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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 2007-08-31 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-11).

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92785 tokens ‧ 66860 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8820 types ‧ 36 (~ 0.408%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. anticolonialists
  2. astilbe
    • 2007 August 31, Kathryn Matthews, “From a Single Plant, a World-Class Garden Grows”, New York Times:
      Interspersed throughout the clematis beds were shrubs and other perennials in various stages of bloom, including tree peonies, astilbe, Oriental lilies and irises.
  3. bachata
    • 2007 August 31, New York Times[1]:
      AVENTURA (Saturday) This appealing Latino boy-band makes hits in a variety of genres, from bachata to R&B to reggaetón.
  4. barcarolle
    • 2007 August 31, Vivien Schweitzer, “For Floating Concert Hall, a Gently Rocking Trio”, New York Times:
      Alexandra du Bois’s yearning “Soleil sur Mer” (“Sun on Sea”), inspired by the barcarolle, had a literal accompaniment from the waves gently rocking the floating concert hall, Bargemusic, in its world premiere on Wednesday night.
  5. boula
  6. callups
  7. campuswide
  8. chamberlike
    • 2007 August 31, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      TODD SICKAFOOSE’S BLOOD ORANGE (Thursday) Indie rock is more than a passing influence on this chamberlike group, which features the songs and stalwart bass playing of Todd Sickafoose, alongside contributions from the violinist Jenny Scheinman, the trumpeter Shane Endsley, the guitarists Mike Gamble and Jonathan Goldberger, and the twin brothers Alan and Mark Ferber on trombone and drums.
  9. collagelike
    • 2007 August 31, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      The sharp young company brings energy and wit to both the collagelike text, composed of odd tales of dispossession, and Michael Friedman’s eclectic cavalcade of pastiche songs.
  10. confidentialities
  11. contentments
    • 2007 August 31, Ginia Bellafante, “A Festival Rooted in Female Ingenuity”, New York Times:
      Mr. Epstein recedes into a wonderful sloppiness and moves with the jitteriness of someone no longer able to confine himself to the skin of his own meager contentments.
  12. exceedances
  13. experimentalism
  14. frostinglike
    • 2007 August 31, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      There are variations, like Al Held’s stark, existentialist compositions, with the canvas divided into quadrants. Ms. Goldfarb’s impasto is applied, frostinglike, with a palette knife, and Norman Bluhm offers a symphony of splatters.
  15. grippy
    • 2007 August 31, Melena Ryzik, “Portable Theater (Just Go With the Flow)”, New York Times:
      Naturally, the men play the set, drumming on the metal scaffolding as they climb around it wearing special grippy gloves.
  16. intercuts
  17. loopily
    • 2007 August 31, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Much of Peter Coffin’s loopily effective work focuses on humans’ relationships to nature, filtered through his own brand of mystical pseudoscience.
  18. loopiness
    • 2007 August 31, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      So Mr. Coffin’s small exhibition at the Horticultural Society of New York makes perfect sense, as does its loopiness.
  19. microtonality
    • 2007 August 31, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      But Mr. Eaton provides a striking, sophisticated score that proves that microtonality and the angular vocal and instrumental lines that typically evoke modernist angst can create manic comedy just as easily.
  20. minicourse
    • 2007 August 31, Tamar Lewin, “N.Y.U. Plans a Branch in Abu Dhabi, Officials Say”, New York Times:
      Many details remain to be worked out, but the expectations are that while most faculty members would be hired from elsewhere, financial incentives would help lure dozens of New York University professors — and not just those interested in the Middle East — to the Abu Dhabi campus even if only for a semester or a January minicourse.
  21. multitool
    • 2007 August 31, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      9 P.M. (Discovery) SURVIVORMAN Les Stroud, who can seemingly handle any situation with little more than raw instinct, sheer will and a multitool, starts to sweat on the arid South African plains, where he has planted himself for seven days.
  22. outpointed
    • 2007 August 31, The Associated Press, “Holyfield to Fight for Title”, New York Times:
      Ibragimov (21-0-1, 17 KOs), the 2000 Olympic silver medalist, became the W.B.O. champ when he outpointed Shannon Briggs in Atlantic City in June.
  23. preapproved
    • 2007 August 31, Holland Cotter, “Caribbean Visions of Tropical Paradise and Protest”, New York Times:
      The average Chelsea artist — white, male, middle class, born in the United States and a graduate of one of four or five powerful art schools — is a preapproved art-world player, as are his dealers, collectors and critics, who mostly fit the same demographic.
  24. prefire
    • 2007 August 31, Dennis Smith, “Burning Questions After a Blaze”, New York Times:
      There is much talk of a prefire plan for the Deutsche Bank building, and a paper trail will uncover on whose desk that plan landed.
  25. sangiovese *
    • 2007 August 31, Nick Kaye, “The Villages of Loreto Bay and Montaluce Winery and Estates”, New York Times:
      DETAILS This 400-acre gated development about an hour north of Atlanta will consist of one- to three-and-a-half-acre homesites and villa- and cottage-style houses from 1,100 to 6,300 square feet laid out around vineyards that will produce sangiovese, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and merlot.
  26. superbrat
  27. triggerman
    • 2007 August 31, Ralph Blumenthal, “Governor Commutes Sentence in Texas”, New York Times:
      Mr. Perry raised doubts about the law that allowed Mr. Foster and the triggerman to be tried together and urged the Legislature to re-examine the issue.
  28. twinklier
    • 2007 August 31, New York Times[2]:
      AMIINA (Wednesday) The four women of Amiina, who have recorded and toured with their fellow Icelanders Sigur Ros, are nominally a string quartet but also go into twinklier realms, playing harmoniums, glockenspiels, singing wine glasses, bells, harpsichords and other instruments in dreamlike, celestial combinations.
  29. unstuffy
    • 2007 August 31, Ginia Bellafante, “A Festival Rooted in Female Ingenuity”, New York Times:
      Begun in 1987, the Hudson Valley festival mounted a lively production of “As You Like It” this year on the grounds of the Boscobel estate in Garrison, N.Y. It runs through Sept. 2, and it is a delight, an unstuffy antidote to the Kenneth Branagh version recently shown on HBO.
  30. yearslong
    • 2007 August 31, Melena Ryzik, “Portable Theater (Just Go With the Flow)”, New York Times:
      That opening will be the culmination of a yearslong odyssey from concept to performance that involved surmounting death and bureaucracy, illness and poverty, logistical challenges and timing foul-ups in steadfast dedication to a creative vision.