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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-03 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-31).

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86708 tokens ‧ 62865 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8306 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.47%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. aligot
    • 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “From Banker to Baker in TriBeCa”, New York Times:
      Now, Marie de Livinhac, a company in the Auvergne region, is making a dehydrated aligot mix that requires only crème fraîche, water and five minutes’ time.
  2. aswirl
    • 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “From Banker to Baker in TriBeCa”, New York Times:
      You can’t open a bakery in New York without cupcakes these days, so Rachel Thebault, a former investment banker who has opened Tribeca Treats, offers small ones ($2 each) aswirl with chocolate, vanilla, coconut, espresso, peanut butter, caramel or marshmallow frostings.
  3. bistate
    • 2007 January 3, Richard G. Jones, “Two Governors Brace for a Showdown Over How Deep a River Should Run”, New York Times:
      After a yearlong impasse over the $300 million project, which requires approval and money from both states, Gov. Edward G. Rendell of Pennsylvania has halted the work of the Delaware River Port Authority, a bistate agency he heads that regulates activity along the river, blocking construction projects and increasing debt.
  4. branzino
    • 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “In Rustic Greek Dishes, a Fresh Approach to Ancient Flavors”, New York Times:
      But a new breed of Greek restaurants here also serves dishes like rabbit phyllo, grilled branzino with artichoke confit and dandelion greens, and Cretan honey-braised lamb shank with yogurt pasta.
  5. buildable
  6. crackback
    • 2007 January 3, The Associated Press, “Saban Needs More Time to Mull Alabama Offer”, New York Times:
      Mike Pereira, the league’s director of officiating, said Wade did not commit an illegal crackback block because he was blocking upfield and not back toward the ball.
  7. creamless
    • 2007 January 3, Alex Witchel, “I’ll Have What They Don’t Know About Yet”, New York Times:
      A basic tomato sauce is mixed with a pesto of four kinds of raw nuts, which makes a creamless pink sauce with real body, enlivened by the kick of black and red peppers, a generous grating of pecorino and a few ribbons of fresh mint.
  8. developable
    • 2007 January 3, Kristina Shevory, “Daylight in Boeing’s Shadow”, New York Times:
      Renton seems to be positioned well: developable land, speedy permitting, no local business or occupation tax and a location on the south end of Lake Washington.
  9. diffusers
    • 2007 January 3, Louise Story, “Sensing Opportunity in Dormitory Air”, New York Times:
      Since then, thousands of new products have made their debuts — plug-ins, fragrance fans, diffusers, flashing light shows — becoming pricier and fancier every year.
  10. eulogists
    • 2007 January 3, Scott Shane, “Ford Is Remembered at Funeral in Washington”, New York Times:
      The cathedral’s grand setting and the pomp of a state funeral provided a counterpoint for the unassuming character praised by the eulogists.
  11. fadeaways
    • 2007 January 3, Howard Beck, “Artest Reminds the Knicks What They’re Missing”, New York Times:
      Artest scored on layups and fadeaways, from near and from far, and collected a career-high 39 points to lead the Sacramento Kings to a 112-100 rout at Arco Arena on Tuesday night.
  12. haylift
  13. housemade
    • 2007 January 3, Kim Severson, “After a Fire, a Beloved California Restaurant Vows to Rebuild”, New York Times:
      What struck her about that Boxing Day breakfast were the descriptions on the menu, which started with satsuma juice and included candied ginger scones with “coastal whipped dream” and “an Inverness egg keeping company with grits and a healthy bite of housemade bacon.”
  14. kulfi
  15. laminitis
    • 2007 January 3, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      However, Barbaro’s left hind foot, which had laminitis, remains a more formidable long-term challenge.
  16. lechy
    • 2007 January 3, Virginia Heffernan, “Hey! Never Underestimate the Average Joe”, New York Times:
      The brilliantly senile Arthur, along with Doug’s lechy, creepy friend Spence (the pro stand-up Patton Oswalt), present a fair challenge to his frankness and naïveté.
  17. megachains
    • 2007 January 3, Julie Bosman, “A Princeton Maverick Succumbs to a Cultural Shift”, New York Times:
      Independent bookstores, of course, have been under siege for nearly two decades by the megachains and the Web retailers, and have been steadily dropping away, one by one.
  18. minerality
    • 2007 January 3, Eric Asimov, “Ancient Messages, Hidden in a Dusty Bottle From Long Ago”, New York Times:
      But an hour later, around the time I might have thought exposure to air would have dried out an older wine, the ’39 Montrachet was just coming alive, with a beautiful, brilliant minerality.
  19. minimill
  20. multiscreen
  21. nonembodied
    • 2007 January 3, “3,000 Americans: Let Us Remember (6 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Thank you for publishing “The Roster of the Dead ” (Jan. 1) — pictures of the third thousand United States service members killed in Iraq — putting names and faces on what are otherwise nonembodied statistics.
  22. nonloving
  23. nonvote
    • 2007 January 3, Jer㉠Longman, “The Two Sides of Jim Tressel”, New York Times:
      Lloyd Carr, the Michigan coach, called Tressel’s nonvote “real slick.”
  24. osetra
    • 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “Agency Lifts Restrictions on Caviar”, New York Times:
      Except for Iranian osetra, any Caspian caviar now being sold is a year or two old, or illegal.
  25. saba
  26. sevruga
    • 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “Agency Lifts Restrictions on Caviar”, New York Times:
      The quotas issued by Cites for the 2007 harvest cover three kinds of sturgeon — sevruga, osetra from the northern Caspian, and Iranian osetra — for all Caspian Sea countries, Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan.
  27. shopaholism
    • 2007 January 3, Virginia Heffernan, “Hey! Never Underestimate the Average Joe”, New York Times:
      Yeah, she’s trim, organized and snippy, with the makeup, the Manhattan job and the shopaholism, but she’s also the one in the couple who can’t really grow up because she lives with her dad.
  28. sturgeons
    • 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “Agency Lifts Restrictions on Caviar”, New York Times:
      No quotas were given for beluga sturgeon, which is considered the most endangered of the major caviar sturgeons, and produces the most expensive caviar.
  29. tapenade
    • 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “From Banker to Baker in TriBeCa”, New York Times:
      The Trojan Horse, with ground lamb, tomato, yogurt sauce and mint, and the tuna, with marinated artichokes and olive tapenade, are two winners.
  30. tolars
  31. touchup
    • 2007 January 3, “Excerpts From Eulogies”, New York Times:
      But some of those jackets — I think that they’re eligible for a presidential pardon or at least a digital touchup.
  32. unattuned
    • 2007 January 3, Elissa Gootman, “Trying to Find Solutions in Chaotic Middle Schools”, New York Times:
      Middle schools, sometimes called intermediate schools, were created starting in the 1960s, after educators determined that seventh-through-ninth-grade junior high schools were excessively rigid and unattuned to adolescents’ personal development.
  33. unbrowned
    • 2007 January 3, Mark Bittman, “Brown, Slice, Brown, Sauce”, New York Times:
      They were good, he reported, but the unbrowned sides were unattractive.
  34. unmold
    • 2007 January 3, “Recipe: Timbale of Skate”, New York Times:
      Pack some fish or crab meat into a 4-ounce mold (a ½-cup metal measuring cup works fine) and unmold onto a platter.
  35. unspectacularly


  1. pergamont