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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 2009-05-13 issue of the New York Times (2009-08-19).

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84737 tokens ‧ 62123 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7984 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.163%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. beingin
  2. boursin
    • 2009 May 13, Elaine Louie, “Crespelle Is Italian for Crepe”, New York Times:
      He tweaked the filling by mixing boursin with the ricotta, “for a little bit more flavor.”
  3. jailbroken
    • 2009 May 13, Jenna Wortham, “Unofficial Software Incurs Apple’s Wrath”, New York Times:
      In a legal filing with the United States Copyright Office last year, Apple says jailbroken iPhones rely on modified versions of Apple’s operating software that infringe on its copyrights.
  4. manaclelike
    • 2009 May 13, Holland Cotter, “A Life, From a Southern Farm Town to Watts, in Castoff Objects”, New York Times:
      Other pieces allude to his mother’s quilts, to his father’s tools, to farm animals and folk amulets, with all of this individual history embedded in a broader one symbolized by manaclelike bracelets and astrological symbols.
  5. multipayer
    • 2009 May 13, “Can Health Insurers Be Cost-Cutters?”, New York Times:
      As long as the logic of our system is set by a huge for-profit multipayer bureaucracy, we will continue to get low value on the health care dollar.
  6. obeya
    • 2009 May 13, Micheline Maynard, “Toyota Too Is Looking to Cut Costs”, New York Times:
      Now, employees are huddled in a war room at the plant — called an obeya in Japanese — charged with finding upward of $100 million in annual savings from the Woodstock factory, where Toyota builds RAV4 crossover vehicles, and a nearby plant in Cambridge, Ontario, where Corollas, Matrix hatchbacks and Lexus crossovers are produced.
  7. overpainting
  8. pentimenti *
    • 2009 May 13, Carol Vogel, “By the Hand of a Very Young Master?”, New York Times:
      Mr. Christiansen said studying “The Torment of St. Anthony” with infrared reflectography had exposed layers of pentimenti, or under drawing, revealing what he called the master’s hand at work.
  9. pinakbet
    • 2009 May 13, Steven Stern, “In New York, the Taste of Victory”, New York Times:
      The Pork-Off, held May 3, featured the expected ribs and barbecue, along with the Filipino stew pinakbet.
  10. reliquarylike
    • 2009 May 13, Holland Cotter, “A Life, From a Southern Farm Town to Watts, in Castoff Objects”, New York Times:
      The sculptures that Mr. Outterbridge called his “Containment Series” from the late 1960s were reliquarylike boxes hammered from cut and flattened tin cans with charred wood and rusted nails sealed inside but visible behind sheets of glass.
  11. subfunction
  12. vor *
    • 2009 May 13, Vivien Schweitzer, “Protesting This World in Sounds of Another”, New York Times:
      The clear-voiced soprano Martha Cluver was the soloist in “Es Sang vor Langen Jahren” for voice, violin and viola, a performance so subdued that it made little impact on a listener sitting in the back of the room.
  13. yerba
    • 2009 May 13, Kim Severson, “When ‘Local’ Makes It Big”, New York Times:
      This mission creep has the original locavores choking on their yerba mate.