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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 2008-03-11 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-03).

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88230 tokens ‧ 64723 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8380 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.215%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bracers
  2. choicer
  3. dolphinlike
  4. hunkiness
  5. multijointed
  6. nondigital
    • 2008 March 11, Stuart Elliott, “Using a Founding Father to Promote the Art of Letter-Writing”, New York Times:
      To introduce or reintroduce computer users to the delights of nondigital expression, visitors to can be connected to , a Web site owned by a company called ink2, where they can choose from one of six free greeting cards bearing quotations from John or Abigail Adams.
  7. nonprosecution
    • 2008 March 11, Philip Shenon, “New Guidelines Ahead of Ashcroft Testimony”, New York Times:
      It has been the Justice Department’s preference in the Bush administration to resolve criminal investigations of large corporations with so-called nonprosecution or deferred prosecution agreements.
  8. nonrevenue
  9. overenthusiasm
  10. pityingly
    • 2008 March 11, Alastair Macaulay, “A Season’s Worth of Splashes From Paul Taylor’s Rich Reservoir”, New York Times:
      And when I occasionally meet dance fans who don’t love masterpieces like “Esplanade” or “Cloven Kingdom” — both among the supreme expressions of human self-contradiction and peaceable paradox — I can only sigh and say, “It is your loss” (just as several of Mr. Taylor’s admirers look at me pityingly when I say I don’t adore his “Piazzolla Caldera”).
  11. provocateuse
    • 2008 March 11, Jon Pareles, “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inducts Madonna”, New York Times:
      For her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame , she didn’t worry about whether her career as a pop hitmaker, image maker, sex symbol and provocateuse qualified her as a important figure in any narrowly defined genre of rock ’n’ roll.
  12. refuelers
    • 2008 March 11, Jeff Bailey, “Boeing Says It Will Protest Tanker Deal”, New York Times:
      The company acknowledges that the protest could slow delivery of the tankers, which are needed to begin replacing a nearly 50-year-old fleet of cold-war-era refuelers.
  13. rhetorics
  14. semiperpetual
  15. ultrafortissimos