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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-09 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-09).

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  1. begoggled
    • 2009 October 9, The New York Times, “Film Series and Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      But while there used to be wit in the dodging, now there’s 3-D, and as this latest crop of sacrificial lambs navigates intricate stunts and a flimsy narrative, the director, David R. Ellis , rakes around for spiked objects to hurl at the begoggled audience.
  2. bigtooth
    • 2009 October 9, Austin Considine, “Finding Autumn Gold in Unexpected Places”, New York Times:
      There, a roughly 2,200-acre canyon bottom lies covered by a hardy swath of bigtooth maples — the so-called lost maples — that provides an unexpected display of fall color in the middle of southern Texas .
  3. bigtooths
    • 2009 October 9, Austin Considine, “Finding Autumn Gold in Unexpected Places”, New York Times:
      The glaciers themselves never reached this far south, and the canyon walls sheltered the bigtooths from cold winds.
  4. biomusical
  5. bitterbrush
    • 2009 October 9, Eve M. Kahn, “Judging a Book by Its Gilded Cover”, New York Times:
      By 1948, Nakashima had carved a bitterbrush twig into a drawer handle for a walnut desk ($25,000 at Moderne), and in 1956 he built two mismatched legs for a walnut coffee table with burn marks and gouges ($24,500).
  6. confuciusornis
  7. glazy
    • 2009 October 9, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      BELL X1 (Friday) While this popular Irish quartet is occasionally derided for its mildness — the band’s glazy, melodic alt-rock recalls the quasi-experimental yawning of Coldplay — it did record a long, contemplative song about the drama of unwelcome zits (“Bad Skin Day”), and that takes nerve.
  8. gosses *
  9. hellogoodbye
    • 2009 October 9, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      With hellogoodbye, Steel Train and Sherwood.
  10. iandblair
  11. nondinosaurian
    • 2009 October 9, John Noble Wilford, “Paper Challenges Ideas About ‘Early Bird’ Dinosaur”, New York Times:
      The bone growth rate, the scientists determined, was unbirdlike but reflected metabolic rates greater than those in nondinosaurian reptiles; that is, they were more warmblooded than coldblooded.
  12. openhousenewyork
    • 2009 October 9, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      The openhousenewyork festival celebrates buildings (and bridges and boats) with tours, programs and architectural activities, including more than 20 for children.
  13. perfs *
    • 2009 October 9, Patrick Healy, “An Inside Look at an Offstage Drama”, New York Times:
      In a message sent later that day, Mr. Richards wrote, “I know he’s suffering from mono/Epstein-Barr and exhaustion, so I hope that the Page 6 item about his attending Brittney [sic] Spear’s birthday party Tuesday night was merely to ‘psyche him up’ for his two perfs on Wednesday.”
  14. plumsucker
  15. postscripting
    • 2009 October 9, “Sinking with Mr. Rangel”, New York Times:
      The most recent was the congressman’s postscripting more than $500,000 to his assets disclosure last summer, essentially doubling his net worth to somewhere between $1 million and $2.4 million.
  16. pseudogovernment
    • 2009 October 9, Michael Slackman, “Elite Guard in Iran Tightens Its Grip With Telecom Move”, New York Times:
      The nearly $8 billion acquisition by a company affiliated with the elite force has amplified concerns in Iran over what some call the rise of a pseudogovernment, prompting members of Parliament to begin an investigation into the deal.
  17. semiabstractions
  18. subclimate
    • 2009 October 9, Austin Considine, “Finding Autumn Gold in Unexpected Places”, New York Times:
      Any such large body of water has a moderating effect on the climate of its surroundings, said Anne Lenox Barlow, horticulture educator at the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Clinton County, N.Y. But water that crosses such varied, undulating physical geography will also help spawn distinct microclimates within the subclimate.
  19. subclimates
    • 2009 October 9, Austin Considine, “Finding Autumn Gold in Unexpected Places”, New York Times:
      But within dense, coniferous forests are subclimates that can produce stunning sights for the intrepid fall color enthusiast.
  20. tramstops
    • 2009 October 9, Blake Wilson, “Excerpts From the Writings of Herta Müller”, New York Times:
      Young men with yellowish teeth standing guard at the entrances of big buildings, outside shops, on squares, at tramstops, in the scruffy park, in front of the dormitories, in bodegas, outside the station.
  21. undercovering
    • 2009 October 9, Anthony Tommasini, “Family Dysfunction Bathed in Cosmic Neon”, New York Times:
      At the moment of the killing, the black fabric covering the rotating platform is stripped off by some of the ever-present gremlin people to reveal blood red undercovering.
  22. xenotropic
    • 2009 October 9, Denise Grady, “Virus Is Found in Many With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”, New York Times:
      An article published online Thursday in the journal Science reports that 68 of 101 patients with the syndrome, or 67 percent, were infected with an infectious virus, xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus, or XMRV. By contrast, only 3.7 percent of 218 healthy people were infected.