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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-26 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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101844 tokens ‧ 75102 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9415 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.319%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. chainwide
    • 2007 October 26, Motoko Rich, “Japanese Bookstore Expands Its Horizons”, New York Times:
      Jim Killen, the chainwide manga buyer for Barnes & Noble, said it had a couple thousand titles in its database in English translation.
  2. charismatically
    • 2007 October 26, Andy Newman, “And Staten Island, Too”, New York Times:
      Mr. Johansen would seem to be making the biggest leap of the three, less in exploring new musical turf, which after all is his stock in trade, than in booting himself off center stage and bowing out of his familiar role as charismatically hammy master of ceremonies.
  3. chinars
    • 2007 October 26, Holland Cotter, “Treasures From a Land in Tumult”, New York Times:
      The lakes, the gardens, the chinars golden in autumn, the Himalayas all around.
  4. composerly
    • 2007 October 26, Andy Newman, “And Staten Island, Too”, New York Times:
      (Mr. Johansen confirmed this, though it did not stop him from donning reading glasses to look over Mr. Coes shoulder at the score in proper composerly fashion.)
  5. darks
    • 2007 October 26, Ken Johnson, “Minding the Gap Between Rarefied and Local Art Culture”, New York Times:
      A video called Intertextuality that shows a chicken wandering around on a city street has been altered to give it the high-contrast darks and lights and the intense, fruity color of an Andy Warhol painting.
  6. grippy
    • 2007 October 26, Nathaniel Vinton, “Millers Back Is Ailing”, New York Times:
      The kind of snow we were training on was hard, grippy show and it definitely puts your spinal cord in some compromising positions, Miller wrote on his blog.
  7. lightninglike
  8. linescore
  9. masklike
    • 2007 October 26, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The works from early in the decade have a masklike, totemic quality, reminiscent of Gorky and early Pollock.
  10. megatonnage
    • 2007 October 26, Dennis Hevesi, “Randall Forsberg, 64, Nuclear Freeze Advocate, Dies”, New York Times:
      That simple idea gained increasing public support in the late 1970s and early 80s as an alternative to the complexities of the arms race, with its continuing posturing and intermittent negotiations about megatonnage, throw weight and inspections.
  11. nonaviation
    • 2007 October 26, Matthew Preusch, “Cleared for Lunching: The $100 Hamburger”, New York Times:
      The Airport Cafe is a place where fliers rub shoulders with local office and factory workers on weekends, eating $100 omelets like the meat-filled Bogey Man, whose actual, nonaviation price is $8.95.
  12. nonearthbound
    • 2007 October 26, Matthew Preusch, “Cleared for Lunching: The $100 Hamburger”, New York Times:
      Land in a notable plane like a speedy Columbia 400 or a backcountry-bound De Havilland and these gearheads will probably favor you with a nod or even wander over for some nonearthbound conversation.
  13. nonemployees
    • 2007 October 26, The New York Times, “Lazard History Wins Book Prize”, New York Times:
      Other finalists included Zoom, by Iain Carson and Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran, on the efforts to develop an alternative-fuel automobile; The Age of Turbulence, by Alan Greenspan , a memoir; Immigrants, by Philippe Legrain, a case for expanded immigration worldwide; The Black Swan, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, a meditation on the importance of unforeseeable events; and Wikinomics, by Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams, a description of businesses that have prospered by finding ways of collaborating with nonemployees.
  14. nonhospital
    • 2007 October 26, Winnie Hu, New York Times[1]:
      But on Wednesday, the Board of Health agreed to consider requiring the reporting of nonhospital cases of staph infections.
  15. nonlitigious
  16. nonsoluble
  17. nyctohylophobia
    • 2007 October 26, Dan Levin, “Home, Sweet ... Yikes!”, New York Times:
      Mr. Burroughs might take comfort that there is a name for his neurosis: nyctohylophobia, or the fear of dark, wooded areas.
  18. paybacks
  19. postmillennium
    • 2007 October 26, Andy Newman, “And Staten Island, Too”, New York Times:
      Then it was on to the Dolls; a solo career as blue-eyed soul shouter; Buster Poindexter; and his postmillennium backwoods-music project, David Johansen and the Harry Smiths, named for the compiler of the Anthology of American Folk Music.
  20. prepopulist
    • 2007 October 26, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      STANWYCK REDUX (Tuesday) An extension of the Brooklyn Academy of Music s popular Barbara Stanwyck series from last spring, featuring that Brooklyn bombshell in one of her strongest pre-Code films, The Miracle Woman, a thinly veiled portrait of the evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson directed, in his prepopulist phase, by Frank Capra.
  21. ptooey
  22. rockscapes
    • 2007 October 26, Andy Newman, “And Staten Island, Too”, New York Times:
      The Moon Gate of Uncommon Beauty is a round portal between two gently surreal rockscapes in the Chinese Scholars Garden at the Staten Island Botanical Garden, not far from Mr. Johansens home on the islands north shore.
  23. sneakered
    • 2007 October 26, Christopher Percy Collier, “Riding the Rapids on Deliverance River”, New York Times:
      Soon a pale, sneakered leg emerged from the churning water. Mr. Burton reached to pull his charge back to the raft, and after a few moments of floating in the opposite direction, Mr. Kraft was hoisted up, unharmed.
  24. twelvefold
    • 2007 October 26, Martin Fackler, “Sony Profit Spikes on Sales of Consumer Electronics”, New York Times:
      Yesterday, Sony said operating profit at the electronics division had risen twelvefold, to 106.9 billion yen ($939 million), as sales increased 20.7 percent.
  25. unfurrowed
    • 2007 October 26, William J. Broad, “Photos Show Cleansing of Suspect Syrian Site”, New York Times:
      Satellite images of the Syrian site were released by DigitalGlobe, in Longmont, Colo., and SPOT Image Corporation, in Chantilly, Va. They show a smooth, unfurrowed area where the large building once stood.
  26. vizslas
  27. wasplike
    • 2007 October 26, Randal C. Archibold, “Firefighters in Changing Battle”, New York Times:
      That drew a response from the wasplike helicopter tankers that are workhorses in these blazes.