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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 2007-09-18 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-11).

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97405 tokens ‧ 72628 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8781 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.33%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. biocompasses
    • 2007 September 18, Natalie Angier, “Songs and Sojourns of the Season”, New York Times:
      Guided by the Earth’s magnetic field, starlight and other biocompasses that scientists have yet to fully divine, the birds wheel over land and sea, alighting opportunistically en route to rest, preen and refuel.
  2. broodstock
  3. cocalero
    • 2007 September 18, Simon Romero, “A Radical Gives Bolivia Some Stability”, New York Times:
      With a cocalero in power, cocalero activists no longer shut down the main highway from Santa Cruz, enabling the province’s exports to reach important markets.
  4. cocaleros
    • 2007 September 18, Simon Romero, “A Radical Gives Bolivia Some Stability”, New York Times:
      But Mr. Morales, the first Indian to govern Bolivia since the Spanish conquest almost five centuries ago, knows a thing or two about unrest, having organized protests for years as the leader of the country’s cocaleros, or coca cultivators, who fiercely resist American efforts to eradicate their crops.
  5. coumadin
    • 2007 September 18, Jane E. Brody, “The ‘Poisonous Cocktail’ of Multiple Drugs”, New York Times:
      The woman described above passed out because she had a bleeding stomach ulcer from a combination of drugs that irritate the stomach, Celebrex, ibuprofen and aspirin, and thin the blood, coumadin and aspirin, made worse by an antibiotic that raises blood levels of coumadin.
  6. garhi
  7. gingerita
    • 2007 September 18, Melena Ryzik, “Wiping the Stains Off a Bit of Old New York Glamour”, New York Times:
      Among the changes that give it a new younger look and feel: slickly recessed L.E.D. lighting, shiny, patterned blue banquettes to replace the old salmon-colored ones, mirrored columns, beaded gold wallpaper, tuna tartare and of-the-moment cocktails like the agave gingerita (tequila, fresh ginger, Cointreau, egg white) on the menu.
  8. herdwide
    • 2007 September 18, “Antibiotic Runoff”, New York Times:
      The first solution — the least likely to be acceptable in the hog industry — is to ban the wholesale, herdwide use of antibiotics.
  9. humanlike
    • 2007 September 18, John Noble Wilford, “Lost in a Million-Year Gap, Solid Clues to Human Origins”, New York Times:
      Subsequent finds, from a time beginning after 1.9 million years ago, revealed an early Homo identified as Homo habilis, the “handy man,” a species with a somewhat larger brain and a more humanlike face, teeth and stature than the apelike australopithecines.
  10. joropo
    • 2007 September 18, The Associated Press, “Aldemaro Romero, Composer, Dies at 79”, New York Times:
      Mr. Romero went beyond established genres as he composed a fusion of styles like bossa nova and Venezuelan joropo, and recorded with the American jazz guitarist Charlie Byrd.
  11. multihit
  12. mutuel *
    • 2007 September 18, Bill Finley, “Two Former Scales Clerks for NYRA Are Cleared”, New York Times:
      The two were arrested at a time when NYRA was fighting for survival and appeared eager to show lawmakers who would decide its future that it was cracking down on malfeasance after several of its mutuel clerks were found guilty of tax evasion and money laundering.
  13. nonpaper
    • 2007 September 18, Mark Landler, “In Europe, Some Toy Makers Shun the China Label”, New York Times:
      The same goes for Lego, the Danish maker of toy bricks, and for Ravensburger, a German puzzle and game manufacturer, though it does produce small quantities of nonpaper toys in Chinese factories.
  14. obocchan
    • 2007 September 18, Joichi Ito, “In Japan, Stagnation Wins Again”, New York Times:
      An obocchan is a type of well-to-do, slightly spoiled child of a powerful family. Mr. Abe may have been an obocchan but, wanting to be liked by everyone, he made efforts to address the concerns of the working class.
  15. precredit
    • 2007 September 18, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      The new anamorphic transfer replaces the title and eliminates a precredit sequence of Price reading the poem.
  16. prescriber
  17. recertified
  18. rivalrous
  19. scratchpads
    • 2007 September 18, Natalie Angier, “Songs and Sojourns of the Season”, New York Times:
      We spent the day whizzing past dappled lakes and lush grasses in the refuge here in Smyrna, Del., stopping instead at the bleakest, barest, beige-brownest scratchpads of land we could find.
  20. sims
  21. snippily
  22. sousveillance
    • 2007 September 18, Martha Schwendener, “In Brooklyn, a Confluxion Junction”, New York Times:
      A panel discussion was devoted to “Sousveillance Culture,” sousveillance being the Situationist term for watching from below (“sous” means under in French) rather than monitoring from above.
  23. transequatorial *
    • 2007 September 18, Natalie Angier, “Songs and Sojourns of the Season”, New York Times:
      The birds were all down in the dumps poking and swishing for prey of their own — insects, worms, crustaceans, anything to help replenish their fat stores for the next leg of their long, possibly transequatorial flight.
  24. tublets
    • 2007 September 18, Natalie Angier, “Songs and Sojourns of the Season”, New York Times:
      If you were to take one of these fluffy tublets and blow on its feathers, said Dr. Lovette, you would see bumps of white fat barely held in check by its skin.