, Mike Albo, “New Wave’s Next Generation”, New York Times:
      Walking through the space gives you a good idea of what cool kids are wearing: minidresses with very wide necks, hooded caterpillar-like pullovers, cocoonish overcoats with complicated closures, somber shirts that dribble strings from their cuffs.
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  5. farci *
  6. kookfest
    • 2009 September 17, Manohla Dargis, “Watching a Nation Fall Apart, Entertainingly”, New York Times:
      It’s such a pleasurable trip that it was easy to forgive Mr. Herzog for his other Toronto selection, “My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done,” a thin, strained kookfest about a lunatic (Michael Shannon , who should beware of taking on too many such roles) that plays like an inert pastiche of a David Lynch film. Mr. Lynch actually produced “My Son,” which might explain the presence of Grace Zabriskie and a dwarf.
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  7. lockah
  8. macroimages
    • 2009 September 17, Manohla Dargis, “Watching a Nation Fall Apart, Entertainingly”, New York Times:
      Working under the obvious influence of Errol Morris — notable in their attention to beauty, interview style and even pacing — they shift seamlessly from macroimages of the swarming bees to close-ups of their fretting keepers who are struggling with the devastation, including one large California family that is unwisely compared to a hive.
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  9. necktied
    • 2009 September 17, Janet Maslin, “When Fiscal Ebola and Free Verse Collide”, New York Times:
      With his usual ingratiating, lackadaisical ease, Mr. Walter tosses Matt into the path of some college-age white gangbangers who are fellow 7-Eleven customers on that fateful night. Mr. Walter also lets Midlife Crisis Matt (he is 46) wonder whether the company of these guys is any less enjoyable than that of “the old necktied newspaper hacks” he used to know.
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  10. nectareous
    • 2009 September 17, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “Goldenrod Time”, New York Times:
      They’re connoisseurs of ripeness, that moment of nectareous perfection in each blooming species.
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  11. outemoted
    • 2009 September 17, Jon Caramanica, “The Anxiety of Being Influential”, New York Times:
      And on “The Jay Leno Show” his performance of “Run This Town” was swallowed whole by Mr. West, who outrapped him and outemoted him all at once.
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  12. outrapped
    • 2009 September 17, Jon Caramanica, “The Anxiety of Being Influential”, New York Times:
      And on “The Jay Leno Show” his performance of “Run This Town” was swallowed whole by Mr. West, who outrapped him and outemoted him all at once.
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  13. pigeony
    • 2009 September 17, Mike Albo, “New Wave’s Next Generation”, New York Times:
      The bodies that look best in the clothing at Seven are pale youths under 30, those flute-shaped boys you see on the street with pigeony rib cages wearing bunchy shorts and carrying giant tote bags.
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  14. podrida *
    • 2009 September 17, Penelope Green, “What Matters Most”, New York Times:
      Her collection of cookbooks is formidable, an olla podrida of Junior League and soul food cookbooks and classics like “The Joy of Cooking.”
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  15. readback
  16. superpatriot
    • 2009 September 17, William Grimes, “Henry Gibson, ‘Laugh-In’ Star, Dies at 73”, New York Times:
      His performance as an evil-tempered superpatriot earned him the National Society of Film Critics’ award for best supporting actor.
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  17. tempus *
    • 2009 September 17, Alan Feuer, “How the Railroads Took Control of Time”, New York Times:
      You can barely see the gears in the timepiece actually moving — none of that tempus fugit nonsense often ascribed to working clocks.
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  18. therapeuticized
    • 2009 September 17, Manohla Dargis, “Watching a Nation Fall Apart, Entertainingly”, New York Times:
      Most of the characters might be in need of therapy, but Mr. Roos’s screenplay has already been therapeuticized, with every angle, emotion, feeling spelled out.
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  19. unfashiony
  20. unspike

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