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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-01 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-01).

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2009-10-01[edit]

  1. autonomically
    • 2009 October 1, Joyce Wadler, “Globe-Trotting, With Love and Wares”, New York Times:
      With Mr. Johnson was his partner of many years, Glen Senk, the chief executive officer of Anthropologie’s parent company, Urban Outfitters Inc. They were such an adorable couple, Mr. Johnson in his pink shirt and blue blazer, Mr. Senk tucked snugly in his bold Brioni suit, that we shall let pass their insistence that the show — in which references to their 130 stores come as autonomically as breathing — is meant to be not a marketing tool, but instead a celebration of artists and artisans.
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  2. crumply
    • 2009 October 1, Mike Albo, “Neighborhood Preservation”, New York Times:
      A pair of $245 chino pants by Our Legacy were smooth and orderly, and a $215 shirt from the label, red-and-brown plaid in a crumply lightweight wool, offered a nice contrast.
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  3. denlike
    • 2009 October 1, Audrey Tempelsman, “The Industrious Tenant”, New York Times:
      I thought it would be nice to have a cozy, dark denlike bedroom.”
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  4. instrumentlike
    • 2009 October 1, Jason Turbow, “Tapping Your Inner Clapton”, New York Times:
      For nonmusicians, it’s a way to coax sounds — often programmed to stay on key no matter what note one actually plays — out of what may be the only instrumentlike device they ever pick up.
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  5. kvelling
  6. moisturization
    • 2009 October 1, Hilary Howard, “New Ways to Moisturize for Less”, New York Times:
      Raised levels of stearic acid, a saturated fatty acid, in Dove NutriumMoisture body wash ($3.77) help replace “lipids that are often in danger of being stripped away by heavy cleansing agents,” said K. P. Ananth, a scientist with Unilever, who said that he has had success stabilizing stearic acid as a liquid. Mr. Hammer agreed that stearic acid in a body wash should be “helpful for moisturization and lipid replacement.”
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  7. nitinol
  8. nudum
    • 2009 October 1, Stephen Orr, “Recapturing the Terrain”, New York Times:
      The small trees are surrounded and underplanted by Annabelle hydrangeas, native Viburnum nudum for fall color, ostrich ferns and other perennials planted on a low mound.
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  9. pawtisserie
    • 2009 October 1, Mike Albo, “Neighborhood Preservation”, New York Times:
      Just one more Bank of America branch or precious puppy pawtisserie and the neighborhood’s delicate ecosystem could collapse and turn into a retail trough as charmless as the Miami International Airport.
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  11. quats
    • 2009 October 1, Hilary Howard, “New Ways to Moisturize for Less”, New York Times:
      “Because quats are positively charged, and skin proteins have a slightly negative charge, quats like to attach themselves to skin,” said Greg Nole, a manager at Unilever, the parent company of Vaseline and Dove. Mr. Hammer, who is not affiliated with Unilever, said, “The fact that the molecule stays on the outermost layers of the skin should make it very effective for preventing dry skin and flaking.”
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  12. salesboys
    • 2009 October 1, Mike Albo, “Neighborhood Preservation”, New York Times:
      I said hello to the skinny, sweet-faced salesboys and did a preliminary tour of the room trying on jackets and blazers.
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  13. schmoozy
    • 2009 October 1, Mike Albo, “Neighborhood Preservation”, New York Times:
      They are in the neighborhood to go on romantic dates and to have schmoozy drinks with entertainment execs, and they need the right outfits so they can kiss and kiss up in style.
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  14. sealift
  15. semicasual
    • 2009 October 1, Mike Albo, “Neighborhood Preservation”, New York Times:
      GO WEST A small but nicely stocked shop of stylish but subtle men’s clothing opens in the far West Village, helping to keep downtown guys in nice semicasual schmooze-wear and dating duds.
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  16. shacklike
    • 2009 October 1, Adam Nossiter, “In Guinean Hospital, Wounded Attest to Military Attack”, New York Times:
      In the city’s poor neighborhoods, survivors stood in knots in front of shuttered shacklike stores, vowing revenge and rehearsing in painful detail the attack on Monday that appears to have killed as many as 157 people protesting against the government at the September 28th Stadium here, according to opposition and human rights figures.
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  17. toreo *
    • 2009 October 1, Michael Kimmelman, “In a Spanish Province, a Twilight of the Matadors”, New York Times:
      But Catalan nationalists began to spread the notion that toreo was an imposition on Catalonia by Franco’s fascist regime, which promoted it, like flamenco, as a patriotic symbol.
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  18. unbudgeable
    • 2009 October 1, “Answering Iran’s Nuclear Challenge”, New York Times:
      For it would surely improve the domestic standing of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an unbudgeable hawk, and thereby indefinitely delay peace on that Middle Eastern front.
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  19. underplanted
    • 2009 October 1, Stephen Orr, “Recapturing the Terrain”, New York Times:
      The small trees are surrounded and underplanted by Annabelle hydrangeas, native Viburnum nudum for fall color, ostrich ferns and other perennials planted on a low mound.
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  20. vook
    • 2009 October 1, Motoko Rich, “Curling Up With Hybrid Books, Videos Included”, New York Times:
      Jude Deveraux, a popular romance author who has written 36 straightforward text novels, said she loved experimenting with “Promises,” an exclusive vook set on a 19th-century South Carolina plantation in which the integrated videos add snippets of dialogue and atmosphere.
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  21. vooks
    • 2009 October 1, Motoko Rich, “Curling Up With Hybrid Books, Videos Included”, New York Times:
      In one of the Simon & Schuster vooks, a fitness and diet title, readers can click on videos that show them how to perform the exercises.
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  22. wearability

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