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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-03-02 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-02).

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2009-03-02[edit]

  1. akonting
    • 2009 March 2, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      But there’s no less spirit in the singing and thumb piano playing of Ruth Akello, an unheralded Ugandan, or in the banjo-like akonting playing of the Jatta family, in Gambia.
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  2. anticrisis
  3. antihorse
  4. buscones
  5. chieftaincy
    • 2009 March 2, David W. Dunlap, “Broadway Traffic Cure Elusive Since the 1800s”, New York Times:
      And it does not help that the lowermost part of Broadway was originally laid out as a footpath by the people of the Wickquasgeck chieftaincy, long before Europeans arrived.
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  6. cultishness
    • 2009 March 2, Ben Ratliff, “2 Approaches to Monk’s Historic Night”, New York Times:
      That February he gave a concert with a 10-piece orchestra at Town Hall: a risky, expensive way to secure an official beachhead in New York culture, a way to get beyond his reputation, such as it was, for small groups, jabbing dissonance and cultishness.
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  7. gonglike
    • 2009 March 2, David W. Dunlap, “Broadway Traffic Cure Elusive Since the 1800s”, New York Times:
      His New York guidebook had this to say about Broadway: “The gonglike, tornadolike, oceanic, unceasing roar and tumult of this bustling street, make it less inviting than it otherwise would be to promenaders.”
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  8. instinctually
    • 2009 March 2, Kevin Sack, “For Obama Pick, 2nd Chance for Progress on Health”, New York Times:
      Legislators in both parties said that as governor, Ms. Sebelius’s efforts to reach across the aisle had seemed more strategic than instinctually bipartisan.
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  9. lehendakari
  10. lyrist
    • 2009 March 2, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      On “Kabibi” he connects breezily with the Tanzanian singer and thumb pianist Anania Ngoliga; on “Pakugyenda Balebauo,” also in Tanzania, he trades phrases with a lyrist named Warema Masiaga Cha Cha. The title track, which Mr. Fleck wrote in his own style, features the Malian ngoni players Bassekou Kouyate and Haruna Samake.
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  11. marchlike
    • 2009 March 2, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      The album’s most forthright song declares, “I’m an Animal,” with marchlike drums and ringing electric guitars as she insists, “My courage is roaring like the sound of the sun.”
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  12. modelly
    • 2009 March 2, Janet Maslin, “Having It All, Including Many Failings”, New York Times:
      The cleaning lady turns out to be a self-assured, modelly looking Ukrainian who destroys Trish’s fragile pretensions.
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  13. narcocorridos
  14. polystylistic
    • 2009 March 2, Anthony Tommasini, “Love Poems With Musical Annotation”, New York Times:
      Champions of Mr. Martynov’s music might describe his opera — adapted from Dante’s “Vita Nuova,” a collection of poems about the youthful author’s love from afar for the unattainable Beatrice — as defiantly polystylistic.
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  15. postconviction
    • 2009 March 2, “The Right to DNA Evidence”, New York Times:
      According to his lawyers, Alaska is the only one of the six states without DNA testing laws that has never conducted a postconviction DNA test, either by court order or by consent of the state.
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  16. storklike
    • 2009 March 2, Alessandra Stanley, “Sitcoms Serve Up Comfort Laughs”, New York Times:
      “Big Bang” revolves around Sheldon (Jim Parsons), a tall, storklike physicist who is so bad at reading social cues or understanding other people’s feelings that he’s almost an idiot savant.
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  17. thuddingly
    • 2009 March 2, Janet Maslin, “Having It All, Including Many Failings”, New York Times:
      At the other extreme lies “Annabel’s Mother,” which begins thuddingly in a gated New York park where children play.
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  18. tornadolike
    • 2009 March 2, David W. Dunlap, “Broadway Traffic Cure Elusive Since the 1800s”, New York Times:
      His New York guidebook had this to say about Broadway: “The gonglike, tornadolike, oceanic, unceasing roar and tumult of this bustling street, make it less inviting than it otherwise would be to promenaders.”
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  19. ubersalesman
  20. yachtlike

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