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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-21 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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86350 tokens ‧ 62808 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8144 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.258%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. backblast
  2. deaccumulation
    • 2008 April 21, Robert Hertzberg, “Making Your Money Last as Long as You Live”, New York Times:
      “Unless you’ve actually lived through it personally, you don’t fully appreciate some of the nuances of the deaccumulation phase,” said Sheryl Garrett, founder of the Garrett Planning Network, which creates financial plans for middle-income people.
  3. hyperliterate
    • 2008 April 21, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      He uses the titular verb of “Tessellate,” the album’s second single, to describe the feeble alignments of broken hearts; he could almost have written the song for the Decemberists , a band whose hyperliterate front man, Colin Meloy, he seems to have studied carefully.
  4. mamajuana
  5. midtempos
    • 2008 April 21, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      These are storytelling songs, not club tracks, moving at midtempos and often easing back toward ballads.
  6. municipals
    • 2008 April 21, Julie Connelly, “Muni Bonds, Safe With High Yields”, New York Times:
      “This might be the last great opportunity for preretirement baby boomers to buy municipals at such attractive levels,” said Janet Fiorenza, head of municipal fixed income at Lehman Brothers Asset Management.
  7. nonswimmer
    • 2008 April 21, Frank Litsky, “Buck Dawson, 87, Promoter of Swimming, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      “Buck did more for swimming than any nonswimmer in the world,” the Hall of Fame said in announcing his death, adding: “He made the Hall grow from an idea to a shoebox collection and ultimately a million-dollar operation as the showcase and archives of swimming.”
  8. porkmeister
    • 2008 April 21, “The Road to Somewhere Shady”, New York Times:
      Representative Young is the porkmeister who championed the notorious Bridge to Nowhere.
  9. postbreakup
    • 2008 April 21, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      “No Time for Tears” segues spooky Eurythmics verses into a pop-punk chorus. Ms. Simpson ricochets from vampy self-esteem (“Hot Stuff,” “Boys”) to postbreakup sulking (“Little Miss Obsessive”) to generically sincere protestations that “it’s not easy bein’ me.”
  10. postdebate
    • 2008 April 21, Brian Stelter, “Snippets of Debate Abounded Despite ABC’s Ground Rules”, New York Times:
      And the restrictions were not totally neglected: “Were it not for the restrictive usage rules, we would have used more clips in our postdebate coverage,” said Jeremy Gaines, an MSNBC spokesman.
  11. stabler
  12. ultrapercussive
  13. unreimbursed
    • 2008 April 21, Deborah L. Jacobs, “When Generosity Bumps Into Gift Tax”, New York Times:
      You can cover anything that the person would be allowed to deduct on a tax return as an unreimbursed expense.
  14. unsappy
    • 2008 April 21, Caryn James, “Hey! Show Business Is Not a Business”, New York Times:
      Recalling his college days at what he calls a micro-Ivy in New England, he combines a sense of the ridiculous — an inspiring acting teacher resembled Gollum in “Lord of the Rings” — with an unsappy yet powerful sense of the wonder of theater.


  1. sannyasin