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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-28 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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83146 tokens ‧ 61105 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8173 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.355%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antidepression
    • 2007 November 28, Christopher Maag, “A Hoax Turned Fatal Draws Anger but No Charges”, New York Times:
      Because Ms. Drew had taken Megan on family vacations, she knew the girl had been prescribed antidepression medication, Ms. Meier said.
  2. cinnamony
  3. falernum
  4. havurot
  5. microdistilleries
    • 2007 November 28, Eric Asimov, “Bourbons Shot at the Big Time”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile, microdistilleries all over the United States are getting into the act.
  6. minyanim
  7. nonitemized
    • 2007 November 28, Gretchen Morgenson, “Foreclosure Charges by Lender Investigated”, New York Times:
      Questionable or nonitemized charges levied on imperiled borrowers by lenders and loan servicers are an industrywide problem, consumer advocates contend.
  8. nonwriting
    • 2007 November 28, Brian Stelter, “Despite Strike, Carson Daly to Resume Show”, New York Times:
      The production company for NBCs late-night shows, Universal Media Studios, had previously indicated that nonwriting staff members would be laid off at the end of this week.
  9. ornamentally
    • 2007 November 28, Glenn Collins, “Bidding Adieu to a Treasured American Heirloom”, New York Times:
      The insignia (variously termed a medal, badge or order), measures about 1 inches high and is finely chased (ornamentally engraved) in gold in the form of an eagle surrounded by a laurel wreath; it is believed to be adorned with its original silk ribbon of sky blue and white.
  10. parmigiano *
    • 2007 November 28, Marian Burros, “The Gift Is in the Mail, and on the Web”, New York Times:
      PREPARED DISHES Pikas Farm Table in Upstate New York uses mostly local ingredients to make a quart of velvety butternut squash soup, $9; nine-inch lobster quiche for $18 and eight ounces of basil pesto without nuts but plenty of parmigiano, $7; PayPal or checks, Box 59, Big Indian, N.Y. 12410; , (845) 254-5884 (Dec. 18).
  11. postcollegians
    • 2007 November 28, Karen Crouse, “With an Eye on Olympics, Lochte Is a Fish, in and Out of Water”, New York Times:
      On a recent Monday afternoon, Lochte, a former Florida Gator who continues to train in Gainesville, Fla., with other postcollegians, warmed up with freestyle, covering huge swaths with every pristine stroke, his 6-foot-2 frame carrying 190 buoyant pounds.
  12. salametto
    • 2007 November 28, Marian Burros, “The Gift Is in the Mail, and on the Web”, New York Times:
      CURED MEATS The garlic-scented salametto salami from Paul Bertollis FraMani label is handmade, $34.95 for one and a half pounds.
  13. shiitakes
  14. sriracha
    • 2007 November 28, “Recipe: Hot Pot”, New York Times:
      For dipping: soy sauce, rice vinegar, hoisin sauce, sesame oil, sriracha or other hot sauce, minced garlic, minced ginger, minced jalapeo, chopped cilantro.
  15. swamplike
  16. torrone *
    • 2007 November 28, Marian Burros, “The Gift Is in the Mail, and on the Web”, New York Times:
      My favorites were the goat cheese, salty caramel, coffee, Thai chili and torrone, plus lime cardamom lingonberry frozen yogurt and forest berry and pear riesling sorbets.
  17. unperfected
    • 2007 November 28, Edmund L. Andrews, “Candidates Offer Different Views on Energy Policy”, New York Times:
      But without expensive and still unperfected technology to capture carbon dioxide, such liquids would increase the production of carbon dioxide, which most scientists say would aggravate global warming.
  18. unrocked
    • 2007 November 28, “House Cleaning”, New York Times:
      In a bipartisan ode to the unrocked boat, the committee sat passively through corruption scandals in the last Congress that put two lawmakers behind bars.
  19. youthquaking