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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 2007-11-27 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-26).

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93534 tokens ‧ 69890 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8773 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.445%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. anticounterfeiting
    • 2007 November 27, Katie Hafner, “Tiffany and eBay in Fight Over Fakes”, New York Times:
      Mr. Durzy said that eBay had put in place additional anticounterfeiting measures since Tiffany filed its suit.
  2. biometrically
    • 2007 November 27, Joe Sharkey, “Express Lanes Moving Slowly”, New York Times:
      The programs two widely promoted initial technological innovations have been an electronic shoe scanner, developed by Mr. Brills company, that is supposed to allow members to keep their shoes on at checkpoints and a biometrically encoded identity card for members who have paid the annual fee of $99.95 and passed a federal check to verify that their names are not on terrorist watch lists.
  3. breakability
    • 2007 November 27, Anahad OConnor, “The Claim: Growing Pains Are Caused by Growth Spurts”, New York Times:
      After ultrasound tests, the researchers found that the children in the pain group had decreased bone speed of sound a measure of bone strength and breakability suggesting that they suffered instead from a local overuse syndrome.
  4. declinist
    • 2007 November 27, David Brooks, “Follow the Fundamentals”, New York Times:
      The U.S. standard of living first surpassed the rest of the worlds in about 1740, and despite dozens of cycles of declinist foreboding, the country has resolutely refused to decay.
  5. delegitimization
  6. endocast
  7. endocasts
  8. exclusivist
    • 2007 November 27, “Science, Religion and God (2 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Religious/philosophical traditions that emphasize continuity, connectedness and not coincidentally compassion have little difficulty acknowledging the fundamental unity of all living things, by contrast with the exclusivist Western perspective.
  9. flyhawks
  10. freesurfer
  11. freesurfing
  12. klezmeric
  13. landraces
  14. mianserin
  15. microfilters
    • 2007 November 27, Randal C. Archibold, “From Sewage, Added Water for Drinking”, New York Times:
      The Groundwater Replenishment System , as the $481 million plant here is known, is a labyrinth of tubing and tanks that sucks in treated sewer water the color of dark beer from a sanitation plant next door, and first runs it through microfilters to remove solids.
  16. midscale
    • 2007 November 27, Joe Sharkey, “Memo Pad”, New York Times:
      Besides the midscale Park Plaza, which caters to business travelers , the hotel brands of the Minneapolis-based Carlson include the upscale Regent Hotels, the full-service Radisson Hotels, the midscale Country Inns & Suites and the economy-scale Park Inn.
  17. neuroanatomist
    • 2007 November 27, Michael Balter, “In Study of Brain Evolution, Zeal and Bitter Debate”, New York Times:
      Chet Sherwood, a neuroanatomist who studied with Dr. Holloway and is now based at George Washington University , said Dr. Holloways penchant for getting into scientific arguments had not diminished.
  18. nongamers
    • 2007 November 27, Tara Parker-Pope, “Moving Beyond Joysticks, and Off the Couch”, New York Times:
      But girls who played video games during the week spent 13 fewer minutes on homework, representing about one-third less time, than nongamers.
  19. nonjury
    • 2007 November 27, Bloomberg News, “Wachovia Broker, Guilty of Illegal Trades, Is to Pay Fine”, New York Times:
      Mark Michel, a broker in Wachovias office in DeKalb, Ill., bought more than $1.4 million worth of Blue Rhino shares for himself and 47 customers over six trading days before its acquisition by Ferrellgas Partners in 2004, Judge Ruben Castillo of Federal District Court in Chicago said yesterday after a five-day nonjury trial.
  20. paranormalist
  21. precertify
    • 2007 November 27, Katie Hafner, “Tiffany and eBay in Fight Over Fakes”, New York Times:
      Mr. Potter said that if the judge found that eBay had the same duty as flea markets and traditional retail stores to not sell counterfeit products, eBay will likely have to either stop auctioning famous luxury products or radically alter the way it does business so that it can precertify the authenticity of those products.
  22. predemocratic
  23. requalify
    • 2007 November 27, Joe Sharkey, “One Holiday Down, More Headaches to Go”, New York Times:
      Furthermore, she was told at the airport, she would not earn elite-status qualifying miles for the trip, which she had been counting on to hit the 25,000-mile minimum requirement to requalify for next year.
  24. ritualization
    • 2007 November 27, Natalie Angier, “The Dance of Evolution, or How Art Got Its Start”, New York Times:
      These operations of ritualization, these affiliative signals between mother and infant, are aesthetic operations, too, she said in an interview.
  25. semifamous
  26. stitchwork
    • 2007 November 27, Kevin Sack, “In Hospice Care, Longer Lives Mean Money Lost”, New York Times:
      Inside a clapboard house, she checked the vital signs of Loretta L. Pettway, a former farmhand whose stitchwork has been celebrated in postage stamps and picture books, and found that her blood pressure was a bit high.
  27. talkfest
    • 2007 November 27, Mike Hale, “The Gangs All Here Again: W, Bill and of Course Jack”, New York Times:
      The retro vibe that the show gives off is reinforced by its set a cross between the All in the Family living room and the unadorned stage of a 1975 afternoon talkfest like The Mike Douglas Show and, unfortunately, by Mr. Caliendos choice of subjects, among which Mr. Madden is positively 21st century.
  28. tanoaks
  29. tappings
    • 2007 November 27, Alastair Macaulay, “Thanks to a Protge, Power in Rarely Seen Balanchine”, New York Times:
      While strange tappings of percussion began the music, one, two no, four pools of light appeared, showing a corps of seven women and five men in black tights, the two leads (who seldom meet) in white.
  30. tunesmiths
    • 2007 November 27, Clyde Haberman, “A 1930s Song of Americana Still Resonates”, New York Times:
      Seventy-five years ago, though, a couple of tunesmiths heard a similar plea and produced a song that endures as an anthem for the downtrodden and the forgotten.
  31. undanced
    • 2007 November 27, Alastair Macaulay, “Thanks to a Protge, Power in Rarely Seen Balanchine”, New York Times:
      These days Ms. Farrell runs a ballet company based at the Kennedy Center here, and though she has presented works by other choreographers, she is in the vanguard of restoring to the stage ballets by Balanchine that have long passed undanced.
  32. workworm


  1. bentgrass
    • 2007 November 27, Bloomberg News, “Miracle-Gro Maker Pays U.S. Fine”, New York Times:
      Scotts Miracle-Gro, maker of Miracle-Gro plant food, agreed yesterday to pay $500,000 to resolve allegations that it violated testing rules for genetically engineered creeping bentgrass, the federal Department of Agriculture said.
  2. bristlecone
    • 2007 November 27, Jim Robbins, “Reaching for the Sky: A California Project to Clone Redwoods”, New York Times:
      The project was organized by the Champion Tree Project International, a nonprofit group from Michigan that has helped clone many of the largest and oldest living trees, including Methuselah, a bristlecone pine in the White Mountains of eastern California.
  3. tardive *
    • 2007 November 27, Elissa Ely, M.D., “A Stable Doctor for a Scattered Life”, New York Times:
      It is an old-school antipsychotic that causes restlessness , Parkinsonian stiffness, the involuntary movements called tardive dyskinesia , and rarely but unforgettably a dystonic reaction, in which muscles go into spasm and the patient is left outwardly paralyzed but inwardly in agony.