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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-25 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. antisteroid
    • 2009 May 25, Harvey Araton, “If Vick Is Sincere, Give Him a Chance to Prove It”, New York Times:
      “I think with athletes going through these situations, whether it’s a Michael Vick or an Alex Rodriguez , we always get stuck and have the same debate — how sincere is he or not sincere?” said Don Hooton, the antisteroid crusader.
  2. bragfest
    • 2009 May 25, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Over a haunted-house beat by the goth-rap innovator Zaytoven, “Gorgeous” is magnificent, a shameless bragfest structured around two-syllable rhymes: “watch like thunder, chain like lightning/my ring game scary, my pinky so frightening.”
  3. catchfence
  4. disinforming
    • 2009 May 25, “Of Memory and Israel”, New York Times:
      The relationship between memory as lived and history as documented is always a complex dialogue — each informing, and disinforming, the other.
  5. domestiques *
    • 2009 May 25, Juliet Macur, “Even as Support Rider, Armstrong Is the Focus”, New York Times:
      Armstrong suffered along the route Sunday, in 95-degree heat, as did all the leaders and their support staff (called domestiques, the French word for servants).
  6. eyelinerless
    • 2009 May 25, Edward Wyatt, “‘Idol’ Strives to Sustain Its High Note”, New York Times:
      Fox was determined to have a fresh-faced, heartland-appropriate, eyelinerless Idol as the public face of the most popular series on television.
  7. girthy
  8. measureable
    • 2009 May 25, David Carr, “As TV Dwindles, It Still Leads”, New York Times:
      Think network television is washed up, overwhelmed by targeted and measureable ads on the Web?
  9. motobanquistas
  10. motoboys
  11. motoconchos
  12. motorizado
  13. motorizados
  14. mototaxistas
  15. preshot
  16. releaded
    • 2009 May 25, Glenn Collins, “Let There Be Light, and Color, on Fifth Avenue”, New York Times:
      The real windows were transported to nine glass-restoration studios from Massachusetts to California, where the glass was cleaned and patched, and then releaded.
  17. sicarios
    • 2009 May 25, Simon Romero, “For a City in Gridlock, a Lifeline and a Scourge”, New York Times:
      Most feared are the sicarios, paid assassins who often use motorbikes for their work and who pursue victims like Pierre Fould Gerges, a newspaper executive shot dead here by sicarios last year.
  18. subgovernor
    • 2009 May 25, Richard A. Oppel, “U.S. Captain Hears Pleas for Afghan Detainee”, New York Times:
      “Upon speaking to multiple village elders, family members, the police chief and the subgovernor, I am convinced that the individual in question is not the person that the government claims,” he wrote in January to Clive Stafford Smith, a human rights lawyer he had met three years earlier during a posting to Guantánamo.
  19. zabaleen
    • 2009 May 25, Michael Slackman, “Cleaning Cairo, but Taking a Livelihood”, New York Times:
      As is often the case in Egypt, this crisis started with a decision that came unexpectedly, without consultation, and without consideration for how drastically it would affect about 400,000 people in zabaleen families.