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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-09 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-04).

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65200 tokens ‧ 47555 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7322 types ‧ 26 (~ 0.355%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bandoneonist
    • 2007 April 9, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      The compositions are all Mr. Saluzzi’s except for “Ojos Negros,” written in the early 20th century by the bandoneonist Vicente Greco, but they all have an outside-of-history feeling.
  2. bombmaking
    • 2007 April 9, Edward Wong, “Patterns of War Shift in Iraq Amid U.S. Buildup”, New York Times:
      Soldiers from the Second Battlion, 12th Cavalry conducted a weapons raid in Baghdad with the Iraqi Army after one of the three detained men said he knew of a bombmaking factory.
  3. clinged
  4. colonialization
    • 2007 April 9, Anne Midgette, “Artist’s Video Adds Magic to ‘Flute’”, New York Times:
      After his “Flute” had its premiere, Mr. Kentridge explored its “political unconscious” in a piece called “Black Box” for the Guggenheim Berlin that presented some of the disastrous consequences of the German colonialization of Africa, like the massacre of the Herero people in what is now Namibia in the early 20th century.
  5. cutinase
    • 2007 April 9, Matthew L. Wald, “A Plastic Wrapper Today Could Be Fuel Tomorrow”, New York Times:
      The enzyme, cutinase, is present in nature, made by parasites to eat through the shiny surfaces of tree leaves, so the parasite can suck nutrients out of the inner parts.
  6. digestif *
    • 2007 April 9, Edward Rothstein, “Sampling, if Not Digesting, the Digital Library”, New York Times:
      Finally, as a digestif, there is the complete Dickens or the complete Darwin, or more novels by Horatio Alger Jr. than can be healthily read.
  7. multidenominational
  8. multihomer
  9. noncarbonated
    • 2007 April 9, Danny Hakim, “A Budget That Covers All the Bases”, New York Times:
      After the Senate rejected his budget proposal to require nickel deposits on bottles of noncarbonated beverages like water and iced tea, Governor Spitzer said he was still “hopeful that we will have a bottle bill, in some form, this legislative session.”
  10. nonforcing
  11. outpitched
    • 2007 April 9, The Associated Press, “Eleven Walks Not Enough to Break Phillies’ Slump”, New York Times:
      CARDINALS 10, ASTROS 1 Albert Pujols hit a two-run homer to snap out of a 1-for-17 slump and Kip Wells outpitched his college teammate Jason Jennings as visiting St. Louis defeated Houston.
  12. overcriticize
  13. pacificism
    • 2007 April 9, Janet Maslin, “The Scale of Einstein, From Faith to Formulas”, New York Times:
      (“Einstein would become a supporter of world federalism, internationalism, pacificism, and democratic socialism, with a strong devotion to individual liberty and freedom of expression.”)
  14. shortgrass
    • 2007 April 9, Dan Frosch, “Ranchers and Army Are at Odds in Old West”, New York Times:
      Like many cowboys and ranchers from the region, Mr. McKinley’s family settled in southeastern Colorado’s shortgrass prairie lands as part of the Federal Homestead Act of 1862.
  15. stressfree
  16. unpretentiousness
  17. woundedness
    • 2007 April 9, Stephen Holden, “Reflections on a Diva Who Withers Not”, New York Times:
      As she did in “Lady Sings the Blues” all those years ago, Ms. Ross translated Holiday’s animal woundedness into a weepy, soap-opera pseudo-sincerity.


Hawaiian Pidgin English[edit]

  1. blalahs
  2. buddaheads
  3. hapa *
  4. hapaness
  5. katonks
  6. pakes
  7. popolos
  8. portagees
  9. titas