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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-20 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

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100621 tokens ‧ 74866 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8991 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.267%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. boho
  2. caipirinhas
    • 2007 September 20, Eric Wilson, “Blame It on Rio and Gisele”, New York Times:
      They thought of, I don’t know, monkeys and caipirinhas and samba.”
  3. capri *
  4. dancerly
    • 2007 September 20, Alastair Macaulay, “An Artist Turned Toward Complexity”, New York Times:
      All of this might seem dry, if Mr. Cunningham did not always seek out what is dancerly, finding contrast while avoiding cliché.
  5. hangarlike
    • 2007 September 20, Zarah Crawford, “You Won’t Believe Who I Saw at Kohl’s”, New York Times:
      I WAS waiting in the checkout line of the hangarlike Kohl’s store at Ceasar’s Bay Bazaar in Brooklyn, my arms full of clothes, when a white-haired lady sidled up to me.
  6. headstart *
    • 2007 September 20, Anne Raver, “For a Beloved Mother, an Elegy in Nature”, New York Times:
      We tolled the old church bell 94 times — an ancient practice, my sister said, to help the soul get a headstart to wherever it was going — and headed for the farm to feast on some of her favorite foods: chicken salad and biscuits, thin sliced smoked ham and tomatoes fresh from the garden.
  7. hugfest
    • 2007 September 20, Anthony Tommasini, “Familiar Dvorak, Redeemed With a Cellist’s Many Colors”, New York Times:
      During the prolonged standing ovation, Mr. Ma, who always comes across as someone who thinks himself very lucky to be where he is, engaged in a hugfest with every Philharmonic player within reach.
  8. indigency
    • 2007 September 20, Francis X. Clines, “A Withered Harvest in the Bronx”, New York Times:
      Further down the food chain, this means the more than 1,000 soup kitchens, food pantries and charity shelters that are primarily supplied by the food bank are being forced into their own kind of institutional indigency, begging elsewhere for help.
  9. lipodissolve
    • 2007 September 20, Natasha Singer, “Feel Pudgy? There’s a Shot for That”, New York Times:
      “Cosmetic medicine is an incredibly frightening and unregulated frontier right now,” said Dr. Audrey G. Kunin, a dermatologist who lives in Mission Hills, Kan., who said she has been discouraging fellow Kansans from getting lipodissolve treatments.
  10. outpointed
    • 2007 September 20, Frank Litsky, “The Bell Tolls 10 Times for the Ring at Madison Square Garden”, New York Times:
      The ring made its debut in 1925 for a light-heavyweight title fight in which Paul Berlenbach outpointed Jack Delaney (a French-Canadian born Ovila Chapdelaine, whose last name, to American ears, sounded like Jack Delaney).
  11. palaeontologist *
    • 2007 September 20, Reuters, “Dinosaurs Joined Early”, New York Times:
      The find sheds light on the life of the beaked dinosaur Psittacosaurus and on the origins of social behavior in its descendants, including the horned Triceratops, said Paul Barrett, a palaeontologist at Britain ’s Natural History Museum, who led the study.
  12. playsets
    • 2007 September 20, Alessandra Stanley, “Just Like a Supervised ‘Real World,’ for Children”, New York Times:
      No car DVD players, Super Mario Galaxy, Count Chocula, Sweet 16 parties, homework tutors, iPhones, Heelys Roller shoes or Polly Pocket So Hip Cruise Ship playsets.
  13. postconcert
    • 2007 September 20, Anthony Tommasini, “Familiar Dvorak, Redeemed With a Cellist’s Many Colors”, New York Times:
      Two couples seated in the row before me, dressed for the postconcert opening-night dinner at the hall, spent much time during the Dvorak symphony performance perusing the list of patrons in their programs.
  14. postrelease
    • 2007 September 20, Motoko Rich, “That Plan to Push That Book Goes Poof”, New York Times:
      In the case of Alan Greenspan’s memoir, “The Age of Turbulence,” which officially went on sale Monday, Penguin Press, the publisher, followed a tried-and-true game plan: It arranged an interview with Mr. Greenspan on “60 Minutes,” sold exclusive excerpts to a national magazine (Newsweek), scheduled postrelease appearances on “Today” and other shows, and embargoed copies to reviewers.
  15. prescheduled
  16. roomlike
    • 2007 September 20, Virginia Gardiner, “An Irish House Hides in Plain Sight”, New York Times:
      He met Ms. Weir and Mr. Walker in 2001, and began planning their house soon after, while on a vacation in Paris where he was inspired by a retrospective of the artist Dan Graham, whose roomlike structures mirror their surroundings.
  17. tapeless
    • 2007 September 20, David Pogue, “Beware the Tapeless Camcorder”, New York Times:
      Most tapeless camcorders, on the other hand, store video in a variation of a format called MPEG-2.
  18. trendlet
    • 2007 September 20, Ruth La Ferla, “Between a Tan and a Hard Frost”, New York Times:
      Shorts ensembles were not the only trendlet inspired by falling temperatures.
  19. unbureaucratically
    • 2007 September 20, Reuters, “Workers in Nazi Era Ghettos to Be Paid”, New York Times:
      “The aim is to get the payment to the elderly applicants as quickly and as unbureaucratically as possible,” the ministry said.
  20. yellowwood