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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 2007-07-07 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-04).

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73969 tokens ‧ 54331 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7472 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.415%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. astrobiologists
    • 2007 July 7, Carl Zimmer, “Scientists Urge a Search for Life Not as We Know It”, New York Times:
      The report, which is posted on the Web site of the National Academies,, even explores the possibility of life based on silicon, not carbon, though Dr. Meyer, who had no role in the work, thinks that astrobiologists should limit their search to carbon-based life forms.
  2. baymen
    • 2007 July 7, Corey Kilgannon, “Fishing Fades Where All That Glitters Is Sea”, New York Times:
      Mr. Loewen, one of maybe two dozen full-time baymen remaining on Long Island’s South Fork, says he heard the death knell in June, when state environmental officials tightened the catch limits on the Bonackers’ two main summer species.
  3. crosscourt
  4. ecthyma
    • 2007 July 7, Kim Severson, “Rounded Up in the City, Then Coddled in Style”, New York Times:
      Lucky Lady is in isolation for a couple of weeks, trying to shake a case of contagious ecthyma, or sore mouth, a condition Ms. Coston described as lamb herpes.
  5. feely
    • 2007 July 7, John Branch, “Rain Aside, It’s Clear Skies”, New York Times:
      “But in these touchy feely times, they probably decided that wasn’t the best option.
  6. flutey
    • 2007 July 7, Allan Kozinn, “A ‘Virtual’ Organ Wins New Converts at a Recital”, New York Times:
      In a program split between organ classics and audacious arrangements of piano works, orchestral scores, film music and pop songs, Mr. Carpenter showed that the digital organ can produce the grand sound of a pipe organ, from the crystalline, flutey treble sounds through a robustly reedy and brassy midrange right down to floor-shaking basses.
  7. groundout
    • 2007 July 7, “Tigers 9, Red Sox 2”, New York Times:
      He got out of the inning with a groundout and a liner.
  8. hylastan
    • 2007 July 7, Bloomberg News, “Today in Business”, New York Times:
      Genzyme had earlier said it might end development of an arthritis treatment, hylastan, after the product failed to prove better than steroids.
  9. intransigents
  10. kaffeeklatsch *
  11. landmarked
    • 2007 July 7, “Senator Moynihan’s Legacy”, New York Times:
      The question for the public and especially for Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who has the final say on development and historical preservation of this landmarked site, is whether the new Garden will dominate the new Penn Station just as the present Garden does the old one.
  12. makeable
    • 2007 July 7, The Associated Press, “Woods Avoids Missing Cut at His Event”, New York Times:
      I didn’t want to have that go to waste by missing a makeable putt, and I was grinding pretty hard on that putt to make it.
  13. mudang
  14. mudangs
  15. multiday
    • 2007 July 7, Edward Wyatt, “Americans Seek to Escape Shadows of Those Who Came Before Them”, New York Times:
      Zabriskie said Friday that he felt that he had recovered from a stomach virus that struck him and numerous other riders during the Dauphiné Libéré, a multiday race in June that is often used as a tuneup for the Tour.
  16. nonmanagement
    • 2007 July 7, Jeremy W. Peters, “Jobs Report Finds Growth Still Moderate”, New York Times:
      Compared with June 2006, average hourly earnings for workers in nonmanagement jobs increased 3.9 percent, to $17.38, less than May’s 4 percent advance.
  17. nonpoints
    • 2007 July 7, Viv Bernstein, “Stewart’s Success Falls Short of the Finish”, New York Times:
      Stewart was the favorite to capture the Daytona 500 in February after he won the season-opening Budweiser Shootout nonpoints event and a qualifying race.
  18. nonprosecution
    • 2007 July 7, Bloomberg News, “Omega Fund to Settle U.S. Bribery Inquiry”, New York Times:
      The nonprosecution accord stems from a criminal case pending in New York against Mr. Kozeny, who is accused of paying millions of dollars in bribes to Azeri leaders in 1998 as part of a failed effort to win control of the state-run oil company in the Central Asian republic.
  19. nonsequitur
    • 2007 July 7, “Lady Liberty, Still (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      “The Founding Immigrants,” by Kenneth C. Davis (Op-Ed, July 3), is a nonsequitur in relation to the primary issue facing Americans.
  20. painterliness
    • 2007 July 7, Elisabeth Malkin, “Beyond the Myth, Art Endures”, New York Times:
      Portraits of children show Kahlo working in different styles: a detailed painterliness with her baby niece, splashes of color for what appears to be a servant girl.
  21. paradelike
  22. percussively
    • 2007 July 7, Ben Ratliff, “77 on 7/7/07: A Night for Slithering Into a Musical Organism”, New York Times:
      The fact that the event takes place by the water is no accident: the composed drum patterns in the piece ripple out like a wave and Eye, who will percussively strike a seven-necked guitar as well as sing, activates wavelike tones from a synthesizer toward the end.
  23. porgie
    • 2007 July 7, Corey Kilgannon, “Fishing Fades Where All That Glitters Is Sea”, New York Times:
      Throughout June, the daily limits were down to 30 pounds of fluke and 60 pounds of porgies per fisherman, well below previous catch levels, although just last weekend the porgie limit was raised slightly.
  24. preteenagers
  25. rereadings
    • 2007 July 7, Alice Sebold, “Shelf Life”, New York Times:
      This past summer, in between rereadings of “The Ambassadors” and “The Age of Innocence,” Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel “The Unconsoled” stepped in.
  26. shamanistic
  27. tolevamer
    • 2007 July 7, Bloomberg News, “Today in Business”, New York Times:
      The study results mean the drug tolevamer, for severe diarrhea in hospital patients, will not reach the market by 2009 as predicted, said Maria Cantor, a spokeswoman for the company, based in Cambridge, Mass.
  28. undercovered
    • 2007 July 7, Paul B. Brown Who Is 5-Foot-10, “Look for the Overlooked Stocks”, New York Times:
      If you are looking for a way to invest in undercovered stocks, Ms. Twitchell noted that an exchange traded fund opened last September, the Claymore/Sabrient Stealth E.T.F., “which provides exposure to an index of 150 stocks covered by two or fewer analysts.”
  29. underregulated
    • 2007 July 7, David Barboza, “China Sentences Official to Death for Corruption”, New York Times:
      “This is a harsh but probably necessary strategy to re-establish control over an underregulated sector,” David Zweig, a professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, said of the death-sentence verdict.
  30. unitholders
    • 2007 July 7, Conrad De Aenlle, “Some Experts at Timing Go for Cash”, New York Times:
      Its portfolios have returned more than 20 percent a year after fees for two decades, and those fees — which produce the profits that unitholders have a stake in — have been ample.