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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 2008-06-19 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-13).

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99403 tokens ‧ 73749 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9066 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.32%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. anticholesterol
    • 2008 June 19, Stephanie Saul, “Release of Generic Lipitor Is Delayed”, New York Times:
      Pfizer has mounted an aggressive marketing campaign to defend its Lipitor brand against recent competition from simvastatin, a generic version of Zocor , a similar anticholesterol drug that lost patent protection in 2006.
  2. araucaria *
    • 2008 June 19, Maxine Swann, “Crisis and Renewal”, New York Times:
      My favorite pastime was standing on the balcony peering down through the tops of the unfamiliar trees: the palo borracho, with its thorns and flamboyant pink blossoms in spring and fall; the prehistoric-looking araucaria, with its stiff, spiky branches like a giant pine cone.
  3. blippy
    • 2008 June 19, Mike Albo, “Shorn Under a Good Sign”, New York Times:
      That pleasant blippy dance music you hear on reality makeover shows plays at low volume.
  4. cedarlike
    • 2008 June 19, Penelope Green, “Comfortable Seating From Japanese Forests”, New York Times:
      Part of a line of knotty-looking wood pieces, it is made from sugi, or Cryptomeria japonica, an elegant cedarlike evergreen.
  5. dumbphone
  6. euthanization
    • 2008 June 19, Joe Drape, “Illness Will Keep Dutrow From Attending Hearing”, New York Times:
      The breakdown and on-track euthanization of the filly Eight Belles after she finished second in the Kentucky Derby , and Dutrow’s admission that Big Brown was injected with the anabolic steroid Winstrol, will focus the subcommittee’s attention on fatalities and drugs, and their relation to each other.
  7. hokeypokey
    • 2008 June 19, Peter Applebome, “At 91, He Isn’t Ready for the Last Dance Just Yet”, New York Times:
      So he choreographs each event depending on the crowd, starting with something to learn the drill, like “Marching Through Georgia,” working in something to loosen people up like the hokeypokey, and probably a contra dance (long lines, not squares) like the Virginia reel.
  8. inceptors
  9. lookism
    • 2008 June 19, Cathy Horyn, “Conspicuous by Their Presence”, New York Times:
      RACIAL prejudice in the fashion industry has long persisted because of tokenism and lookism.
  10. nonessentials
    • 2008 June 19, The Associated Press, “Trouble in Financials Drags Down Shares”, New York Times:
      The run-up in oil has unnerved some on Wall Street and raised the prospect that consumers would pare spending on nonessentials because they were forced to reach deeper into their wallets at the gas pump.
  11. nonnetworked
  12. nonusage
    • 2008 June 19, Eric Konigsberg, “The Guardian of Gramercy Park”, New York Times:
      “Because we work during the day, and we leave town on the weekends,” she explained of her own nonusage.
  13. reapproved
    • 2008 June 19, The Associated Press, “Farm Bill Is Approved”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush vetoed the farm bill again on Wednesday, but Congress quickly reapproved the $290 billion bill.
  14. sandbaggers
  15. stressy
    • 2008 June 19, Mike Albo, “Shorn Under a Good Sign”, New York Times:
      The salon is well situated on Third Avenue, where a cross section of 9-to-5 guys work: swaggering bankers, obnoxious new-media types, stressy lawyers and fashiony fops from Condé Nast’s East Side offices.
  16. sugi *
    • 2008 June 19, Penelope Green, “Comfortable Seating From Japanese Forests”, New York Times:
      Part of a line of knotty-looking wood pieces, it is made from sugi, or Cryptomeria japonica, an elegant cedarlike evergreen.
  17. tamboura
    • 2008 June 19, Ben Ratliff, “Hymns and Blues in the Name of Family”, New York Times:
      There was a musician on tabla and tamboura, Ed Feldman, a reminder that Ms. Coltrane made music for Vedic meditation for about half her life, eventually founding an ashram in Southern California.
  18. televises *
    • 2008 June 19, Joe Lapointe, “Cubs’ Cachet and Rays’ Success Draw Fans to Tampa”, New York Times:
      Derrek Lee, the Cubs’ first baseman, said being in first place “doesn’t hurt” the team’s fan appeal, which stretches from one coast to the other, partly because WGN televises games nationally on cable and partly because the Cubs are, well, the Cubs, on their endless quest for a world championship, with the drought now standing at 100 years.
  19. torpedolike
    • 2008 June 19, Manohla Dargis, “Sylph or Siren, the Legs Have It”, New York Times:
      The blonde has her allure, but not the brunette’s sex appeal — or her dress, a red-hot number with tassels hanging from each torpedolike breast.
  20. umwelts
  21. undercabinet
    • 2008 June 19, David Pogue, “Grocery Shopping Made Easy”, New York Times:
      The hardware component is a bulbous bar code scanner, dressed up in Any-Décor White and mounted on a countertop stand, an undercabinet bracket or a wall mount.
  22. underplanted
    • 2008 June 19, Anne Raver, “The Country Dream”, New York Times:
      The apple trees are lovingly pruned and underplanted with hellebores, hostas and other plants that Margaret keeps dividing because they won’t stop multiplying with all this love and compost.
  23. undiscounted
    • 2008 June 19, Marianne Rohrlich, “Improve the View Inside a Window”, New York Times:
      The Hunter Douglas Duette Honeycomb Shade, above, one of the coverings available, starts at $143 (undiscounted) for a 24-by-36-inch panel.


  1. plasticonomics: lame journo attempt to invent a new word
    • 2008 June 19, Natasha Singer, “Dr. A-List Can See You Now”, New York Times:
      Call it plasticonomics: the new economic reality of vanity.