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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-10 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

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84015 tokens ‧ 61760 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8414 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.464%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-10[edit]

  1. airness
    • 2007 September 10, Sarah Lyall, “Costumes Malfunction, but Never the Guitars”, New York Times:
      “To be honest, airness is an American term, and I have no idea what it means,” said the New Zealand competitor, John Gerrand.
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  2. attitudinous
  3. countercharges
    • 2007 September 10, Karen W. Arenson, “Fracas Erupts Over Book on Mideast by a Barnard Professor Seeking Tenure”, New York Times:
      It is Dr. Abu El-Haj’s book, “Facts on the Ground: Archaeological Practice and Territorial Self-Fashioning in Israeli Society,” that has made her a lightning rod, setting off warring petitions opposing and supporting her candidacy, and producing charges of shoddy scholarship and countercharges of an ideological witch hunt.
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  4. crudities
    • 2007 September 10, Edward Rothstein, “Eerie Ghost Rush in the Gateway to the Klondike”, New York Times:
      As a whole the note struck in Skagway is eerie, a strange combination of extremes: the looming mountains and dance hall floozies, the silence of the hiking paths and the touring crowds, the native Alaskan culture invoked in totem poles or tales of intermarriage and the tough crudities of the gold rush, the focus on history and the absence of a deep past.
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  5. curatorship
  6. cyberpiracy
  7. diskless
    • 2007 September 10, John Markoff, New York Times[1]:
      I wrote about my experience using Linux with a diskless Macintosh a couple of weeks ago in a blog post about the potential of “cloud” computing.
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  8. fringey
  9. fringier
  10. gaman *
  11. gunite
    • 2007 September 10, Robin Pogrebin, “The Restorers’ Art of the Invisible”, New York Times:
      They will still be flexible but will become more resilient, with concealed control joints that allow the gunite to expand and contract without cracking.
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  12. incandescents
    • 2007 September 10, John Markoff, New York Times[2]:
      D. bulbs will be more expensive than incandescents for many years.
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  13. loafered
  14. martyrlike
    • 2007 September 10, Alastair Macaulay, “Making a Case for Classics Uncovered or Rediscovered”, New York Times:
      Jesus, very noble and martyrlike from the first, repeatedly holds gestures of benediction or crucifixion, sometimes (a particularly artful trick of Limón’s) at the same time; Judas is forever conflicted by inspiration and jealousy.
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  15. minimovies
    • 2007 September 10, Brooks Barnes, “Warner Shifts Web Course, Shouldering Video Costs”, New York Times:
      The studio, part of Time Warner , plans today to introduce 24 Web productions in a range of formats including minimovies, games and episodic television shows.
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  16. monthslong
    • 2007 September 10, The Associated Press, “Just One Step, but Redskins Take It in the Right Direction”, New York Times:
      “It don’t shut them up — we need the doomsayers,” said Portis, who shook off the rust of a monthslong battle with tendinitis to run for 98 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries.
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  17. multigrain
  18. musics
    • 2007 September 10, Bernard Holland, “Won’t Kowtow to the ‘Ism’ of the Moment”, New York Times:
      Sidestepping the armed camps of Serialism, neo-Romanticism, neo-Classicism, Minimalism, New Age and world musics, Mr. Del Tredici reminds us that it is not how you write but what you write that makes music interesting.
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  19. nonpolemic
    • 2007 September 10, Karen W. Arenson, “Fracas Erupts Over Book on Mideast by a Barnard Professor Seeking Tenure”, New York Times:
      Jere L. Bacharach, a historian at the University of Washington who presented the awards, said at the time that both books were “nuanced, nonpolemic works on subjects that too often lend themselves to political tirades and polemics.”
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  20. nostalgizing
  21. overplotted
    • 2007 September 10, Janet Maslin, “Burn Down a Poet’s House, and the Mail Just Pours In”, New York Times:
      Eventually overplotted to the point of overkill, “An Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England” (Miriam Levine’s real guidebook has the same title, absent the arson) still manages to remain sharp-edged and unpredictable, punctuated by moments of choice absurdist humor.
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  22. precompetition
    • 2007 September 10, Sarah Lyall, “Costumes Malfunction, but Never the Guitars”, New York Times:
      On the other hand, at the precompetition news conference, many seemed slightly dazed, as if they had just gotten out of bed, even though it was 3 p.m.
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  23. presurge
    • 2007 September 10, Michael R. Gordon, “Delay Decision on Cuts, General Says”, New York Times:
      “He has also argued that recommendations on reductions below the presurge force levels would be premature at this time, and that recommendations on such adjustments should wait until March 2008,” the officer added.
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  24. pusillanimousness
  25. quiltmakers
    • 2007 September 10, Dennis Hevesi, “Cuesta Benberry, 83, Historian of Quilting, Dies”, New York Times:
      At the time, some quilt scholars and African-American studies professors were contending that, for the most part, quilts made by blacks shared traits derived from African traditions: for example, the choice of textiles and colors and the use asymmetrical patterns. Ms. Benberry, however, knew that many African-American quiltmakers had always created in the styles that were generally popular in their day.
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  26. snoozy
    • 2007 September 10, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      “All of Me” an elegant duet with Mary J. Blige , almost makes up for “Follow My Lead,” a snoozy one with Robin Thicke.
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  27. vocalism
    • 2007 September 10, Anne Midgette, “Passion, Lush, Wild and Cheap”, New York Times:
      (A week of Luciano Pavarotti recordings all over the airwaves has demonstrated afresh the powerful appeal of reveling in the sensuality of one’s own vocalism.)
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  28. wandlike
    • 2007 September 10, Cathy Horyn, “Ralph Lauren, Fabulous City Slicker”, New York Times:
      Shapes were engaging, notably a rounded jacket in ivory organza with wandlike sleeves and a coppery pleated skirt.
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  29. winkingly
    • 2007 September 10, Edward Rothstein, “Eerie Ghost Rush in the Gateway to the Klondike”, New York Times:
      The long-running tourist attraction here is “The Days of ’98 Show With Soapy Smith,” complete with “dance hall floozies,” some of whom lean out of windows in their corsets; “82 years on Broadway!” the ads winkingly proclaim.
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  30. woofy
    • 2007 September 10, Anne Midgette, “Passion, Lush, Wild and Cheap”, New York Times:
      Daniel Mobbs was an effective Leporello, Matthew Burns an appropriately aggrieved Masetto and Daniel Borowski a Commendatore with a woofy but powerful voice.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. grinded