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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-03 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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98044 tokens ‧ 73020 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9152 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.251%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. contractionary
    • 2008 June 3, Reuters, “U.S. Manufacturing Slips as Inflation Gauge Surges”, New York Times:
      “These are mildly contractionary readings on manufacturing activity, rather than outright recession signals, although they are accompanied by ugly readings on cost inflation pressures,” analysts at Bear Stearns said in a note to clients.
  2. debulking
    • 2008 June 3, Benedict Carey, “Kennedy’s Surgery for Tumor Called Success”, New York Times:
      “We call it debulking, and we like to get a very high percentage of the tumor, say 90 percent, which can help a lot” with overall treatment, said Dr. Robert Goodman, an associate professor of neurosurgery at Columbia.
  3. fictionmaking
    • 2008 June 3, Michiko Kakutani, “Storytelling and Deception in a Magic Kingdom”, New York Times:
      Certainly Mr. Rushdie has tackled the subject of fictionmaking before, most notably in his fanciful fairy tale “Haroun and the Sea of Stories” (1990).
  4. footlike
    • 2008 June 3, Kenneth Chang, “Mars Lander Is Poised to Begin Digging for Ice”, New York Times:
      On Saturday, the lander tested its robotic arm and, pressing the scoop against the soil, produced a footlike impression that the scientists named Yeti.
  5. formulization
    • 2008 June 3, Susan Stellin, “Boutique Bandwagon”, New York Times:
      Although he lamented what he sees as the formulization of the boutique concept in the middle range of the market, he did not shy away from the term or the trend that he started.
  6. grapelike
    • 2008 June 3, Laura Beil, “With a Tiny Bit of Cancer, Debate on How to Proceed”, New York Times:
      Pathologists have long examined lymph nodes — small grapelike bunches that are part of the immune system — to gain the best sense of whether a tumor, once gone, will reassert itself.
  7. icelike
  8. micrometastatic
    • 2008 June 3, Laura Beil, “With a Tiny Bit of Cancer, Debate on How to Proceed”, New York Times:
      Dr. Edwards and her colleagues recently found that diagnoses of breast cancer with micrometastatic lymph-node involvement began to increase markedly after 1997 and that it shows no signs of leveling off.
  9. midcampaign
    • 2008 June 3, Michael Powell, “Obama, Awaiting a New Title, Carefully Hones His Partisan Image”, New York Times:
      And the list of presidential candidates who have tried midcampaign image makeovers is a long and unfortunate one, filled with formal politicians who try flannel shirts and wonkish governors who push Army helmets down over their hair.
  10. modifieds
    • 2008 June 3, John Branch, “At Small Tracks, High Fuel Prices Put Racers in a Pinch”, New York Times:
      On Saturday night, 134 racecars in five classifications — from relatively glamorous modifieds to the scratch-and-dent cars of outlaw stocks — arrived to test their mettle, and metal, against the others.
  11. motorcoach
  12. neuroma
    • 2008 June 3, Tara Parker-Pope, “Experts Revive Debate Over Cellphones and Cancer”, New York Times:
      Also last year, a Swedish analysis of 16 studies in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine showed a doubling of risk for acoustic neuroma and glioma after 10 years of heavy cellphone use.
  13. nonretaliatory
    • 2008 June 3, Steven Greenhouse, “Tavern on the Green to Pay $2.2 Million to Settle Harassment Claim”, New York Times:
      Tavern on the Green always has been and will continue to be committed to providing a safe, nondiscriminatory, nonretaliatory work environment for its employees, the vast majority of whom have been with the restaurant for more than a decade.”
  14. novelistically
  15. remobilize
    • 2008 June 3, David Brooks, “Calling Dr. Doom”, New York Times:
      He plans to describe how to remobilize government and address economic anxiety.
  16. reoperations
    • 2008 June 3, Jane E. Brody, “3 Years Later, Knees Made for Dancing”, New York Times:
      Six knees needed minor manipulations under anesthesia , and five patients required reoperations, which he said occurred “early in our learning curve.”
  17. restrictionism
  18. stageful
  19. superlawyer
    • 2008 June 3, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Secret Life of a Deal”, New York Times:
      Perhaps he should get credit for doing the right thing, but he was also trying to save his own hide — which apparently he succeeded in doing, since Dow Chemical is still a JPMorgan client. Mr. Lipton, the Wall Street superlawyer, was called in at the end to oversee and bless the firings.
  20. teensiest
    • 2008 June 3, Michiko Kakutani, “Storytelling and Deception in a Magic Kingdom”, New York Times:
      Just how Akbar’s golden-haired visitor explains his relationship to Angelica is itself another long shaggy dog story that involves Florentine politics, a subplot concerning Niccolò Machiavelli, assertions that Angelica is a divine enchantress (or maybe a devilish witch) and lots of talk about two mirrors: a Medici family mirror that is said to reveal “to the reigning Duke the image of the most desirable woman in the known world” and Angelica’s personal mirror, a servant girl who looks exactly like her though the teensiest bit less beautiful.
  21. underfurnished


  1. womens = women's