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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 2007-08-18 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-11).

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67721 tokens ‧ 49965 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7189 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.25%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-18[edit]

  1. archetypically
  2. cafecito
    • 2007 August 18, Andy Newman, “Raising Sash for a View of the City’s Daily Ballet”, New York Times:
      In East Harlem, Marcelina Figueroa sits at her broad windowsill, one hand curled around a cafecito, the other dangling a cigarette, feeling the breeze and watching the procession: passers-by, parking-spot seekers, pecking sparrows.
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  3. congressionally
  4. countercampaign
    • 2007 August 18, David Barboza, “China Seeks to Regain Confidence on Food Safety”, New York Times:
      Determined to show that it is responding to the crisis, the government has moved aggressively in recent months to mount a countercampaign, announcing a lengthy list of new regulations and inspection controls and promising to crack down on illegal and counterfeit operations.
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  5. errantly
  6. hyperextended
  7. minibreaks
    • 2007 August 18, Ken Belson, “Vacations Get Shorter, but Turn Up More Often”, New York Times:
      While such minibreaks used to supplement traditional vacations when work was slow, a growing number of Americans are now stacking up a series of shorter getaways and shunning longer stretches.
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  8. nonurban
    • 2007 August 18, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “On the Spot”, New York Times:
      I love this for the same reason Liebling does — the way it reduces the nonurban land surface of the planet to a single, homogeneous vanishing point. Mr. Bimstein was also perpetuating an ancient poetic habit, singling out an idealized setting from among the chiggers and ticks, the pokeweed and the poison ivy, in the actual countryside.
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  9. preprofessional
  10. radiotelescope
  11. rustlings
  12. shoetops
    • 2007 August 18, Ben Shpigel, “It’s Time to Get Going, So Mets and Glavine Do”, New York Times:
      Castillo snagged the short-hop throw at his shoetops and, while falling toward the mound, whipped a strong sidearm throw to Easley to nab Zimmerman by a half-step and complete the double play.
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  13. uncashed
  14. ylem

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