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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-12 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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89157 tokens ‧ 65930 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8234 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.364%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. accountantlike
  2. boatlike
  3. carpaccios
    • 2007 December 12, Florence Fabricant, “Pairings”, New York Times:
      THE extra-fruity richness of ros Champagne, whether a mere whisper or a shout, gives the wine what it takes to accompany meaty dishes, from first-course beef carpaccios and plates of prosciutto to roast veal and game birds.
  4. daurade
    • 2007 December 12, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      The chef, Csar Ramirez, and his partners, Kiwon Standen and Didier Palange, all Bouley alumni, have an eclectic menu, with dishes like slow-roasted rabbit and sweetbread salad, oxtail consomm, ginger-steamed daurade, slow-cooked Cornish hen and Japanese rice risotto with shrimp; 142 West 10th Street, (212) 255-2330 .
  5. ezetimibe
    • 2007 December 12, Alex Berenson, “Trial of Cholesterol Drug Gets House Scrutiny”, New York Times:
      Zetia, whose generic name is ezetimibe, is a relatively new cholesterol medicine that works differently from cholesterol drugs like Lipitor .
  6. graywacke
    • 2007 December 12, Anthony Depalma, “An Island in the Hudson, Plundered in Search of Indian Artifacts”, New York Times:
      Hundreds of projectile points and ceramic pieces from the island are stored in the State Museum in Albany, and archaeologists found human bones at a burial site from the early Woodland period at the back of the rock shelter, a 45-foot-long overhang of graywacke, a local sandstone.
  7. microlender
    • 2007 December 12, Kim Severson, “So Little Time, So Many Charities to Feed”, New York Times:
      Then there is the question whether to go local and support the food pantry in your neighborhood or get global and become, say, a microlender with , where your money might provide a low-interest loan to a yam seller in Ghana.
  8. mishegoss
    • 2007 December 12, Maureen Dowd, “The Dream Is Dead”, New York Times:
      He was simply trying to put an egghead gloss on his Humpty Dumpty mishegoss.
  9. nonlawyers
  10. nonoffice
  11. ornamentals
  12. pothunters
  13. pretheater
    • 2007 December 12, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      BAR BOULUD Daniel Boulud s restaurant across from Lincoln Center will open on New Years Eve. The evening will start with a pretheater menu, three courses, $80, with reservations accepted for seatings from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
  14. refight
  15. saloonlike
    • 2007 December 12, Vincent M. Mallozzi, “Bucking for Their Eight Seconds of Fame”, New York Times:
      There was, in fact, one well-known cowboy who walked through the saloonlike doors on Monday evening: the Naked Cowboy of Times Square, who emerged from the crowd wearing his cowboy hat, underwear and boots.
  16. semiseriously
    • 2007 December 12, Richard PRez-PeA, “Remaking The Journal”, New York Times:
      Both ideas were quickly dismissed, but the fact that they were raised even semiseriously shows how unconstrained by tradition the new owner is, these people said.
  17. semiwild
  18. servable
    • 2007 December 12, “Letters”, New York Times:
      At many such occasions, meat and poultry dishes would be eaten, and your recipes as printed would not be servable.
  19. shmatte
  20. supercold
  21. unregainable
    • 2007 December 12, Ben Ratliff, “The Songs Remain the Same, Just Played a Little Slower”, New York Times:
      Playing fast is a kind of armor: a refutation of the plain reality of aging all that unregainable enthusiasm and lost muscle mass and a hard block against a bands lessened cultural importance.


  1. highbush
    • 2007 December 12, “Calendar”, New York Times:
      Products will include wild ginger, highbush cranberries and other food foraged from Vermont; winter vegetables; meat from a Black Angus steer raised on pasture in upstate New York; and farmstead cheese from the Northeast.
  2. tapafication: protologism
    • 2007 December 12, “Letters”, New York Times:
      If tapafication becomes the norm, the food had better come down in price.