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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-02 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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96929 tokens ‧ 72382 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8835 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.34%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antigang
    • 2007 October 2, Nina Bernstein, “Officials Protest Antigang Raids Focused on Immigrants”, New York Times:
      Nassau County officials today will call for a federal investigation into a series of antigang raids last week that resulted in the arrests of 186 immigrants on Long Island.
  2. antivirals
    • 2007 October 2, Jane E. Brody, “A Vaccine as an Option to Keep Shingles at Bay”, New York Times:
      Antiviral drugs, if taken early, can reduce the severity of subsequent post-herpetic neuralgia, but starting antivirals after PHN develops is of no help.
  3. cerrado *
    • 2007 October 2, Larry Rohter, “Scientists Are Making Brazil’s Savannah Bloom”, New York Times:
      Embrapa owes much of its reputation to its pioneering work here in the cerrado, the vast savannah that stretches for more than 1,000 miles across central Brazil.
  4. certifier
    • 2007 October 2, Andrew Downie, “Fair Trade in Bloom”, New York Times:
      “We see a real momentum now with big companies and institutions switching to fair trade,” said Paul Rice, president and chief executive of TransFair USA, the only independent fair trade certifier in the United States.
  5. certifiers
    • 2007 October 2, Andrew Downie, “Fair Trade in Bloom”, New York Times:
      According to Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International, a group of fair trade certifiers, consumers spent approximately $2.2 billion on certified products in 2006, a 42 percent increase over the previous year, benefiting over seven million people in developing countries.
  6. chemoradiotherapy
    • 2007 October 2, The Associated Press, “France: New Uses for Cancer Drug”, New York Times:
      The drug can now be used to treat locally advanced head and neck cancer before chemoradiotherapy and surgery, Sanofi-Aventis said.
  7. deportable
  8. easygoingness
  9. hypermanic
    • 2007 October 2, David Brooks, “Sal Paradise at 50”, New York Times:
      Someday some hypermanic kid will produce a moronically maxed-out adventure odyssey that will spark the overdue rebellion among all the over-pressured SAT grinds, and us grumpy midlife critics will get to witness a new Kerouac, and the greatest pent-up young-life crisis in the history of the world.
  10. intraoffice
  11. maneuverings
  12. megayacht
  13. memorialization
    • 2007 October 2, Elias E. Lopez, “Nameless Are Memorialized at Old African Burial Site”, New York Times:
      “This is an important milestone in the whole memorialization process,” said Howard Dodson, one of the early leaders in the development of the memorial and the chief of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture of the New York Public Library .
  14. minisub
    • 2007 October 2, John Tagliabue, “For the Yachting Class, the Latest Amenity Can Take Flight”, New York Times:
      The minisub, said Erik Hasselman, U-Boat Worx’s head of sales and marketing, is ideal for stowing on a yacht, but for safety reasons can dive only to about 160 feet, where there is still surface light.
  15. minisubmarines
  16. nondoctors
    • 2007 October 2, Eric Nagourney, “Reactions: Finding a Way to Help the Brain Deal With Pain”, New York Times:
      Writing in Current Biology, researchers from Taiwan and the University of Chicago described what occurred when two groups of people, doctors and nondoctors, were placed in M.R.I. machines and shown pictures of people in discomfort.
  17. nonexpression
  18. salps
  19. seagrass
  20. simvastatin
  21. stanozolol
  22. stormwater
    • 2007 October 2, Anthony Depalma, “City Agrees to Help Regulate Delaware River by Releasing Water From Reservoirs”, New York Times:
      Community groups have collected 12,000 signatures demanding that New York City permanently lower the levels of the Cannonsville, Pepacton and Neversink Reservoirs to 80 percent of capacity so that stormwater runoff can have a place to go rather than charging down the river in flash floods.
  23. sunglassed
    • 2007 October 2, Jeffrey Gettleman, “A Calm Voice From Embattled Eritrea”, New York Times:
      The streets are spotless, and when Mr. Isaias drives through town, it is not in a motorcade with whirling sirens and sunglassed police officers.
  24. telepresencing
    • 2007 October 2, Joe Sharkey, “Teleconferencing as Plan A, With Flying as a Backup”, New York Times:
      Teleconferencing — oops, telepresencing — aside, those of us who actually need to get on an airplane regularly are still left with a system in disrepair, with airlines under growing political pressure to shape up.
  25. unreckoned
    • 2007 October 2, Michiko Kakutani, “Seeking a Moral at the End of the Tale”, New York Times:
      In subsequent Zuckerman novels we learned that Nathan went on to achieve a very un-Lonoff-like fame with a scandalous best seller (not unlike Mr. Roth’s own “Portnoy’s Complaint”) that cut him off from his family and his past, and forced him to grapple with the unreckoned consequences of his art.
  26. unretouched
  27. virtuecrats
    • 2007 October 2, David Brooks, “Sal Paradise at 50”, New York Times:
      They run afoul of the new gentility, the rules laid down by the health experts, childcare experts, guidance counselors, safety advisers, admissions officers, virtuecrats and employers to regulate the lives of the young.


  1. lyme
    • 2007 October 2, Andrew C. Revkin, “Grim Outlook for Polar Bears”, New York Times:
      After binging on ringed seals early each year, this southern population, well below of the Arctic Circle, leaves the melting ice and scrounges snow geese and lyme grass, losing weight all summer.