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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-22 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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79032 tokens ‧ 58072 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7945 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.239%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. conventiongoers
    • 2007 October 22, Jon Pareles, “Play Well, and May the Blog Buzz Be With You”, New York Times:
      But they could have filled bigger spaces with all the name-tagged conventiongoers who wanted to see them, if only to claim bragging rights that they had witnessed what might be the next Arcade Fire (a band Black Kids could hardly resemble less).
  2. cornhusk
    • 2007 October 22, Tina Kelley, “A Festival Where Wool Is the Main Attraction”, New York Times:
      For those not entirely enamored of fiber, the festival offered lessons in making cornhusk dolls, a maze made of hay bales where children could pedal baby tractors, and a pumpkin-carving display by the nearby Culinary Institute of America — including a jack-o’-lantern spewing seeds and pumpkin innards, which engrossed and grossed out the passers-by.
  3. downgradings
  4. emoter
    • 2007 October 22, Ben Brantley, “When Time Dims a Star, Life Can Be a Real Drag”, New York Times:
      He has been a ditsy ingénue (“Psycho Beach Party”), an exotic woman of the world (“Shanghai Moon”), an earnest emoter at the peak of her respectable fame (“The Lady in Question”) and a claw-wielding sex kitten who never grows old (“Vampire Lesbians of Sodom,” the 1980s Off Broadway hit that made him famous).
  5. freestyles
    • 2007 October 22, The New York Times, “Critics’ Choice”, New York Times:
      And while Hurricane Chris excels at loopy rhymes that sound like freestyles, this album doesn’t give him much chance to show off his antic approach.
  6. gutsily
    • 2007 October 22, Jennifer Dunning, “Tracing Evolution of Works and a Style”, New York Times:
      The men stand out in robust dancing, with Mr. Trevitt the gutsily muscular heart of the male trios that are in turn the ballet’s heart.
  7. melodramatization
    • 2007 October 22, The New York Times, “Critics’ Choice”, New York Times:
      And her cover of “I Told You So,” a late-’80s hit by Randy Travis, is a surprisingly effective melodramatization; compared with his rather quiet, wistful version, hers is downright operatic.
  8. minimessages
  9. nonanswers
  10. nonreaders
  11. rekick
    • 2007 October 22, The Associated Press, “Titan Sets Record With Eight Field Goals”, New York Times:
      The Texans recovered their first onside kick attempt but had to rekick after an illegal formation penalty.
  12. samoun
    • 2007 October 22, Alissa J. Rubin, “Confusion on Deaths After Fighting in Sadr City”, New York Times:
      “I was holding the samoun in my arms in a big bag,” said Ali Saiedi, adding that he was taking the bread home for his eight siblings and his parents.
  13. shawled
  14. sinfonietta
  15. superwash
  16. yeastily
    • 2007 October 22, Jennifer Dunning, “Tracing Evolution of Works and a Style”, New York Times:
      Mr. Wheeldon’s skewed and tangled lifts and his placement of dancers reclining on the floor look shockingly but yeastily iconoclastic in an evening shared with George Balanchine or Peter Martins at the New York City Ballet , where he honed his craft as resident choreographer.


  1. neckware = neckwear
    • 2007 October 22, David Carr, “The Gospel According to Mr. Colbert”, New York Times:
      The incipient generation of news consumers has made it clear that it does not want to see a bunch of guys with really nice neckware standing on the White House lawn talking about what they did not learn in the press room behind them and then flick at “sources” who suggest that “one thing is clear.”