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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 2008-03-25 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-03).

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87205 tokens ‧ 64940 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8536 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.363%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antibullying
    • 2008 March 25, Tara Parker-Pope, “When the Bully Sits in the Next Cubicle”, New York Times:
      The New York State Legislature is considering an antibullying bill, and in several other states, including New Jersey and Connecticut, lawmakers have introduced such measures — without success so far.
  2. backsies
    • 2008 March 25, Harvey Araton, “For President, Knicks Could Look Nearby”, New York Times:
      Not one to gloat, Thorn did sound amused Monday when asked if he had broken the news to the Mavericks ’ owner, Mark Cuban : no backsies.
  3. blockheaded
    • 2008 March 25, Ken Johnson, “Suggestive Forms That Come Out of the Plywoodwork”, New York Times:
      Bigger names have come and gone, but few careers in painting have been more consistently interesting over the last 25 years than Carroll Dunham ’s. Mr. Dunham, who is 58 and lives in New York, is known for his cartoonish paintings of blockheaded men with penis-shaped, bullet-firing noses, who star in hectic stories of sexual conflict and global warfare.
  4. chapterplay
    • 2008 March 25, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: ‘The Phantom Empire’”, New York Times:
      Very likely the world’s first singing-cowboy science-fiction adventure, this 12-episode chapterplay, directed by Otto Brower and Breezy Easton, features Gene Autry in his first starring role — as “Gene Autry,” the proprietor of Radio Ranch.
  5. costochondritis
    • 2008 March 25, Barron H. Lerner, “When the Disease Eludes a Diagnosis”, New York Times:
      For example, many patients with chest pain carry a diagnosis of costochondritis (inflammation of the chest wall bones) or gastroesophageal reflux (regurgitation of stomach acid into the esophagus).
  6. counterpunchers
    • 2008 March 25, David W. Chen, “For G.O.P. Moderates, Hope in a Newcomer”, New York Times:
      No sooner had the most mainstream candidate dropped out of the Republican race this month than two counterpunchers from the party’s conservative flank began lacerating each other.
  7. implacing
    • 2008 March 25, Lizette Alvarez, “Six of the Fallen, in Words They Sent Home”, New York Times:
      We did find over 100 RPG’s, IED making materials, insurgents implacing IED’s, artillery rounds, a sniper rifle, and sort of like a terrorist training book and cd’s.
  8. inalterably
    • 2008 March 25, Robin Toner, “Obama’s Test: Can a Liberal Be a Unifier?”, New York Times:
      “Senator Clinton’s argument in this campaign,” he said, “has really been that you can’t change the electoral map, that it’s a static map and we are inalterably divided, so we’ve got to eke out a victory and then try to govern more competently than George Bush has.
  9. inexpressiveness
    • 2008 March 25, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: ‘The Phantom Empire’”, New York Times:
      His perceived inexpressiveness particularly impressed the critics in France, where the perceptive Louis Delluc wrote about him in almost Bressonian terms:
  10. megamansions
    • 2008 March 25, “Last Chapter in Yellowstone”, New York Times:
      The threat of some sort of development — ranchettes and megamansions, most likely — remained.
  11. microenterprises
    • 2008 March 25, Elizabeth Olson, “Small Firms Find Credit Is Tightening”, New York Times:
      “What’s significant here is that microenterprises continued to create new jobs even during the 2001 recession,” said Amy McKenna Luz, president of the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, a national organization for small businesses.
  12. midlist
  13. minimarathons
  14. nonfeminists
  15. nonofficer
    • 2008 March 25, Ian Austen, “U.S. and Canada Accuse Drug Maker of Fraud”, New York Times:
      In a statement, Biovail said that Mr. Howling and Mr. Miszuk “are being reassigned to different nonofficer positions within the company.”
  16. speedskater
  17. tambura
    • 2008 March 25, Allan Kozinn, “Neil Aspinall, Beatles’ Aide, Dies at 66”, New York Times:
      He was among the singers in the celebratory chorus of “Yellow Submarine,” and he played tambura (an Indian drone instrument) on “Within You Without You,” harmonica on “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite” and percussion on “Magical Mystery Tour.”


  1. mijo *
  2. soooooooo
  3. warmists -> global warmist
  4. xmas *
    • 2008 March 25, Lizette Alvarez, “Six of the Fallen, in Words They Sent Home”, New York Times:
      I know i miss both of you too. at times id like to even just spend 1 minute out of this nightmare just to hold and kiss you guys to make it seem a little bit easier. im sure he will like whatever you get him for xmas, and i know that as he gets older he’ll understand how things work. well things here always seem to be......uhm whats the word.....interesting i guess you can say. you never know whats gonna happen and thats the worst part. do me a favor though, when you go to my sisters or moms or wherever you see my family let them know that i love them very much..ok? well i better get going, i have a lot of stuff to do. but hopefully ill get to hear from you pretty soon.