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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 2007-08-30 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-11).

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97511 tokens ‧ 71766 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8863 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.282%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bolter
    • 2007 August 30, The Associated Press, “Nevada: Miner’s Body Is Recovered”, New York Times:
      He was operating a bolter, a large piece of equipment used to drill bolts into the hard rock, when the accident occurred.
  2. callicarpas
    • 2007 August 30, Anne Raver, “Vistas and Close-Ups, Staged by a Filmmaker”, New York Times:
      There were callicarpas full of pale lavender berries, which would turn purple in the fall; viburnums and shrub dogwoods; and lacy elderberries juxtaposed against dense evergreens or the large, floppy leaves of an oakleaf hydrangea.
  3. campuswide
    • 2007 August 30, Ian Urbina, “Virginia Tech Criticized for Actions in Shooting”, New York Times:
      Though the report’s criticism was strong, it concluded that a campuswide lockdown after the first shootings, a double homicide, would have been impractical and probably ineffective in stopping Mr. Cho, 23.
  4. certifiers
  5. clapboards
  6. countback
    • 2007 August 30, Christopher Clarey, “No Shortage of Fairy-Tale Finishes at Worlds”, New York Times:
      That could mean long-term trouble for the competition, because he is already world champion after winning the gold on a countback.
  7. curatorship
  8. curatorships
  9. faceplate
  10. heavyhanded
  11. intraconference
    • 2007 August 30, Pete Thamel, “Marquee Opener Is Not a Sign of Things to Come”, New York Times:
      The best intraconference games involving Big East teams are South Florida at Auburn on Sept. 8, West Virginia at Maryland on Sept. 13, Louisville at Kentucky on Sept. 15 and Maryland at Rutgers on Sept. 29.
  12. menschy
  13. noncelebrity
    • 2007 August 30, Natasha Singer, “Bottled Blondes, You Too Can Break Free”, New York Times:
      In her book, Ms. Kreamer sets out to prove that an attractive noncelebrity can also remain alluring as she lets her ersatz brunette fade to gray.
  14. nonsugary
    • 2007 August 30, Tim Murphy, “Older Doughnut Lovers Revolt in Putnam County”, New York Times:
      They appealed to other officials, too, getting County Executive Robert J. Bondi to send Mr. Huestis a memo asking for a compromise in which breads and other nonsugary baked goods would be served in the morning, and the doughnuts set aside to be taken home at day’s end.
  15. notator
    • 2007 August 30, Roslyn Sulcas, “All the Right Moves”, New York Times:
      “Dance is not an ephemeral art form,” said Sandra Aberkalns, the senior staff notator at the bureau.
  16. notators
    • 2007 August 30, Roslyn Sulcas, “All the Right Moves”, New York Times:
      For this reason, perhaps, along with the expense and the time it takes to compile a score (anything from a few weeks to a year for a big ballet), few companies and choreographers employ notators with any consistency.
  17. outrighted
    • 2007 August 30, Ben Shpigel, “Martínez to Audition for Mets’ Brain Trust”, New York Times:
      Sandy Alomar Jr. cleared waivers and was outrighted to Class AA Binghamton in preparation for his promotion when rosters expand Saturday.
  18. paradegoers
  19. stephanandra
  20. visitorship
    • 2007 August 30, Eve M. Kahn, “Nothing Down, $0 a Month, Hammer Required”, New York Times:
      The resident curator system appeals to some preservationists as an alternative to selling properties off, or to maintaining them as museums at a time of “low visitorship, no endowments and aging board members,” said Donna Ann Harris, a preservation consultant and the author of the recent book “New Solutions for House Museums” (AltaMira Press).


  1. anbaric
  2. glams