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

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  1. nonalive
  2. nongroup
  3. orchestrational
    • 2009 April 4, James R. Oestreich, “Music in Review”, New York Times:
      Gorgeous, long-limbed melodies alternate with orchestrational coups that sometimes border on the grotesque, and Ms. Batiashvili was equally at home in the broadly lyrical passages and the flights of violinistic fancy.
  4. prelaw
  5. recanvass
  6. seapower
    • 2009 April 4, Christopher Drew, “Pentagon Weighs Cuts and Revisions of Weapons”, New York Times:
      Representative Gene Taylor, a Democrat from Mississippi and chairman of a House seapower subcommittee, said questions had emerged about whether a new system for catapulting planes off the next generation of carriers would work.
  7. shiur
    • 2009 April 4, Samuel G. Freedman, “A Jewish Holiday, Once Every 28 Years”, New York Times:
      Rabbi Bleich’s theological discourse on the topic, known as a shiur, has been viewed more than 4,000 times and downloaded nearly 1,000 from the Yeshiva University Web site “Torah Online .”
  8. tippee
    • 2009 April 4, Jennifer 8. Lee, “The Last Pullman Porters Are Sought for a Tribute”, New York Times:
      An 1890 article in The New York Times debated the ethics of tipping porters : “Tipping is objected to by austere and frugal American moralists upon the ground that it undermines the manhood and self-respect of the tippee.


  1. whiffle
    • 2009 April 4, Ben Shpigel, “Citi Field Unveils Its Comforts and Its Quirks”, New York Times:
      Instead, they wandered through the concourses, stood on the Pepsi Porch in right field and watched their children run the bases at the whiffle ball field.