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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 2009-06-20 issue of the New York Times (2009-08-19).

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68940 tokens ‧ 50716 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7477 types ‧ 8 (~ 0.107%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bogeyland
    • 2009 June 20, Charles Mcgrath, “Where Golf's Best Looked Their Worst”, New York Times:
      Even worse than the sand, though, was the grassy bank that comes down between the bunkers, where the rough was so thick it amounted to bogeyland.
  2. clinkings
    • 2009 June 20, Susan Dominus, “A Farewell to Glamour Atop the Rock”, New York Times:
      No Champagne-all-around or teary public toasts, just the usual polite shuffling around the buffet table and quiet clinkings of forks, with a few additional goodbyes, some flowers and wrapped gifts for Miriam Mueller, the general manager of the club for the past 10 years.
  3. cottonmouths
    • 2009 June 20, Cornelia Dean, “Destroying Levees in a State Usually Clamoring for Them”, New York Times:
      Eventually, he predicted, the restored landscape would be home to black bear cubs, largemouth bass, fireflies, crawfish and “gobbling wild turkeys and cottonmouths with attitudes.”
  4. disqualifiers
    • 2009 June 20, Eric Lichtblau, “On Terrorist Watch List, but Allowed to Buy Guns”, New York Times:
      The Justice Department took some limited steps to address the issue, centralizing the review of gun purchases by those on watch lists to ensure that all possible disqualifiers were being considered.
  5. erzi *
    • 2009 June 20, Edward Wong, “China Disables Some Google Functions”, New York Times:
      The previous evening, reporters on China Central Television , the state television network, showed how typing in the Chinese word for son, erzi, could pull up associated terms that have lewd connotations.
  6. minisubmarine
  7. multilinguist
  8. unrests