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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-26 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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70187 tokens ‧ 51219 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7189 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.334%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. anguishes
  2. camerata
  3. comebacker
    • 2007 February 26, Pat Borzi, “Giambi in the Infield Is Only a Spring Fling”, New York Times:
      The Yankees sent CARL PAVANO for X-rays and a magnetic resonance imaging test on his left foot Sunday, the day after he was struck by an Alberto González comebacker in batting practice.
  4. cyberlosers
  5. godspeed
  6. hitless
    • 2007 February 26, Pat Borzi, “Giambi in the Infield Is Only a Spring Fling”, New York Times:
      Though he hit a two-run homer in Game 1 of the first round of the American League playoffs against Detroit, Giambi went hitless in his other seven at-bats and sat out the season-ending 8-3 loss in Game 4.
  7. icebreaking
    • 2007 February 26, Andrew C. Revkin, “2-Year Study of Polar Changes Set to Begin”, New York Times:
      They will use gliding underwater robots, giant icebreaking ships, satellites and other technologies to explore polar climate, biology, geology and ocean chemistry, and they will undertake physics and astronomy studies that can be done only at the poles.
  8. litho
    • 2007 February 26, John Markoff, “Design on Diagonal Path in Pursuit of a Faster Chip”, New York Times:
      “It’s not a new concept — it’s been around since designers used litho paper and cut it by hand,” said Steve Meir, vice president for engineering at Synopsys, based in Sunnyvale, Calif.
  9. memorializer
    • 2007 February 26, Paul Vitello, “A Push for Citizenship to Honor Anne Frank, but It’s No Easy Sell”, New York Times:
      The idea was proposed three years ago on the 75th anniversary of Anne Frank’s birth by a Sayville resident named Christopher Bodkin, a Republican town councilman who is known around town as a kind of serial memorializer.
  10. midrace
  11. natured
  12. overdubbing
    • 2007 February 26, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Ms. Stern builds her songs by pecking and slashing: she often taps out staccato patterns on the fret board, overdubbing fuzzy power chords to give these skeletal lines weight and force.
  13. plainclothed
    • 2007 February 26, “When Our Freedom Is at Stake (4 Letters)”, New York Times:
      In fact, one wonders whether Judge Judith W. Rogers, a dissenting judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, truly understands that we are fighting a nation-less, plainclothed, civilian-targeting, prisoner-beheading enemy.
  14. radzimire
    • 2007 February 26, Eric Wilson, “Red Carpet Recycling: Who Said Knockoff?”, New York Times:
      Meryl Streep too was already taking heat last night for the papery black silk radzimire coat she covered with a hodgepodge of dancing coral and turquoise jewelry, but the broadcasters neglected to mention that Ms. Streep, one of the few actresses who refuses to hire a stylist, was in on the joke.
  15. scrappiness
    • 2007 February 26, Virginia Heffernan, “Dark-Star Irish Boys Spell Trouble”, New York Times:
      Sure, Mr. Haggis knows his sociological buttons: nostalgia for prejudice and Five Points scrappiness runs deep in the broad Irish-American middle class.
  16. semiformally
  17. shrimplike
    • 2007 February 26, Andrew C. Revkin, “2-Year Study of Polar Changes Set to Begin”, New York Times:
      Marine scientists will plumb the Arctic Ocean and productive waters around Antarctica to see how shifts in sea ice and ocean currents affect species from clouds of shrimplike krill to whales, penguins and polar bears.
  18. tearabout
  19. underperformance
    • 2007 February 26, Eric Dash, “Citigroup Finds Taker for Hard Job”, New York Times:
      Must be able to reverse a course of underperformance for which the company's chief executive has taken the blame.
  20. unexalted
  21. unpersuasively


  1. presentedthe = presented the