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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-09 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-19).

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  1. antipirate
  2. boogeymanlike
    • 2009 May 9, Trymaine Lee, “A Merchant Watches as Bed-Stuy Gentrifies”, New York Times:
      That reputation clung to the sky over central Brooklyn like a dark cloud, part boogeymanlike lore that helped fuel fear of its mostly black, mostly poor and working-class inhabitants.
  3. clownery
    • 2009 May 9, Joshua Robinson, “Five-Run Inning Gives Mets Room for Errors”, New York Times:
      Defensive clownery by the Mets at certain points of the game ultimately cost the 22-year-old Niese his first major league win in eight months.
  4. flagrants
    • 2009 May 9, Howard Beck, “Lakers Keep Poise as Artest Loses His”, New York Times:
      There were other tense moments and tough plays, but nothing to approximate the wave of technicals, flagrants and ejections that colored the Lakers’ victory in Game 2.
  5. kathak
    • 2009 May 9, Roslyn Sulcas, “Human Percussion From the Feet, From the Thighs, From the Hands”, New York Times:
      Slapping their thighs, calves, feet and hands together as they flick their legs in front and behind their bodies, the men create complex counterpointed rhythms that are often as intricate and virtuosic as the brilliant displays in Indian kathak dance.
  6. maglia *
    • 2009 May 9, Juliet Macur, “Armstrong to Follow Pace, Not Set It”, New York Times:
      Despite the delightful distractions, the riders are trying to focus on two things: who will be the first to wear the leader’s pink jersey, or maglia rosa, and who will keep it.
  7. nonchronological
    • 2009 May 9, Elisabetta Povoledo, “Leonardo Unbound: Splitting the Master’s Tome to Save His Words”, New York Times:
      Once they’ve been unbound, the individually mounted single sheets will remain in the nonchronological sequence conceived by Leoni, who put some 1,200 pages of drawings and notations, dating from 1478 to 1519, into one book with large-format pages typically used by cartographers.
  8. nondegree
    • 2009 May 9, Serge F. Kovaleski, “From Prep School to Murder Suspect at Wesleyan”, New York Times:
      But upon returning to civilian life in 2003, Mr. Morgan struggled, hopscotching from town to town and holding dead-end jobs, including one as a technician at a garage door company in Colorado Springs, and spending two semesters in 2007 as a nondegree student at the University of Colorado in Boulder before moving back with his parents.
  9. noninsurance
    • 2009 May 9, Steven Greenhouse, “Berkshire Hathaway Posts Its First Loss Since 2001”, New York Times:
      But operating earnings in its noninsurance businesses were hit hard by the recession and fell to $539 million in the first quarter, from $950 million in the year-earlier period.
  10. pantsula
  11. underexercised
    • 2009 May 9, Michael Powell, “To the Hardy, Lady Liberty’s Crown Beckons Anew”, New York Times:
      (This might surprise the millions of underexercised, wide-beamed Americans who nonetheless managed to plant two sneakered feet on the crown’s landing in hazy humidity).
  12. unheeding
    • 2009 May 9, Claudia La Rocco, “Happy Ending? It Can Be Just ‘The End’”, New York Times:
      She also overplays jokes, including a section in which an unheeding yoga practitioner turns her fellows into a human jungle gym.