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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2007-04-23 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-04).

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71045 tokens ‧ 51944 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7291 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.425%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antisatellite
  2. counterchallenges
  3. cumbia
    • 2007 April 23, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      There’s tango in “Tango del Pecado” (“Tango of Sin”), featuring the Oscar-winning Argentine producer Gustavo Santaolalla and his Bajafondo Tango Club; there’s an electronically warped bossa nova in “Un Beso de Desayuno” (“A Kiss for Breakfast”) and an accordion- and brass-pumped Colombian cumbia for “Cumbia de Los Aburridos” (“Cumbia of the Bored”).
  4. dancerly
    • 2007 April 23, Alastair Macaulay, “World Stage, Local Pride in the Pacific Northwest”, New York Times:
      Least interesting in its larger ensembles, best in the delicious effects of tango-style rubato in solos, “Schwa” suggests that Mr. Gaines, himself a Pacific Northwest Ballet dancer, sets out to celebrate the dancerly virtues he loves in other dancers, and succeeds.
  5. establishable
    • 2007 April 23, Phillip Alder, “9 Tough Tricks, and a Title for Shanghai”, New York Times:
      There is a diamond establishable, the spade finesse is working and the clubs are 3-2, which provide three more tricks.
  6. flyout
    • 2007 April 23, David Picker, “Braves’ Bullpen Secures Victory Over Mets”, New York Times:
      “It’s impossible to go the whole season without something like that going on,” said Schoeneweis, who allowed a double and an intentional walk before inducing an inning-ending flyout.
  7. gunmanship
    • 2007 April 23, A. O. Scott, “Drawing a Line From Movie to Murder”, New York Times:
      Evidence for this speculation is found in Mr. Woo’s fondness for two-fisted gunmanship, which Mr. Hunter credits him with introducing into movies, and also in a scene from “The Killer” that Mr. Hunter finds “strikingly similar to what must have happened Monday.”
  8. halfcourt
    • 2007 April 23, The Associated Press, “Warriors Upend Top-Seeded Mavericks”, New York Times:
      After Denver failed to get the ball over the halfcourt line in time with less than a minute to play, Parker made a layup to bring the Spurs to 91-87 with 43.8 seconds left.
  9. hitless
  10. hombre *
  11. humanlike
    • 2007 April 23, Francis X. Clines, “Evolution, on Broadway and Off”, New York Times:
      No tough questions are ducked, right down to whether it could be humanlike art or a weird anomaly that drives each male bowerbird to dramatic extremes in building individualized, unpredictably grandiose mating nests.
  12. ironbound
    • 2007 April 23, Ben Ratliff, “Finding Her Inspirations Long Ago and Far Away”, New York Times:
      Occasionally Mr. Marsh and the electric guitarist, Brian Hughes, played a competent breakaway solo, but they hardly mattered; the ironbound show seemed a pop-literary endeavor almost more than a musical one.
  13. lowlights
    • 2007 April 23, Stuart Elliott, “The Greater (and the Lesser) Considered at the Ad Summit”, New York Times:
      Here is a look back at some of the highlights, lowlights and sidelights of the 2007 management conference of the American Association of Advertising Agencies , known as the Four A’s, which was held here last Wednesday through Friday.
  14. multicandidate
    • 2007 April 23, Adam Nagourney, “Debates Losing a Bit of Luster in a Big Field”, New York Times:
      “Debates are important, but in these big multicandidate races they end up not being an exchange of ideas, but just an exchange of sound bites.
  15. nonpitcher
  16. nonstructure
    • 2007 April 23, Noam Cohen, “The Latest on Virginia Tech, From Wikipedia”, New York Times:
      Yet that seemingly chaotic nonstructure best describes the scene at Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, which, for a few days last week, served as an essential news source for hundreds of thousands of people on the Internet trying to understand the shootings at Virginia Tech University.
  17. outpitched
  18. outsprinted
    • 2007 April 23, Reuters, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      Juan José Haedo of Argentina outsprinted Fred Rodriguez of the United States to win the stage.
  19. pepperidge
    • 2007 April 23, Paul Vitello, “Views Clash Among Neighbors as Builders Destroy Old for New”, New York Times:
      “There used to be a charming little house here on a heavily wooded lot, with pepperidge and cedar and some beech trees,” said Kevin Kobs, a longtime resident of the neighborhood who stopped to watch the last stages of the clearing and grading of a lot bought by a home builder last year.
  20. pranking
  21. preplayoff
    • 2007 April 23, The Associated Press, “Flames’ Backup Goaltender Suspended”, New York Times:
      “In our preplayoff conference calls with the coaches and general managers of the respective organizations, we addressed a number of topics, and one of them was actions late in the game when the score was out of hand,” said Colin Campbell , the league’s director of hockey operations and chief of discipline.
  22. pseudomystical
  23. railyards
  24. semiluxury
  25. slablike
  26. teardowns
    • 2007 April 23, Paul Vitello, “Views Clash Among Neighbors as Builders Destroy Old for New”, New York Times:
      The National Trust for Historic Preservation , a nonprofit group based in Washington, produced a survey last year indicating fierce conflicts about teardowns, as they are called by opponents — or new construction on existing lots, as home builders call the phenomenon — from Montclair, N.J., Delray Beach, Fla., and the Hamptons of Long Island to Atlanta, Austin, Tex., and suburban communities outside Chicago, Washington, Baltimore, Denver, Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cincinnati and Boston.
  27. wonkery
    • 2007 April 23, David Carr, “Carson-Era Humor, Post-Colbert”, New York Times:
      The advertisers, a big part of the reason the event remains frantically attended, got a nice mix of celebrity and wonkery, but the dinner had the feeling of an artifact, not of a contemporary event.
  28. woodwasp
    • 2007 April 23, The Associated Press, “Albany: Pine-Killing Wasp Monitored”, New York Times:
      The Sirex woodwasp kills pines and sometimes other conifers by introducing a toxic mucus and fungus when the female lays her eggs through the bark and into the sapwood.


  1. heartline: Web site name?
  2. heartwire: Web site name?