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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 2008-05-29 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-13).

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97002 tokens ‧ 71621 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8940 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.257%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. buydowns
  2. cartographically
    • 2008 May 29, Ginia Bellafante, “Philosophy, Mystery, Anarchy: All Is ‘Lost’”, New York Times:
      Good dramas confound our expectations, but “Lost,” about a factionalized group of plane crash survivors on a cartographically indeterminate island not anything like Aruba, pushes further, destabilizing the ground on which those expectations might be built.
  3. cupper
  4. cuppers
  5. dermatologically
    • 2008 May 29, Abby Ellin, “Now, Add Pimples to the List”, New York Times:
      AS if packing on dozens of pounds isn’t bad enough, many pregnant women revert to their high school years, dermatologically speaking.
  6. euthanization
    • 2008 May 29, George Vecsey, “Wire to Wire With Affirmed and Alydar”, New York Times:
      Instead, there are fiascoes like Barbaro ’s breakdown in the 2006 Preakness after winning the Kentucky Derby, and Eight Belles ’s injuries and euthanization after she finished second at this year’s Derby.
  7. eventing *
    • 2008 May 29, The Associated Press, “Eventing Pony Is Euthanized”, New York Times:
      The eventing pony Theodore O’Connor was euthanized after an accident at the barn of the equestrians Karen and David O’Connor in northern Virginia.
  8. isotretinoin
    • 2008 May 29, Abby Ellin, “Now, Add Pimples to the List”, New York Times:
      Across the board, Accutane, or isotretinoin, is forbidden because it has caused miscarriages and severe birth defects .
  9. latissimus
  10. minisubmarines
    • 2008 May 29, Andrew C. Revkin, “5 Countries Agree to Talk Over the Arctic”, New York Times:
      One of the two participating minisubmarines left a titanium national flag on the bottom, 14,000 feet beneath the shifting sea ice.
  11. mongo *
    • 2008 May 29, Penelope Green, “Real People, Really Small Spaces”, New York Times:
      But it began in New York, and to a New Yorker there’s no cleverer nester than another New Yorker, living in 250 square feet and “shopping” mongo on the street or on Craigslist .
  12. nonfuel
    • 2008 May 29, Micheline Maynard, “Deals Fade, and Airlines Look to Cut”, New York Times:
      That is to cut nonfuel costs where possible, trim flying in the domestic market and try to raise fares even more,” he said.
  13. outslugged
    • 2008 May 29, Tyler Kepner, “Kennedy Is Put on Disabled List, But He May Throw in a Week”, New York Times:
      According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it was the first time in the majors that two teams have done that since May 17, 1979, when the Philadelphia Phillies outslugged the Chicago Cubs , 23-22, at Wrigley Field.
  14. overroasted
    • 2008 May 29, Hannah Wallace, “Do I Detect a Hint of ... Joe?”, New York Times:
      But now cuppings at independent cafes like Joe attract connoisseurs who wouldn’t be caught dead sipping an overroasted blend and regularly travel to another borough for superior beans.
  15. picante *
  16. slouchiness
  17. spiderlike
  18. unprofessionalism
    • 2008 May 29, The Associated Press, “Ohio: Interim Attorney General”, New York Times:
      The dean, Nancy Rogers, will replace Marc Dann, a Democrat, who resigned after complaints of sexual harassment and unprofessionalism, and an affair with a subordinate.
  19. verifiably
    • 2008 May 29, Ginia Bellafante, “Philosophy, Mystery, Anarchy: All Is ‘Lost’”, New York Times:
      “Lost,” which concludes its fourth season on ABC on Thursday night, refuses our passive interest while it denies us the satisfaction of ever feeling that we might confidently explain, to the person sitting next to us at dinner, that we have a true grasp of what is going on — of who among the characters is merely bad and who is verifiably satanic.


  1. staghorn
    • 2008 May 29, Penelope Green, “A Restless Couple at Rest”, New York Times:
      But she bought the two staghorn ferns mounted on a wall above two of a bewildering number of stereo speakers that are set into the loft’s walls.