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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 2007-07-14 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-11).

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76530 tokens ‧ 56311 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7406 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.257%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antimarijuana
    • 2007 July 14, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Rove Strategy Paper Found in Nixon Archive”, New York Times:
      As to the reference to “Reefer Madness,” a torrid antimarijuana propaganda film later revived as a countercultural favorite, the 56-year-old Mr. Rove pleaded forgetfulness.
  2. danciness
    • 2007 July 14, Alastair Macaulay, “Turning a Danish Prism of Joy”, New York Times:
      Bournonville choreography catches a quintessence of danciness: kinesthetically intoxicating.
  3. downpayments *
    • 2007 July 14, “No Protection for Homeowners”, New York Times:
      That lender protection is a holdover from 30 years ago, when mortgage bankers required ample downpayments and most home loans had fixed interest rates.
  4. entwinements
    • 2007 July 14, Mike Mcintire, “Clinton Backer’s Ties to Powerful Cut Both Ways”, New York Times:
      But in the modern era of political money, where the race for cash has effectively become a campaign unto itself, Mr. Gupta’s entwinements with the Democrats, and his abrupt step back, illustrate the pitfalls of such relationships, both for the candidates and for the wealthy contributors who hunger for the access and the attention their largess can bring.
  5. forceout
  6. gobsmacking
    • 2007 July 14, Seth Schiesel, “Can Sony Revitalize Its Games? Yes, Maybe”, New York Times:
      Having attended nearly three dozen meetings, presentations and parties since Tuesday and seeing at least 100 new games, it appears to me that after more than a year of gobsmacking miscalculations, missteps and plain old mistakes, Sony’s game group is possibly getting its act back together.
  7. jumpstarting
    • 2007 July 14, David Kocieniewski, “Competing Biographies at Issue in the James Corruption Case”, New York Times:
      In his public statements during the past year, Mr. James has said that his actions were responsible for jumpstarting Newark’s once-moribund real estate market, and that they were sanctioned by other officials.
  8. mineworker
  9. mountainscape
    • 2007 July 14, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “A Fine View, on the Outside at Least”, New York Times:
      The two forms are joined by the imposing public lobby, its glass facade slanting back dramatically from the street to evoke a glistening mountainscape.
  10. nonincumbent
    • 2007 July 14, Michael Luo, “‘Comeback Kid’ of ’92, Now Half of Combo, Returns to New Hampshire”, New York Times:
      In what has become his own stump speech, Mr. Clinton repeated a line he used in Iowa: “I would be doing this, if asked, if we were not married, because in my lifetime, I believe she is the best prepared nonincumbent I have ever had a chance to vote for for president of the United States.”
  11. pranksterish
    • 2007 July 14, John F. Burns, “In a Baghdad Killing, Questions That Haunt Iraq”, New York Times:
      Mr. Hassan, a heavyset, pranksterish 23-year-old, loved the new world of cellphones, online computers and downloadable videos ushered in by the American occupation of Iraq, so much so that he spent a quarter of his monthly salary recently on another new phone.
  12. radioimmunotherapies
  13. semisubmerged
    • 2007 July 14, Harry Hurt Iii, “The Incomplete Angler”, New York Times:
      All I could see was a three-ringed ripple, and beyond that, the semisubmerged silhouette of a fellow student.
  14. stingingly
    • 2007 July 14, Alastair Macaulay, “Turning a Danish Prism of Joy”, New York Times:
      Yet these dances, even with taped music, remain stingingly alive as dances .
  15. tznius
    • 2007 July 14, Samuel G. Freedman, “Of Disparate Faiths, but of Like Mind on Dress Code”, New York Times:
      The definition of tznius in female attire varies across the Orthodox spectrum, but for those in the middle ground between Modern Orthodox on the progressive end and Hasidim on the restrictive end, the norms include skirts dropping to the ankle, blouses buttoned at the neck and sleeves running to the wrist.
  16. unmusically
    • 2007 July 14, Alastair Macaulay, “Turning a Danish Prism of Joy”, New York Times:
      The “Festival Polonaise” pas de deux, choreographed by Harald Lander in 1942 and 1963, must have worked better once, since it has been maintained over the decades, but as danced in 2007 by young Gudrun Bojesen and Ulrik Birkkjaer, forced unmusically onto its Johan Svendsen score, it looks like a too-determined gala concoction.


  1. quilty = guilty
    • 2007 July 14, The New York Times, “Guilty Plea in Iraq Kickback Case”, New York Times:
      It was Anthony J. Martin, 58, of Houston who pleaded quilty — not Rodger A. Heaton, who as attorney general for the Central District of Illinois prosecuted the case.
  2. shaytal