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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-10 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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98526 tokens ‧ 73162 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8916 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.336%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antitax
  2. ballfields
    • 2007 October 10, Andy Newman, “Kind Words for Torre, From Marine Park to the Bronx”, New York Times:
      Beside the ballfields at Marine Park in Brooklyn, where pudgy young Joe Torre grew up and where he smacked some of his first home runs, Bob Rosenstein, walking the track after a lunchtime run, spoke admiringly of Mr. Torre’s work for domestic violence victims and for young athletes.
  3. caucusgoers
  4. composter
    • 2007 October 10, J. Michael Kennedy, “Seattle’s Recycling Success Is Being Measured in Scraps”, New York Times:
      The company, the major composter in this area, will soon have much more trash coming its way because Seattle is making food waste yet another mandatory recycling ingredient in its already long list.
  5. curmudgeonliest
    • 2007 October 10, Rachel Aviv, “File-Sharing Students Fight Copyright Constraints”, New York Times:
      At Brown, David Harrington, a senior who did not join the new chapter, said he sometimes felt like the “grumpiest, curmudgeonliest old man in the conversation” for understanding the position of the recording industry.
  6. fizzify
    • 2007 October 10, Lawrence Downes, “A Do-It-Yourselfer Taps His Effervescent Spirit”, New York Times:
      Meet those requirements and you can have seltzer on demand — vast, Big Rock Candy Mountain quantities of seltzer, or soda, or sparkling juice, or whatever else you choose to fizzify, for pennies a bottle.
  7. formidability
    • 2007 October 10, Roberta Smith, “Going the Way of All Flesh, Artistically”, New York Times:
      As Damien Hirst’s diamond-encrusted platinum skull has recently indicated, Death’s formidability often encourages extravagance. Mr. Fabre covers a skull in brilliantly colored beetle shells; Mr. Van Oost casts one in silver (with a hand poking its eyes out).
  8. labral
    • 2007 October 10, Howard Beck, “Some Good Knicks News: Curry Will Miss Less Time”, New York Times:
      If anything were to brighten Thomas’s sour mood, it would be a positive report on Curry, which came yesterday afternoon. Dr. Answorth Allen, the team orthopedist, reviewed Curry’s magnetic resonance imaging exam and confirmed the initial diagnosis: a labral tear with no rotator cuff damage.
  9. muscadet
  10. neophobic
    • 2007 October 10, Kim Severson, “Picky Eaters? They Get It From You”, New York Times:
      Their children are not only picky eaters, prone to reject foods they once seemed to love, but they are also neophobic, which means they fear new food.
  11. nondriver
  12. nonleague
    • 2007 October 10, Campbell Robertson, “Broadway Negotiations at a Standstill”, New York Times:
      If the league declares a lockout, it could start immediately or after a period of several days, and it would affect all the shows currently on Broadway except for four — “Mary Poppins,” “Pygmalion,” “Mauritius” and “The Ritz” — which are playing at nonleague theaters.
  13. nonrecyclable
  14. nontechnology
    • 2007 October 10, Joe Sharkey, “U.S. Again Rejects a Shoe Scanner”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile, he said, “we press ahead with already successful nontechnology benefits,” among them concierges who assist Clear members at checkpoints.
  15. overexpanded
    • 2007 October 10, David M. Herszenhorn, “Capitol Feud: A 12-Year-Old Is the Fodder”, New York Times:
      Republicans on Capitol Hill, who were gearing up to use Graeme as evidence that Democrats have overexpanded the health program to include families wealthy enough to afford private insurance, have backed off.
  16. pageantlike
  17. preachery
    • 2007 October 10, Adam Nossiter, “In Mississippi, Democrat Runs in G.O.P. Lane”, New York Times:
      “Governor, just come clean, tell us where your treasure is,” Mr. Eaves intoned in a preachery sing-song at last week’s debate.
  18. rootstock
    • 2007 October 10, Eric Asimov, “Taking a Closer Look at Wine’s Conventional Wisdom”, New York Times:
      Yields depend on many variables, including the type of grape, the age of the vines, the soil in which they are planted, the type of rootstock, the trellising system and the climate.
  19. sinkerball
  20. subleasing
  21. submarining
    • 2007 October 10, The Associated Press, “Indians May Have Help in Otherworldly Season”, New York Times:
      In 1920, after Chapman was killed by a pitch from Carl Mays, a submarining right-hander for the Yankees, the Indians brought up a young shortstop, Joe Sewell, whose arrival pushed Cleveland to its first World Series title, a championship the Indians dedicated to Chapman.
  22. subtheme
    • 2007 October 10, “Unmuzzling the Federal Watchdogs”, New York Times:
      The need for bolstering some 50 federal inspectors general has become a grim subtheme of the Bush administration’s arrogant massing of executive power.
  23. unmeritorious
    • 2007 October 10, Linda Greenhouse, “Plaintiffs Face Skeptical Court in Key Fraud Case”, New York Times:
      Justice Scalia’s comments echoed the often-heard complaints of the defense bar that shareholder litigation poses such a threat to a public company that it forces the defendant to settle even unmeritorious lawsuits.
  24. unpatented
    • 2007 October 10, Celia W. Dugger, “In Africa, Prosperity From Seeds Falls Short”, New York Times:
      Developed with financing from wealthy countries and private foundations, the New Rices for Africa, or Nericas, are unpatented and may be grown by anyone.
  25. wasna
  26. wizardlike


  1. pfffffffff
  2. pignoli *
    • 2007 October 10, Melissa Clark, “The Urban Farmer’s Autumn Ritual”, New York Times:
      My pesto research finds books commanding that it is important to use Genovese basil, Italian pignoli nuts, Ligurian olive oil, Parmigiano-Reggiano or pecorino cheese and good sea salt.