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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 2008-06-04 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-13).

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98205 tokens ‧ 72886 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9115 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.296%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. cobia
    • 2008 June 4, Florence Fabricant, “New Life, New Name and a New Chef for Montrachet”, New York Times:
      Dishes like Brandt beef with fondant potatoes, cobia with sea urchin and black olives, and a mélange of seasonal vegetables are likely to appear on the first menu at Corton.
  2. delegator
  3. disrecommended
  4. faminelike
    • 2008 June 4, Nicholas Wade, “New Hints Seen That Red Wine May Slow Aging”, New York Times:
      The reflex can be prompted by a faminelike diet, known as caloric restriction, which extends the life of laboratory rodents by up to 30 percent but is far too hard for most people to keep to and in any case has not been proven to work in humans.
  5. forcedly
  6. inedibility
  7. kukicha
    • 2008 June 4, Florence Fabricant, “Homemade Sodas Dressed for a Night Out”, New York Times:
      The current flavors, are, left to right, ginger and kaffir lime; hibiscus and rhubarb; cola with a base of kukicha, a kind of Japanese tea made from twigs and stalks; and Concord grape and thyme.
  8. megavehicle
  9. midset
    • 2008 June 4, Jon Caramanica, “A Sidekick No More, Ashanti Tries Some New Poses for the Spotlight”, New York Times:
      When, midset, she fired off a few Mary J. Blige lines — from Ms. Blige’s appearance on Jay-Z ’s “Can’t Knock the Hustle” — they were surprisingly forceful, especially since, on record, Ashanti has far more in common with soul sensualists of the 1980s and early ’90s like Chanté Moore and Cherrelle than with cathartic belters like Ms. Blige.
  10. moronga
  11. nonnationals
    • 2008 June 4, John Tagliabue, “In Hiring, Europeans Go Global”, New York Times:
      One reason for the shift is the entry of nonnationals into executive jobs below the chief executive.
  12. nonpolitically
  13. nonpolyposis
    • 2008 June 4, Tara Parker-Pope, “Surviving Colon Cancer Is Tied to Family History of It”, New York Times:
      For example, it is known that hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer, a colon cancer that develops as a result of a rare inherited condition called Lynch syndrome, is less aggressive than the cancers found in patients with no genetic risk.
  14. nonseason
    • 2008 June 4, Anthony Tommasini, “In Charting Its Future, City Opera Chooses an Adventurous Path”, New York Times:
      Clearly, though Mr. Mortier does not officially become the City Opera’s general and artistic director until the fall of 2009, he has been pivotal to the company’s plans for next season, which looks to be a nonseason.
  15. pasodoble *
    • 2008 June 4, Vivien Schweitzer, “Sun, Sherry, Castanets: Musical Postcards From Spain”, New York Times:
      In “Triana” (named after the Gypsy quarter in Seville), Albéniz conjures guitars and castanets and the dance forms pasodoble and Sevillana with music so evocative that you feel as if you’d just wandered into a fragrant Andalucian courtyard.
  16. pepperiness
    • 2008 June 4, Harold Mcgee, “What’s the Peppery Note in Those Shirazes?”, New York Times:
      The rotundone content and perceived pepperiness were generally higher in 2002 than in 2003, and consistently higher in some vineyards compared with others.
  17. poulticelike
    • 2008 June 4, Dwight Garner, “Toasting the Joys of Imbibing Properly”, New York Times:
      Thus he suggested beginning with Milton — “My own choice would tend to include the final scene of ‘Paradise Lost,’ ” he wrote, “with what is probably the most poignant moment in all our literature coming at lines 624-6” — before running through Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn , Eric Ambler and, finally, a poulticelike application of light comedies by P. G. Wodehouse and Peter De Vries.
  18. rotundone
    • 2008 June 4, Harold Mcgee, “What’s the Peppery Note in Those Shirazes?”, New York Times:
      The Australian scientists may also have discovered how these highly spiced potatoes were allowed to leave the kitchen: they tested 49 people and found that about 20 percent of them could not detect rotundone at all, even at concentrations far above what’s found in white pepper.
  19. sabayon *
  20. sauceboat
  21. stagione *
  22. syrahs
    • 2008 June 4, Harold Mcgee, “What’s the Peppery Note in Those Shirazes?”, New York Times:
      So an excess of rotundone may well be the cause of what the wine writer Jancis Robinson describes as the burned rubber quality in some Rhone syrahs.
  23. unmoblike
    • 2008 June 4, John Eligon, “Emotion-Tinged Testimony Against Union Officials”, New York Times:
      And the session included some very unmoblike moments: he broke down several times when asked about his separation from his family, providing a view into the tattered life of a man whose fall was as rapid as his rise.


  1. whiffle
    • 2008 June 4, Michael Wilson, “Mourners Gather to Honor a Crane Operator’s Life, Full but All Too Brief”, New York Times:
      The crane operator who so loved sports that kids on his street would shout for him to come out and play whiffle ball crossed New Dorp Lane on Staten Island on Tuesday morning on the shoulders of eight men, most of them his father’s age, men he was supposed to outlive.