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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-24 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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70514 tokens ‧ 51811 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7101 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.169%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antieconomic
    • 2007 November 24, Reuters, “French Pact Aims to Fight Unauthorized Downloading”, New York Times:
      The consumer group UFC Que Choisir said in a statement that the deal was very tough, potentially destructive of freedom, antieconomic and against digital history.
  2. bloodworms
    • 2007 November 24, Erik Eckholm, “Barely Getting By and Facing a Cold Maine Winter”, New York Times:
      They worked on lobster boats and dug clams or bloodworms (to sell for bait) from spring to fall, raked wild blueberries in August, harvested potatoes and then made Christmas wreaths for mail-order companies to mid-December.
  3. cheaping
  4. nonterrorist
    • 2007 November 24, Andy Newman, “A Brooklyn Arena and the Street: Whats the Right Distance?”, New York Times:
      The question of the arenas planned location lingered, however: a strangely unknowable fact, given that when the arena is built it is scheduled to open after 2009 its precise location will be obvious to terrorist and nonterrorist alike.
  5. preprofessionals
  6. reasonlessly
    • 2007 November 24, Paul Davies, “Taking Science on Faith”, New York Times:
      The idea that the laws exist reasonlessly is deeply anti-rational.
  7. sandpapery
    • 2007 November 24, Stephen Beaven, “Turning Things Around, and Up a Notch”, New York Times:
      Weve got a hell of an opportunity, he told his players in a sandpapery voice when he halted practice two days before the game.
  8. superquiet
  9. teeterboarders
    • 2007 November 24, Glenn Collins, “The Circus Is in Town. All Over It, in Fact, in Six Troupes.”, New York Times:
      Aside from a backstage staff of 100, the cast of 48 includes 16 puppeteers, contortionists, teeterboarders, acrobats, jugglers, skateboarders and in-line skaters not to mention the 100 million paper snowflakes that are expected to fall during the shows 10-week run.
  10. treasonouslike
    • 2007 November 24, Lisa W. Foderaro, “Theft of Grave Markers Spurs Outrage and Call for Crackdown”, New York Times:
      I personally think that most families suffer more from the immoral indignities of what these thieves are doing committing treasonouslike acts than from what the enemy is doing, said Mr. Galster, who is commander of Canastota Memorial V.F.W. Post 600.