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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-29 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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71444 tokens ‧ 52695 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7500 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.307%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antigang
    • 2007 January 29, Randal C. Archibold, “In Los Angeles, Antigang Efforts Start on the Street”, New York Times:
      The police abolished an elite antigang unit known as Crash, and a federal consent decree was imposed requiring a more stringent system of checks and balances among gang enforcement units.
  2. baritonal
    • 2007 January 29, Anne Midgette, “Marilyn Horne Puts Her Protégés on Parade in Song”, New York Times:
      Certainly Mr. Capalbo, who has a nice baritonal heft, didn’t sound completely at home in “Tres Poemas” by Joaquín Turina: he sang strongly but also often flat. Ms. Cooke, who has a smooth, grounded mezzo, and Ms. Strauss, who seems a little overeager to establish the strength of a good-size voice that needed a little more filling out, alternated in Dvorak’s “Ciganske Melodie” (“Gypsy Songs”).
  3. counterimage
    • 2007 January 29, Alan Cowell, “Russia Turns to Spin to Redefine Itself and Reassure the West”, New York Times:
      So the high-powered Russian delegation of political and business leaders spent part of the past week trying to project a counterimage, buttressed by slabs of statistics to display economic growth and sober stewardship in the service of market freedoms that should not alarm the West.
  4. crudenesses
  5. exonerations
  6. gass
    • 2007 January 29, Jon Pareles, “Restless Quick-Draw McGraws”, New York Times:
      Proton Proton, a Brooklyn band, opened the show with lean, hard-riffing, changeable rockers driven by an unusual instrument: the gass, a combination of guitar and bass.
  7. halfcourt
    • 2007 January 29, Pat Borzi, “Clock Expires as Comeback by Knicks Falls Short”, New York Times:
      Guard NATE ROBINSON had a halfcourt 3-point basket at the end of the first quarter disallowed on video review, because the clock showed time had expired before the ball left his hands.
  8. hyperspeed
    • 2007 January 29, “23-Month Campaign”, New York Times:
      This really is an election on hyperspeed.
  9. laminitis
    • 2007 January 29, Joe Drape, “Barbaro Faces a New Peril After Surgery”, New York Times:
      “It is not laminitis, but the undermining of the sole and part of the lateral heel region are potentially just as serious,” Richardson said.
  10. lockbox
  11. manifestolike
    • 2007 January 29, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      There’s something strangely manifestolike about this album.
  12. misidentification
    • 2007 January 29, Michael Wilson, “Queens Officer Stops Fight and Shoots One Assailant”, New York Times:
      The misidentification was cleared up when the man to whom the identification belonged, a 20-year-old who was not involved in the fight, came forward yesterday, the police said.
  13. noirs
  14. overmodulated
    • 2007 January 29, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Perhaps that’s why the first and title song of “Some Loud Thunder” is distorted to become nearly unlistenable, and the next track, “Emily Jean Stock,” is wrecked by overmodulated drums.
  15. postmatch
  16. probingly
    • 2007 January 29, Vivien Schweitzer, “Yes, Tonal. Have a Problem With That?”, New York Times:
      The contrasting moods of the five movements were probingly explored, and there was no weak link in the band.
  17. quartal
    • 2007 January 29, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Instead there are modern-jazz basics, done earnestly and energetically: quartal harmonies, call-and-response arrangements and a slug-it-out rearrangement of Monk’s “ ’Round Midnight,” taking the song through different moods and tempos.
  18. scarifyingly
    • 2007 January 29, Holland Cotter, “Feminist Art Finally Takes Center Stage”, New York Times:
      The performance was scarifyingly funny as a send-up of feminism’s much-maligned sexual “essentialism.”
  19. shotmaking
    • 2007 January 29, Christopher Clarey, “Contemporary Dominance Secure, Federer Is Now Measured by the Ages”, New York Times:
      It was a terrific set, full of bold shotmaking and lunging defense, with González’s blocs of fans inside and outside Rod Laver Arena providing plenty of positive reinforcement with their chants of “Chi-Chi-Chi, Le-Le-Le, Chile!
  20. tenorial
    • 2007 January 29, Bernard Holland, “In Opera’s Famous Pair of One-Acts, Tenor Doubles His Workload”, New York Times:
      Given the flat-out vocal and emotional muscle each part requires, not to mention the Met’s vast acoustical space needing to be filled, pitching tenorial woo at both ends of a doubleheader is not unheard of, but it is to be remarked on when it happens.