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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 2008-02-02 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-03).

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86641 tokens ‧ 63177 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8064 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.161%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. blastproof
    • 2008 February 2, Stephen Farrell, “Two Bombings Wreak Carnage in Iraqi Capital”, New York Times:
      Army units sealed off the market, a parade of dilapidated shops where bloodstained feathers clung to broken cages and shop windows were secured with layers of thick blastproof wiring.
  2. fratboy
    • 2008 February 2, Dan Mitchell, “Bullish About the Web”, New York Times:
      They include the 2003 “Catfight” ad for Miller Light, aimed at the fratboy demographic, and the 1973 Noxema spot, starring Joe Namath , Farrah Fawcett and a whole lot of “near pornographic” innuendo.
  3. housemen
  4. incorporators
    • 2008 February 2, James Barron, “Union Workers Protest Firing by Players Club”, New York Times:
      The Players Club has had its famous names: Mark Twain and Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman were among its incorporators; the town house was remodeled by Stanford White , the architect who left his imprint on so much of New York in the Gilded Age; and the current membership roll includes Lauren Bacall , Harry Belafonte , Judy Collins , Walter Cronkite , Rue McClanahan and Liv Ullman.
  5. methamidophos
  6. multiperson
  7. nonhumanitarian
    • 2008 February 2, “A New Chapter in Ethnic Cleansing”, New York Times:
      If reason can’t persuade them to reconcile, then sanctions and a suspension of nonhumanitarian assistance must be seriously considered.
  8. nontouristy
    • 2008 February 2, Leslie Eaton, “Parade Returns, and New Orleans’s Heart Rejoices”, New York Times:
      Endymion is the krewe of merrymakers that puts on the biggest and most lavish Mardi Gras parade in this Mardi Gras-crazy town, the only parade that traditionally rolls through the decidedly nontouristy neighborhood known as Mid-City.
  9. safarigoers
  10. tamboura