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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-22 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-01).

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75461 tokens ‧ 55638 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7796 types ‧ 35 (~ 0.449%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. anthropomorphist
    • 2007 January 22, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      (Instead of do-re-mi-fa-sol, it’s “Foals in winter coats”; Mr. Mercer is a hard-core anthropomorphist.)
  2. antisatellite
    • 2007 January 22, David E. Sanger, “U.S. Tries to Interpret China’s Silence Over Test”, New York Times:
      As a result, officials said, the Chinese test is likely to prompt an urgent new effort inside the Bush administration to find ways to counter China’s antisatellite technology.
  3. balletmaster
  4. caricatural
    • 2007 January 22, Holland Cotter, “Toy-Size Sculptures That Play With Adult-Size Emotions”, New York Times:
      This largish piece is both smooth and rough, flat and in-the-round, caricatural but — as the man looks sideways at the woman and she looks away, wide-eyed — loving.
  5. coffeelike
    • 2007 January 22, Anne Midgette, “Nuances Illuminate Tales From Stringed Storytellers”, New York Times:
      In Debussy’s quartet, which opened the evening with changing cloudscapes of golden music, tinged with a buzz of coffeelike bitterness, Mr. Schranz and Mr. Fejer began the third movement alone in a clear, quiet exchange of phrases.
  6. counterpuncher
    • 2007 January 22, Christopher Clarey, “In Another Plot Twist, Williams Is a Contender”, New York Times:
      Peer, a determined 19-year-old counterpuncher now being coached part time by José Higueras, upset third-seeded Svetlana Kuznetsova, 6-4, 6-2, after saving two match points against Tatiana Golovin in the third round.
  7. desexualize
  8. genuses
  9. governmentally
    • 2007 January 22, “A Lawyer’s Free Speech (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      As a lawyer who has often been condemned for representing the despised, I understand how important it is to our legal system that lawyers remain entirely free to choose their clients without fear of governmentally imposed or suggested sanctions.
  10. insightfully
    • 2007 January 22, Janet Maslin, “Out of the Cradle, Endlessly Talking About the Family”, New York Times:
      He then goes on to write insightfully about the near-pathological clinginess that kept Catharine unmarried but unshakably attached to another of her brothers, Robert, and a self-
  11. midmovie
    • 2007 January 22, David Carr, “M dot Strange Finds a Way at Sundance”, New York Times:
      But his film received a premiere last Friday night at midnight at the Egyptian Theater, a coveted slot at Sundance, and quite a few members of the audience left midmovie.
  12. murderabilia
  13. outrushed
  14. overreliance
    • 2007 January 22, Gina Kolata, “Faith in Quick Test Leads to Epidemic That Wasn’t”, New York Times:
      There are no national data on pseudo-epidemics caused by an overreliance on such molecular tests, said Dr. Trish M. Perl, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins and past president of the Society of Health Care Epidemiologists of America.
  15. overtopping
    • 2007 January 22, Jacques Leslie, “Before the Flood”, New York Times:
      Consider that in October 2005 and last May, two strong but hardly cataclysmic New England rain storms caused the overtopping or breaching of more than 400 dams in three states; a much fiercer storm would compromise far more dams, worsening flooding and potentially endangering thousands of people.
  16. overworn
  17. playland
  18. poeticisms
    • 2007 January 22, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      A few lines bring lush poeticisms, “leafy fruit-flowers” and “the memory of the white of a page.”
  19. postproduction
  20. quotably
  21. scrims
    • 2007 January 22, Steve Smith, “In Austin, Echoes of a Distant War in an Opera’s American Premiere”, New York Times:
      Mummified mannequins dangling above the set, illuminated from within, were a heavy-handed touch, but the designer George Tsypin’s translucent scrims and painted drops beautifully conveyed the passage of sun-blasted days and bone-chilling nights on the edge of civilization.
  22. tastemaking
  23. underfinancing
    • 2007 January 22, Shaila Dewan, “Election Ad Aggravates a Racial Divide in Atlanta”, New York Times:
      She explained that she was speaking out not against all Republicans but the right-wing views that in Georgia led to a state constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, a bill requiring voters to show photo identification, and what she believes is a dangerous underfinancing of health care and other social services.
  24. unsatirical
    • 2007 January 22, Matthew Healey, “Bulletin! Washington Post Decides to Go for the Satirical”, New York Times:
      The Onion, which parodies the kind of earnest reporting that you find in real newspapers like The Washington Post itself (a recent example: “Rumsfeld Leaves Most Recent Job Off Resumé”) will keep control over its editorial content, including its (unsatirical) entertainment reviews.
  25. vampirish


  1. hypercrisp: not currently attestable