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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 2007-06-04 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-04).

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67213 tokens ‧ 49199 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7180 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.348%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. agencylike
    • 2007 June 4, Louise Story, “Publishers Creating Their Own In-House Ad Agencies”, New York Times:
      Over the last five years, Mr. Beckman has developed an agencylike business within Condé Nast’s ad sales unit, generating new revenue by planning events for advertisers and creating advertisements that help sell more magazine pages.
  2. antimusical
    • 2007 June 4, Alastair Macaulay, “Wake Up, Princess, the Movies Are Calling”, New York Times:
      This does become monstrously antimusical in one scene: when Tchaikovsky ’s music, softly depicting the sleeping palace (my favorite passage of this composer’s entire oeuvre, with its beautifully muffled oboe melody suggesting how beauty ripens in sleep like a chrysalis), is turned into an epic battle for the poor passive Prince, conducted between the wicked Carabosse, with her ghoulish minions, and the Lilac Fairy, with her elves.
  3. frontlist
  4. genuses
  5. greenside
    • 2007 June 4, Damon Hack, “Inspired by Nicklaus, Choi Wins Memorial”, New York Times:
      With Nicklaus watching on a hill above the 444-yard, par-4 18th hole, Choi hit out of a greenside bunker to 5 feet and curled in the winning putt.
  6. groundout
    • 2007 June 4, Ben Shpigel, “Pérez Has a Bad Day and Mets Lose”, New York Times:
      Against Davis, like Pérez a left-hander who superstitiously skips over foul lines, the Mets scored their only run on Delgado’s groundout in the sixth, and they truly threatened only once, in the eighth, when they loaded the bases with two outs.
  7. housecleaner
    • 2007 June 4, Nina Bernstein, “A Mexican Baby Boom in New York Shows the Strength of a New Immigrant Group”, New York Times:
      Lilian’s 19-year-old mother, Teresa Vazquez, came from the state of Puebla, where agricultural traditions encourage big families. Ms. Vazquez, a housecleaner married to a busboy, joined two brothers and a sister in New York two years ago and has another four siblings in Mexico.
  8. lockjawed
    • 2007 June 4, Ben Brantley, “Bound by Blood, but Separated by a Breach in Sanity”, New York Times:
      A work that never quite succeeds in matching its thoughtful head to its sentimental heart, “Crazy Mary” charts a culture clash between a lockjawed, button-down matron and her distant cousin, a longtime sanitarium resident who is, to put it politely, bonkers.
  9. midlist
    • 2007 June 4, Celia Mcgee, “A Way to Give Authors a Lucrative Second Platform”, New York Times:
      He scoffs at the lesser-known, midlist and emerging authors the publishers have been working to promote alongside more established names — many of whom already have lecture representation.
  10. miniagencies
  11. nonjournalists
    • 2007 June 4, Lia Miller, “Trial of Black Raises Conflict Issue”, New York Times:
      Kelly McBride, a journalism ethics specialist at the Poynter Institute, said that this situation was not unusual in the profession, and often drew criticism from nonjournalists.
  12. nonregular
    • 2007 June 4, Ben Shpigel, “Pérez Has a Bad Day and Mets Lose”, New York Times:
      Then their plans for a regular day were ruined when they lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks , 4-1, in decidedly nonregular fashion at Shea Stadium.
  13. prestart
  14. publicizable
  15. refighting
    • 2007 June 4, Diane Cardwell, “Bloomberg Cast as Enemy No. 1 of Gun Rights”, New York Times:
      “We aren’t interested in refighting an ideological battle,” said Edward Skyler, the deputy mayor overseeing the gun effort.
  16. rewinded
  17. shticky
  18. superfabulous
    • 2007 June 4, Melena Ryzik, “The Superfabulous World of Rufus Wainwright”, New York Times:
      He must be expecting an onslaught, because Mr. Wainwright, 33, the singer-songwriter-rhinestone-lover, has been superfabulous lately.
  19. tetrachloroethylene
    • 2007 June 4, The Associated Press, “Queens: Drinking Water Proposal”, New York Times:
      The State Senate’s Democratic party leader has introduced a bill that would ban the use of the chemical tetrachloroethylene, known as perc, which is frequently used in dry cleaning and auto body repair.
  20. treescape
    • 2007 June 4, Alastair Macaulay, “Wake Up, Princess, the Movies Are Calling”, New York Times:
      The unashamedly bold, often cheerfully clashing colors in both décor and costumes (by Willa Kim) are Disneyesque too, though surely Walt’s artists would have imitated Corot much less crudely in the autumnal treescape behind the Hunt scene.
  21. unenthused
    • 2007 June 4, Joe Lapointe, “All Over but the Shouting”, New York Times:
      Cox was unenthused but cooperative when asked recently to discuss the prospect of exceeding McGraw in ejections.
  22. ungallant
    • 2007 June 4, Ben Brantley, “Bound by Blood, but Separated by a Breach in Sanity”, New York Times:
      Sigourney Weaver and Kristine Nielsen serve their specialties with such gusto in “Crazy Mary,” the new comedy by A. R. Gurney that opened last night at Playwrights Horizons , that it feels ungallant to point out that their characters are as artificial as hard-plastic dolls.
  23. unlived
    • 2007 June 4, Ben Brantley, “Bound by Blood, but Separated by a Breach in Sanity”, New York Times:
      His earlier plays had the passive wistfulness of Henry James portraits of unlived lives; “Crazy Mary” has the active morality of E. M. Forster novels, demanding that its characters get off their isolated duffs and connect with the world beyond.
  24. upfronts
    • 2007 June 4, Maria Aspan, “Everybody Talks About the Weather; All of a Sudden, It’s Controversial”, New York Times:
      Last year, the channel entered into a partnership with Starcom , an agency that is part of the Publicis Groupe , guaranteeing minute-to-minute ratings; at this year’s television upfronts, the network extended that guarantee to qualified other advertisers and agencies.