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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-15 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-21).

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  1. handedly *
  2. midshower
    • 2009 August 15, Kelly M. Phillips, “In Mexico, Outgunned and Underpaid”, New York Times:
      We paid for utilities — which included space heaters in the winter and gas tanks that lasted a month and ran out midshower, and we spent a fortune on phone cards for the pay phone down the street.
  3. naumachia
  4. nonfelony
    • 2009 August 15, “Manhattan’s District Attorney”, New York Times:
      Mr. Vance sensibly says he will make it his mission to end the huge backlogs at Manhattan Criminal Court, which handles the nonfelony assaults, thefts and quality-of-life crimes comprising the bulk of the D.A.’s caseload.
  5. nonfliers
    • 2009 August 15, “But They Were Next in Line for Takeoff”, New York Times:
      The best redress for the nonfliers of 2816 is to demand approval of the Airline Passengers Bill of Rights that has been stalled in Congress in the face of industry opposition.
  6. sweatless
  7. undersinger
    • 2009 August 15, Jon Caramanica, “Spotlight on Soul and Self-Restraint”, New York Times:
      He’s a frustratingly restrained vocalist, a chronic undersinger who almost always sounds as if he’s pulling back from the notes.
  8. untiled