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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-26 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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75327 tokens ‧ 54628 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7619 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.276%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. agrotechnology
    • 2007 November 26, Marlise Simons, “In the Netherlands, Eat, Drink and Be Monitored”, New York Times:
      Mr. Koster, an economist who works for the universitys agrotechnology and food sciences group, said he hoped that the findings would help policy makers, health experts and food executives who wanted to understand and influence eating habits.
  2. bebopping
    • 2007 November 26, Brooks Barnes, “Laugh Lines in the Hollywood Strike”, New York Times:
      The studios think we are having a horrible time out here, said Richard Potter, a screenwriter who made Strike Dancing, a YouTube video showing pickets bebopping in formation to Play That Funky Music.
  3. glammed
    • 2007 November 26, “Wholl Pay the Price for Corporate Failure?”, New York Times:
      When the glammed articles hit, the rest of the media world jumped on the bandwagon in the name of increased circulation, broadcast ratings and perhaps a chance to breathe the rarefied air at a holiday party.
  4. gumologist
  5. maestrolike
  6. mbalax
    • 2007 November 26, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      Connected to a conference of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, this years GlobalFest will feature 13 performers on three stages, including the eccentric Italian songwriter Vinicio Capossela ; Fallou Dieng , a rising star of Senegalese mbalax; the Korean drumming group Dulsori ; Chango Spasiuk , an accordionist from Argentina; Jos Manuel Cobles (a k a Puerto Plata ), an octogenarian guitarist and singer from the Dominican Republic; Samarabalouf , a French Gypsy jazz band; and Toumast , a guitar group from the deserts of Niger.
  7. nonchronological
    • 2007 November 26, Janet Maslin, “From Vienna, a Killer in a Cowboy Suit”, New York Times:
      Given the dearth of surprise in any of this, the books only way of building suspense is to reveal Mr. Unterwegers crimes in nonchronological order.
  8. nondisplaced
    • 2007 November 26, Pete Thamel, “Conference Title Game Seen as an Obstacle”, New York Times:
      Tebow sustained a nondisplaced fracture in his right hand during a 5-yard touchdown run on the opening drive of the third quarter against the Seminoles, the team spokesman Steve McClain said yesterday.
  9. nonthrowing
    • 2007 November 26, Pete Thamel, “Conference Title Game Seen as an Obstacle”, New York Times:
      Tebow broke his right (nonthrowing) hand Saturday night against Florida State and will be in a cast for at least two weeks.
  10. restrainedly
    • 2007 November 26, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      It starts softly and restrainedly, with Ms. Sparks murmuring the same note (its a G) 33 times in a row, accompanied by a chiming music box, a buzzing bass and a few echoey hand claps.
  11. sinkings
    • 2007 November 26, Ian Austen, “Misgivings Rise Along With Antarctican Tourism”, New York Times:
      There are no obvious answers about who is responsible for dealing with any environmental damage the Explorer may cause or how methods can be created to prevent future sinkings.
  12. skirtlike
  13. sycophantism
  14. unquirky
    • 2007 November 26, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      And Ms. Sparks, winner of the sixth season of American Idol, had the opposite problem: She needed to figure out how to make the most of her smooth, unquirky voice and her wholesome reputation.
  15. unstinted
    • 2007 November 26, Jennifer Dunning, “The Child in Balanchine Still Jumps for Joy”, New York Times:
      Nicholas Smith as the child prince performed the mime scenes, so lovingly unstinted on by the choreographer, with refreshing boldness and clarity in a lead childrens cast completed by Margot Pitts as Marie and Jonathan Alexander as her brother Fritz.


  1. obnoyingorable: nonce
    • 2007 November 26, Stuart Elliott, “Ruminations on Food as Soap, Food for Singles and Henry Miller”, New York Times:
      Will the popularity of campaigns from advertisers like AT&T , Eurostar and Riverbed Technology that offer mash-ups of the names of cities and landmarks among them, New Sanfrakota, EiffelBen and Mumboston lead critics to describe such ads as obnoyingorable?