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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-14 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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76654 tokens ‧ 56664 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7745 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.323%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antiearthquake
    • 2008 June 14, Norimitsu Onishi, “Northern Japan Quake Kills 2 and Injures Dozens”, New York Times:
      The earthquake sent tremors down to Tokyo, 190 miles south, where high-rise buildings with the most advanced antiearthquake technology swayed for a couple of minutes.
  2. banlieues *
    • 2008 June 14, Steven Erlanger, “A Daughter of France’s ‘Lost Territories’ Fights for Them”, New York Times:
      But at 44, this left-wing feminist with no higher education is something else: one of the highest-ranking Muslim women in France, with overall responsibility for bringing new hope to the poor, angry banlieues — the working-class suburbs of immigrants — that burst into flames three years ago, shocking the country.
  3. citylike
    • 2008 June 14, James R. Oestreich, “Tiny Town, Quaint House, Big Voices”, New York Times:
      Nor is it very citylike by 21st-century standards, with its population of 515 or so nestled 8,500 feet high in the Rockies, a spectacular hour’s drive west of Denver.
  4. counteroffered
    • 2008 June 14, Gail Collins, “Candidates, Fly Away Home”, New York Times:
      Obama counteroffered one town hall and an extra debate, which McCain waved away.
  5. cybercontroversy
    • 2008 June 14, “Metallica Says It’s Sorry”, New York Times:
      In its latest cybercontroversy, the heavy-metal band Metallica apologized for asking several bloggers to remove their online reviews of its untitled coming record, The Guardian of London reported.
  6. disqualifier
    • 2008 June 14, Leslie Wayne, “Senators Caught in Mortgage Fallout”, New York Times:
      “If indeed Chris Dodd got below-market loans, it could be a disqualifier for someone being considered for an important appointment.”
  7. grasscourt
    • 2008 June 14, The Associated Press, “Federer Extends Streak”, New York Times:
      Roger Federer extended his grasscourt streak to 57 matches with a victory over Marcos Baghdatis and will play Nicolas Kiefer in the semifinals of the Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany.
  8. hesitancies
    • 2008 June 14, Anthony Tommasini, “A Tosca Who Comes Out to Meet the Audience”, New York Times:
      But at other times he tugged at melodic lines and interrupted the musical flow with pauses and hesitancies that came across as willful.
  9. incongruently
    • 2008 June 14, James R. Oestreich, “Tiny Town, Quaint House, Big Voices”, New York Times:
      David Martin Jacques’s lighting follows suit, keeping Kevin Knight’s rudimentary scenery pretty much in the dark through the midnight of the soul, then turning both congruently and incongruently sunny as morning arrives, with a horrible realization and tragedy in tow.
  10. leukoplakia
    • 2008 June 14, Jeremy Pearce, “George E. Moore, 88, Cancer Researcher, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      The researchers reported that other chewers, frequently those not found to have cancer, exhibited irritation of the gums as well as mouth lesions, known as leukoplakia , that can be precancerous.
  11. minibites
  12. nonsmoked
    • 2008 June 14, Charles M. Blow, “Why Is Mom in Rehab?”, New York Times:
      Of these women, admissions for nonsmoked cocaine have doubled; admissions for crack cocaine have tripled; admissions for opiates other than heroin have nearly quadrupled; and admissions for methamphetamines have increased sevenfold.
  13. overrestore
  14. prehatch
  15. prelanding
    • 2008 June 14, John Schwartz, “No Problems Seen for Shuttle Landing”, New York Times:
      The object appeared after a series of routine prelanding procedures in which the crew tested the steering jets, a test that often shakes loose objects from the spacecraft.
  16. reinsulating
    • 2008 June 14, M. P. Dunleavey, “Winter Worries Come Early”, New York Times:
      Still, we are wondering whether now is the time to replace some windows or invest in the bigger job of reinsulating the older parts of our 1914 house.
  17. remilitarization
    • 2008 June 14, Norimitsu Onishi, “N. Korea Yields Slightly on Abductions”, New York Times:
      The abductions became a highly emotional and politicized issue in Japan, one used by the Japanese right to whip up anger against the North and to argue for Japan’s remilitarization.
  18. superhorse
  19. techland
    • 2008 June 14, Joe Nocera, “Oh Jerry, It’s No Longer Your Baby”, New York Times:
      When it turned out that nobody in techland was much interested in playing that role — and your big shareholders were furious — you were forced to negotiate with Mr. Ballmer.
  20. yogalike
    • 2008 June 14, Roslyn Sulcas, “Bending Gender Every Which Way”, New York Times:
      Then, like their male counterparts, the women begin slow, individual movement sequences: twisting their upper bodies, flopping arms, doing yogalike balances.