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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-07 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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92362 tokens ‧ 67695 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8608 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.453%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. basmati
    • 2007 February 7, Harold Mcgee, “In a Bottle, the Scent of a Mouse”, New York Times:
      The basmati note develops as the solution gets thick and sticky, then disappears when it turns brown.
  2. blogmaster
  3. bottarga
    • 2007 February 7, Marian Burros, “What the Egg Was First”, New York Times:
      Other experiments, including drying the eggs to use as a topping like bottarga, were less successful.
  4. cheflike
    • 2007 February 7, Kate Sekules, “The Best Town to Make an Upper Lip Stiff”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bradsell earned his renown with an exhaustive knowledge of classic cocktails, precision and speed in constructing them, and, especially, a cheflike ability to build on them continually.
  5. jiu
  6. kupunas
  7. malolactic
    • 2007 February 7, Harold Mcgee, “In a Bottle, the Scent of a Mouse”, New York Times:
      Also strongly implicated in mousiness are lactic acid bacteria, including at least one strain that winemakers add intentionally when they want to carry out malolactic fermentation.
  8. multiagency
    • 2007 February 7, David Johnston, “A U.S. Attorney Was Removed Without Cause, Official Says”, New York Times:
      One disputed case involves H. E. Cummins III, a United States attorney in Arkansas who was asked to step down last summer although his office had increased drug and firearms prosecutions and he had helped organize a multiagency counterterrorism council.
  9. multirole
  10. newsmaking
    • 2007 February 7, David M. Halbfinger, “Hollywood Takes Its Concerns About Piracy and Taxes to Washington”, New York Times:
      In a rare moment of newsmaking, Barry M. Meyer, the chairman of Warner Brothers, issued a sharp rebuke to the president of the Consumer Electronics Association, Gary Shapiro, who warned in January that antipiracy efforts could “smother” technological progress and said that “private conduct may be unauthorized, but that does not mean it is piracy.”
  11. nonfossil
  12. nongreasy
    • 2007 February 7, Julia Moskin, “Koreans Share Their Secret for Chicken With a Crunch”, New York Times:
      Many Asian cooking traditions include deep-fried chicken, but the popular cult of crunchy, spicy, perfectly nongreasy chicken — the apotheosis of the Korean style — is a recent development.
  13. nubbly
  14. outpitched
    • 2007 February 7, Richard Goldstein, “Lew Burdette, Masterful Pitcher, Dies at 80”, New York Times:
      He beat the Yankees, 4-2, at Yankee Stadium in Game 2, outpitched Whitey Ford in a 1-0 victory in Game 5 in Milwaukee, and then, pitching on two days’ rest because Spahn had the flu, threw a 5-0 shutout at Yankee Stadium in Game 7.
  15. outpolled
    • 2007 February 7, Martin Plissner, “Ready for Obama Already”, New York Times:
      Most significantly, General Powell would have won the race because of the support of white voters — Bill Clinton outpolled him 2 to 1 among the blacks surveyed.
  16. pyridines
    • 2007 February 7, Harold Mcgee, “In a Bottle, the Scent of a Mouse”, New York Times:
      So maybe the basmati molecule needs more time to go bad, or maybe it only gets that way when it hangs out with the wrong chemical company, the pyridines.
  17. redeveloper
    • 2007 February 7, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      Charting the financial schemes and political dreams of an urban redeveloper poised to announce his candidacy for mayor, it will be directed by Kenny Leon and star H arry Lennix and the Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins .
  18. selectwoman
  19. spirelike
  20. stagings
    • 2007 February 7, Roslyn Sulcas, “A Star Dancer Looks for a New World to Conquer”, New York Times:
      Some of us remember more coherent stagings and more convincing presentation from other companies,” John Percival wrote at Danceviewtimes.d. com .)
  21. stepgrandchildren
    • 2007 February 7, Matthew L. Wald, “M. Lamar Muse, 86, Dies; Led Southwest Airlines”, New York Times:
      Other survivors are his son, Michael, and daughters, Diane Muse Kinnan and Deborah Ann Muse, both of Dallas, and Lisa Muse of Liberty Hill, Tex.; a sister, Marian Thompson of Palestine, Tex.; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two stepdaughters; and two stepgrandchildren.
  22. strozzapreti
  23. uncelebrated
    • 2007 February 7, David M. Halbfinger, “Hollywood Takes Its Concerns About Piracy and Taxes to Washington”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 — Hollywood has often been a whipping boy here, but with a new Congress in session, the heads of the major movie studios converged on the capital Tuesday to pitch their industry in the unaccustomed role of good guy: boon to the trade balance, engine of economic growth, polisher of the nation’s image and employer of a big, uncelebrated, middle-class work force.
  24. zinfandels
    • 2007 February 7, Florence Fabricant, “Food Calendar”, New York Times:
      A free tasting of wines — from Champagne to zinfandels — will be held on Feb. 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. with chocolates to nibble at Union Square Wines & Spirits, 140 Fourth Avenue (13th Street).


  1. grippin = gripping