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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-24 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-25).

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  1. caperings
    • 2009 August 24, “Who Wants to Yell Next?”, New York Times:
      It is time for everyone to remember that town hall sessions were invented for rational discussions of differences, not as an outlet for self-therapy caperings à la “The Gong Show.”
  2. dehumidification
    • 2009 August 24, Dickson D. Despommier, “A Farm on Every Floor”, New York Times:
      A vertical farm would behave like a functional ecosystem, in which waste was recycled and the water used in hydroponics and aeroponics was recaptured by dehumidification and used over and over again.
  3. denigrator
    • 2009 August 24, Janet Maslin, “Scarecrow, Lion, Tin Man and Freud, Too”, New York Times:
      Among Baum’s many incarnations were these: military school student, actor, poultry expert, newspaperman, retailer, window dresser, women’s rights advocate, racist denigrator of American Indians and early Hollywood filmmaker.
  4. fulminators
    • 2009 August 24, “Who Wants to Yell Next?”, New York Times:
      Instead of helping to educate his constituents or move the debate ahead, he provided more red meat for fulminators, erroneously insisting that the rival House health care bill features “a government program that determines if you’re going to pull the plug on grandma.”
  5. icepack
    • 2009 August 24, “A Real Fish Story”, New York Times:
      The hope in Alaska and Washington is that the plan will send a signal to other Arctic nations — including Russia, Canada, Norway and Denmark — that are also eyeing the potentially huge resources beneath the thawing Arctic icepack.
  6. julia
  7. olders
  8. outlunging
  9. reargue
  10. suburbanize
    • 2009 August 24, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “As Heroes Disappear, the City Needs More”, New York Times:
      By the mid-1980s the effort to suburbanize the city’s core and make it safe for tourists — a process that many associate with Rudolph W. Giuliani and his mayoral quality-of-life campaigns a decade later — was well under way, and the group’s members had splintered off in different directions.
  11. unintimidating
    • 2009 August 24, Jennifer Steinhauer, “With Dad Laid Off, Finding Ways to Hold On”, New York Times:
      It is a role that Mr. Winkler, a teddy-bearish, clean-cut guy — the sort whose tattoo from the first gulf war is thoroughly unintimidating — has stopped wearing with discomfort.
  12. washover