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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-07 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-13).

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72339 tokens ‧ 52922 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7643 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.209%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. backspinned
    • 2008 April 7, Ben Shpigel, “In Battle of Aces, Santana Holds Losing Hand”, New York Times:
      Teixeira lofted a fly ball toward right field that kept carrying — “He backspinned the heck out of it,” Church said — and landed a few inches past Church’s glove, on the other side of the fence for a two-run homer.
  2. guanciale *
    • 2008 April 7, Ian Fisher, “Is Cuisine Still Italian Even if the Chef Isn’t?”, New York Times:
      Correction: April 9, 2008 An article on Monday about the growing number of foreigners in Italy who have excelled as professional chefs of Italian cuisine referred incorrectly to the preparation of guanciale, or pig cheek, an ingredient used in carbonara, a pasta dish.
  3. husklike
  4. hypercaffeinated
    • 2008 April 7, Alessandra Stanley, “A New Star as Campaign Programs Shuffle: The News”, New York Times:
      And not surprisingly, “America’s Election HQ” comes with Fox News topspin: the tone is hypercaffeinated and fervid, and Ms. Kelly, who is the alpha host, has a gleam of zeal in her eyes that last week drove even Karl Rove , a Fox News contributor, to defend Mrs. Clinton.
  5. inseminators
    • 2008 April 7, Janet Maslin, “A Sex Researcher Walks Into a Lab, and Then Things Start to Get Comical”, New York Times:
      Whether Ms. Roach is measuring her own genitalia for one doctor’s study (“It is interesting,” he writes to her, “that you could reach this stage of life and not really have any call to know how the parts line up”) or interviewing skilled Danish pig inseminators, she continues to ask herself whether she’s making her readers queasy.
  6. menuetto
  7. newsier
    • 2008 April 7, Alessandra Stanley, “A New Star as Campaign Programs Shuffle: The News”, New York Times:
      The 2008 presidential race truly is about change: Tucker Carlson of MSNBC, Paula Zahn of CNN and John Gibson of Fox News were swept out of the way to make room for newsier programs that treat each night like election night — a Super Tuesday that never ends.
  8. pedanticism
  9. severings
  10. siciliano *
    • 2008 April 7, Anthony Tommasini, “Bird Song, Modernism and Brahms Take Flight”, New York Times:
      He emphasized the contrasts in the variations, as Brahms turns Handel’s fussily ornamented Baroque tune into a Gypsy dance, a rigorous canon, a siciliano and whatnot.
  11. soppiness
  12. unairconditioned
    • 2008 April 7, Alessandra Stanley, “A New Star as Campaign Programs Shuffle: The News”, New York Times:
      It’s also refreshing — the shift from Lou Dobbs talking about himself on CNN to Ms. Brown impersonally reciting the latest Pennsylvania poll results is a little like entering a cool forest glade after an hour on an unairconditioned subway car at rush hour.
  13. unmagical
    • 2008 April 7, Allan Kozinn, “Can You Hear the Painterly Vistas?”, New York Times:
      Toward the start of “Tapiola,” and periodically in “Daphnis et Chloé,” ensemble entrances had a woolly imprecision, and detailed passage work seemed flat and unmagical.
  14. unplucked
    • 2008 April 7, Roberta Smith, “Offering a Painter for History’s Reconsideration”, New York Times:
      The show includes several works from the Cuba-Mexico trip, including the slightly strange “Desert Cook,” who has an unplucked chicken in one hand and a plate in the other.
  15. upbeats
    • 2008 April 7, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      There’s a huge emphasis on upbeats, adenoidal chants, ropy or stabbing or twinkly guitar lines, tempos and arrangements that are claustrophobic and too fast, all for reasons of style.


  1. ze *