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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 2009-01-28 issue of the New York Times.

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  1. booklists
    • 2009 January 28, Motoko Rich, “Self-Publishers Flourish as Writers Pay the Tab”, New York Times:
      As traditional publishers look to prune their booklists and rely increasingly on blockbuster best sellers, self-publishing companies are ramping up their title counts and making money on books that sell as few as five copies, in part because the author, rather than the publisher, pays for things like cover design and printing costs.
  2. caricaturish
    • 2009 January 28, Bruce Weber, “Updike’s Stories: Some Paths Traveled, Some Not Taken”, New York Times:
      The Bech books constitute a wryly caricaturish collective profile of Mr. Updike’s Jewish contemporaries, like Philip Roth , Saul Bellow and Norman Mailer , as well as a reflection on himself: the kind of writer he wasn’t.
  3. chimneylike
  4. inuuniaq
  5. lunchmeat
  6. mauligauraq
  7. midperformance
  8. midsized
    • 2009 January 28, Natasha Singer, “Bristol-Myers’s Reliance on Three Drugs Casts Doubt on Strategy”, New York Times:
      “We are becoming a midsized company that is leaner, more agile and better able to execute our strategy,” James M. Cornelius, the chief executive of Bristol-Myers, said Tuesday in a call with investment analysts.
  9. mindscapes
    • 2009 January 28, Bruce Weber, “Updike’s Stories: Some Paths Traveled, Some Not Taken”, New York Times:
      In novels like “The Coup,” which was set in sub-Saharan Africa in the 1970s; “Witches,” which posited the existence of Salem-esque magic-power-endowed shrews in contemporary New England; and “Gertrude,” an imagined prequel, more or less, to “Hamlet,” he set his prowess at social observation loose in exotic land- and mindscapes.
  10. nonchocolate
    • 2009 January 28, Brooks Barnes, “Sweet Deal to Promote Tweeny-Bop Girl Group”, New York Times:
      Topps, the candy and collectibles company that Mr. Eisner bought in 2007, has signed the Clique Girlz as commercial spokeswomen for Baby Bottle Pop, one of the Top 10 nonchocolate candy brands.
  11. precut
    • 2009 January 28, Elaine Sciolino, “With Cowbells and Oxtails, Culinary Olympics Begin”, New York Times:
      Before the competition opened, inspectors were backstage opening pots, checking vegetable bags to make sure none had been precut and verifying that there had been no smuggling of forbidden foodstuffs.
  12. resituating
  13. salumi
    • 2009 January 28, Eric Asimov, “D.I.Y. by the Barrel (Please Keep Your Shoes On)”, New York Times:
      City Winery, at 155 Varick Street, is also a music venue with 325 seats, a restaurant with gleaming displays of cheese and salumi, and an event space for classes and tastings.
  14. seminomadic
  15. shopaholism
  16. speakership
    • 2009 January 28, James C. Mckinley Jr, “Texas Rebellion Gives a Centrist a Lift”, New York Times:
      Conservative Republicans, meanwhile, will be looking for any sign of weakness in his coalition to wrest the speakership back.
  17. spleenless
  18. subconcussive
    • 2009 January 28, Alan Schwarz, “New Sign of Brain Damage in N.F.L.”, New York Times:
      The pamphlet also makes no mention of the C.T.E. cases, whose increasing number is convincing many experts that subconcussive brain trauma can have cumulative effects.
  19. tripartisan
    • 2009 January 28, David Leonhardt, “A Stimulus With Merit, and Misses Too”, New York Times:
      He is a member of a tripartisan threesome — along with Michael Bloomberg , New York’s independent mayor, and Arnold Schwarzenegger , California’s Republican governor — trying to persuade the country to get serious about infrastructure.
  20. tuile
    • 2009 January 28, Elaine Sciolino, “With Cowbells and Oxtails, Culinary Olympics Begin”, New York Times:
      Finally, there was a grilled rib of beef in an herb and pistachio crust that sat on pumpkin and mashed potatoes with truffles, and a cylindrical garnish of layered sweet potato and red pepper purée, pearls of glazed garlic and a thin Parmesan tuile.
  21. ultraconservatives
  22. underresponsive
  23. utniq
    • 2009 January 28, Dwight Garner, “Growing Up and Getting by in the Land of the Nine-Month Winter”, New York Times:
      In William L. Iggiagruk Hensley’s often harrowing new memoir, “Fifty Miles From Tomorrow,” set in the far northern Kotzebue Sound region of Alaska, he recounts an evening in the late-1940s — the author was 6 at the time — when he and his adopted family sat down to a meal of utniq that had, unbeknownst to them, gone very bad.
  24. woosh
  25. worrisomely
  26. wunderkinds
    • 2009 January 28, Ravi Somaiya, “It’s the Economy, Girlfriend”, New York Times:
      Harriet Pappenheim, a psychotherapist at Park Avenue Relationship Consultants who wrote “For Richer or Poorer,” a 2006 book on money in marriage, said that the repercussions could be acute for Wall Street wunderkinds who define their identities through their job titles and the size of their bonuses.