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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-01 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-19).

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  1. antimusical
  2. deliberatively
  3. icepack
  4. loooove
  5. multiperformance
    • 2009 August 1, Alastair Macaulay, “Soap Bubbles and Snow in Frothy Concoctions”, New York Times:
      For more than 30 years, I have seen so many dances using chairs that I have often imagined a multiperformance Chair Dance Festival, but the chair duet in “Love Stories” is too cliché-ridden to deserve inclusion.
  6. nhap
    • 2009 August 1, Seth Mydans, “A Legacy of War: Fake Art in Vietnam”, New York Times:
      Nguyen Qui Duc, who owns a small gallery and promotes young artists, said this new openness about the nation’s artistic treasures could be taken in the spirit of a policy called hoi nhap, which means integration or assimilation.
  7. noncriminals
    • 2009 August 1, Gail Collins, “Have Gun, Will Travel”, New York Times:
      Jim Kessler of the Third Way, a nonpartisan think tank, noted that if the noncriminals only used them for hunting, “there wouldn’t be a varmint left in the country.”
  8. nonelectoral
    • 2009 August 1, Seth Mydans, “Corazon Aquino, Leader of Philippines, Dies at 76”, New York Times:
      One year later, in February 1987, an 80 percent popular vote for a new Constitution was seen as a vote of confidence in her presidency, and coming after her nonelectoral ascent to power, it confirmed her legitimacy and helped keep her challengers at bay.
  9. oldfangled
  10. preapproval
  11. schissel
  12. semicelebrity
    • 2009 August 1, Al Baker, “A Murder Victim Found in His Bed Had a Colorful Past”, New York Times:
      “Felix is one tough man who lived a life that people could only imagine going through,” said Richard Dietl, known as Bo, a private investigator, former police detective and a semicelebrity himself, who said he had been friends with Mr. Brinkmann since 1971.
  13. semirealistic
    • 2009 August 1, William Grimes, “Tony Rosenthal, Sculptor of Public Art, Dies at 94”, New York Times:
      On returning to Chicago, he approached Archipenko, who was living in Chicago at the time, and arranged to receive lessons in exchange for casting some of Archipenko’s terra-cotta figures. Mr. Rosenthal, who worked in a semirealistic figurative style, did his first commission, “A Nubian Slave,” for the Elgin Watch Company building at the 1939 World’s Fair.
  14. sixgill
    • 2009 August 1, Mike Hale, “Ah, That Jersey Shore: The Fish Are Really Biting”, New York Times:
      “Shark After Dark” features scientists swimming with their subjects as they investigate their nocturnal feeding habits; residents of the Seattle area will be interested to know that well inside Puget Sound, quite large sixgill sharks come to the surface for dinner within 150 feet of shore.
  15. stayhealthy
    • 2009 August 1, Lesley Alderman, “My Vacation? Oh, Just Relaxing at the E.R.”, New York Times:
      Check out the Web site of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( /#stayhealthy) to learn what might await you at your destination.
  16. superspeedy
    • 2009 August 1, “America’s Not-So-Fast Trains”, New York Times:
      Japan, Spain, China and Germany are among those with superspeedy trains that rival air travel and easily eclipse the irritations of a car trip.
  17. tachs