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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-20 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-26).

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81731 tokens ‧ 60815 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7977 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.288%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. accountholders
  2. culturist
    • 2007 October 20, Matt Higgins, “A Bruising Fight in Rough Water”, New York Times:
      Steve Dolan is an assistant manager and fish culturist at the Salmon River Hatchery in Altmar, outside Syracuse, where Lake Ontario’s king salmon are raised.
  3. entireties
    • 2007 October 20, Dan Mitchell, “I Want My Web TV”, New York Times:
      Even though CBS was offering many episodes in their entireties on its site and on services like iTunes, the blog called EyeLab “a small step backward.”
  4. fabulism
    • 2007 October 20, Ginia Bellafante, “She’s in Charge Now; No Time to Go Wobbly”, New York Times:
      That the adviser exists as the only likable male character is part of the show’s fabulism: he’s a 25-year-old driving himself batty trying to secure the attentions of a powerful woman well past 40.
  5. hivelike
    • 2007 October 20, Roberta Smith, “New York Stories: Art Torn Screaming From the Headlines, Then Hung on Walls”, New York Times:
      The black-and-white drawings produced in this hivelike project are monumental and emphatically handmade blowups of front pages from past issues of The New York Post and The Daily News. Ms. Mir, who lives in Palermo, Italy, selects and groups the pages, often on the spot, from a 14-year archive of tabloid covers currently stored in the gallery’s back room.
  6. investable
    • 2007 October 20, Paul B. Brown, “Millionaires by the Millions”, New York Times:
      “Of the 114 million houses in the U.S., roughly 109 million, or 95 percent, have less than $1 million in investable assets,” writes Elizabeth O’Brien.
  7. loosies
    • 2007 October 20, Erik Eckholm, “The Smoking Scourge Among Urban Blacks”, New York Times:
      In a stepped-up antismoking campaign, Baltimore officials are offering free nicotine patches or gum and are considering stronger measures to control sales of loosies, which are easily available to youngsters.
  8. meatheads
    • 2007 October 20, Ginia Bellafante, “She’s in Charge Now; No Time to Go Wobbly”, New York Times:
      Set in present-day England, “Mrs. Pritchard” is a populist women’s-lib fairy tale, the story of a feisty supermarket manager and matron named Ros Pritchard (Jane Horrocks ) who, after seeing two candidates for Parliament get into a mindless pre-election tussle outside her store, decides that she could probably be a better legislator than most of the meatheads out there.
  9. retighten
    • 2007 October 20, Michael Luo, “For 3 Candidates, a Test on Religion”, New York Times:
      One evening, however, a guard loosened the ropes for him, he said, and then returned at the end of his shift to retighten them.
  10. rudbeckias
    • 2007 October 20, Thomas C. Cooper, “How Green Is My Garden?”, New York Times:
      So I joined the town’s yard waste recycling program, filling brown paper bags with spent flowers of phlox, rudbeckias and day lilies, overripe eggplants, tomatoes and zucchini, and tying up bundles of woody stalks and stems — roses, crab apples, peaches, ornamental grasses, grapes, viburnums, willows, butterfly bush and hollies.
  11. sylphide
    • 2007 October 20, Anne Midgette, “After 262 Years, a Sylph King’s Debut”, New York Times:
      William Sharp had the fleeting part of Zulim, and Ah Young Hong showed a lovely voice with round, soft low notes and a sugar-sweet top as a nymph and a sylphide.
  12. unsubsidized
    • 2007 October 20, Celia W. Dugger, “World Bank Report Puts Agriculture at Core of Antipoverty Effort”, New York Times:
      The report found, for example, that if European countries, the United States and other wealthy nations removed all tariffs and subsidies for cotton, soybeans and other oilseeds — practices that reduce the world price of those commodities and make it harder for unsubsidized farmers in poor countries to compete — developing countries’ share of world trade in cotton and oilseeds would be more than 80 percent in 2015 instead of only about half.
  13. unswirled
    • 2007 October 20, Seth Mydans, “Thai Police Arrest Pedophile Suspect”, New York Times:
      On Friday, the Thai police said he was under arrest and charged as a pedophile after computer experts had unswirled the digitally altered face in a virtuoso act of electronic decoding.
  14. winnowings
    • 2007 October 20, Thomas C. Cooper, “How Green Is My Garden?”, New York Times:
      At first I tried to handle the seasonal winnowings with a large three-bin compost device.