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

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96476 tokens ‧ 68779 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9145 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.295%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. beachiness
    • 2008 June 6, Beth Greenfield, “A Gulf Retreat for the Upscale but Unfussy”, New York Times:
      Then there’s Grayton Beach, with its clutch of old-style cottages and waterfront homes on stilts, where a wild beachiness persists.
  2. continentwide
    • 2008 June 6, Agence France-Presse, “Slovenia: Nuclear Plant Apology”, New York Times:
      The shutdown, caused by a water leak, led the European Union to issue a continentwide radiation alert for the first time since the system was put in place in the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster 22 years ago.
  3. cottagey
  4. criticproof
    • 2008 June 6, Susan Stewart, “One Bus, Many Plot Twists”, New York Times:
      The fourth Naked Brothers movie, which will be shown on Nickelodeon Friday night, is clumsy but criticproof.
  5. dominolike
    • 2008 June 6, Eric Pfanner, “A Live Promotion, at 14,000 Feet”, New York Times:
      The first of those ads, in 2003, featured dozens of actual car parts arranged in a dominolike sequence; the parts seemed to take on a life of their own after a rolling cog set off a chain reaction.
  6. immolations
  7. ladderlike
    • 2008 June 6, James Barron, “2 Men Scale New York Times Building Hours Apart”, New York Times:
      Both climbers grabbed onto one of the building’s most distinctive features, the ladderlike horizontal rods that form an exterior curtain surrounding the floor-to-ceiling windows.
  8. leatherlike
    • 2008 June 6, Wendy Moonan, “An Explosion of Sales of 20th-Century Design”, New York Times:
      The minimalist booth of Vanderven & Vanderven Oriental Art, a Dutch gallery specializing in antique Chinese export porcelains and early ceramics, is sheathed in a black, leatherlike material.
  9. letterpressed
    • 2008 June 6, Susan Dominus, “How About Slaughterhouse Tour Before Supper, Food Lover?”, New York Times:
      In the letterpressed look of the signage about the property, the tins of fennel pollen and lavender sold in a cafe store along with “jarred cukes,” visitors may find their conviction confirmed that supporting local farming isn’t just good for the environment; it’s a matter of good taste.
  10. nonwearable
  11. overmilks
    • 2008 June 6, Alastair Macaulay, “A Night for Robbins to Give Chopin a Twirl or Three”, New York Times:
      As the henpecked husband who adulterously longs for this nymph, Andrew Veyette overdoes every joke, and even the pianist, Nancy McDill, overmilks good jokes and reduces the central idea of the pianist’s much put-upon dignity.
  12. postmillennial
    • 2008 June 6, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      (Chinen) ★ GUILLERMO KLEIN AND LOS GUACHOS (Tuesday through Thursday) “Filtros”(Sunnyside), the expressive new album by this restless yet rooted large ensemble, represents a long-awaited chronicle; Mr. Klein’s vision of a pan-Latin, postmillennial ensemble music has never been more faithfully captured.
  13. predesigned
  14. prekindergartens
    • 2008 June 6, Jennifer Medina, “Parents Find Frustration With Process at Schools”, New York Times:
      This year, Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein has streamlined and centralized the dizzying array of admission procedures for the city’s prekindergartens and middle schools.
  15. protomodern
  16. puttylike
    • 2008 June 6, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Extraordinarily thick puttylike paint also produces an unusual plasticity.
  17. semilapsed
    • 2008 June 6, Robin Finn, “No Bed of Roses for a Sudden First Lady”, New York Times:
      MRS. PATERSON, a runner and semilapsed vegetarian — she eats meat once a week to fend off anemia — spends weekdays in Manhattan with her son and commutes to Albany most weekends; she and her husband rented out their house in Guilderland, an Albany suburb, and have moved into the Executive Mansion, where she is continuing Ms. Wall Spitzer’s “greening” initiative.
  18. shipbrokers
    • 2008 June 6, Julia Werdigier, “Surge in Shipping Benefits a Tiny Exchange”, New York Times:
      Every day before 1 p.m., the exchange polls about 57 shipbrokers from 15 countries, including Norway, France, Japan and Australia, on the prices for more than 50 shipping routes and about eight types of ships.
  19. superterrorist
    • 2008 June 6, William Glaberson, “Arraigned, 9/11 Defendants Talk of Martyrdom”, New York Times:
      But it was also the first public appearance by Mr. Mohammed, who has long cast himself in the role of superterrorist, claiming responsibility in the past not only for the 2001 plot, but for some 30 others, including the murder of Daniel Pearl , a reporter for The Wall Street Journal.
  20. tamtam *
    • 2008 June 6, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      Saturday’s futuristic concert at the 3LD Art & Technology Center features an orchestra of eight synchronized Yamaha Disklavier player pianos plus an automated ensemble of xylophones, bass drums, tamtam, siren, bells and propellers.
  21. thromboplastin
    • 2008 June 6, Jeremy Pearce, “Oscar Ratnoff, 91, Expert on Blood Clots, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      In later experiments, they isolated two other proteins, plasma thromboplastin antecedent (associated with Factor XI) and Factor IX, and came up with an important hypothesis.
  22. trichloroethylene
    • 2008 June 6, Steve Bailey, “What’s Really in the Well?”, New York Times:
      Volatile organic compounds, like benzene, carbon tetrachloride, toluene, trichloroethylene and methyl tertiary butyl ether (M.T.B.E.), are possible carcinogens.
  23. unthreateningly
    • 2008 June 6, Stephen Holden, “Soft Shoe With Stamina and a Smile for the Ladies”, New York Times:
      He is still selling himself as the most popular guy in the neighborhood, a tireless, unthreateningly macho jack of all trades in entertainment who has more stamina than anybody else in the room.
  24. wonderstruck


  1. ultraprofuse: protologism
    • 2008 June 6, Alastair Macaulay, “A Night for Robbins to Give Chopin a Twirl or Three”, New York Times:
      At present it’s reduced by Sterling Hyltin’s performance as the goofy heroine; her long hair is so ultraprofuse that it becomes the main point of her role, fluffier than the daft hat she wears or the artlessly impulsive antics she helps initiate.
  2. writter
    • 2008 June 6, Susan Stewart, “One Bus, Many Plot Twists”, New York Times:
      Polly Draper, creator, executive producer, writter and director; Tim Draper, consulting producer; Michael Wolff, co-executive producer and music supervisor; Albie Hecht , executive producer in association with Nickelodeon Television; Ken H. Keller, producer; Caron Rudner, line producer.