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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-26 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-26).

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67577 tokens ‧ 11 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 11 types ‧ 11 (~ 100%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. conceptualizer
  2. despoblado
    • 2009 September 26, Randy Kennedy, “Law and Hospitality in the Lone Star State”, New York Times:
      Marfa, the tiny farm-town-meets-art-retreat in Southwest Texas, is so far off the grid that the Spanish name for the area is el despoblado — the uninhabited place.
  3. detainable
    • 2009 September 26, The Associated Press, “Kuwaiti Ordered Released From Guantánamo Bay”, New York Times:
      He was sent to Guantánamo in 2002, and Judge Kollar-Kotelly found that from the beginning of his stay, “there is no evidence in the record that anyone directed any allegations toward al-Rabiah nor any indication that interrogators believed al-Rabiah had engaged in any conduct that made him lawfully detainable.”
  4. drospirenone
    • 2009 September 26, Natasha Singer, “Health Concerns Over Popular Contraceptives”, New York Times:
      But two other studies on Danish and Dutch women, published last month in The British Medical Journal, found a higher risk of venous blood clots for women taking newer progestins, including drospirenone.
  5. hutongs
  6. misdefended
  7. multibedroom
    • 2009 September 26, Jesse Mckinley, “Cuts Ravage California Domestic Abuse Program”, New York Times:
      Erik Sternad, the executive director of Interface Children Family Services in Ventura County, near Los Angeles, said his organization had initially believed that it would lose all five of its transitional shelters — usually multibedroom homes in suburban areas — where about three dozen women and children could live for up to 18 months.
  8. preforeclosures
    • 2009 September 26, Christine Haughney, “Amid a Citywide Slump, a Local Exception”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile, Bedford-Stuyvesant has been hit hard by the recession, frequently ranking among the city’s top 15 neighborhoods in the number of preforeclosures, according to .
  9. signoff
  10. triacetone
    • 2009 September 26, William K. Rashbaum, “Terror Suspect Is Transferred to New York for Trial”, New York Times:
      At the detention hearing, Mr. Neff reiterated that Mr. Zazi had e-mailed himself bomb-making instructions and had been shopping for the components to make the explosives, triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, from beauty supply stores.
  11. unilateralists
    • 2009 September 26, Mark Landler, “Israeli Ambassador Draws on American Roots”, New York Times:
      “I am the last of the standing unilateralists,” Mr. Oren declared in a lecture in March at Georgetown University , where he was a visiting professor in Jewish studies until being named ambassador.