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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 2009-07-30 issue of the New York Times (2009-08-19).

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81579 tokens ‧ 60498 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8035 types ‧ 11 (~ 0.137%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. centerfielder
  2. estratetraenol
    • 2009 July 30, Camille Sweeney, “Banking on a Chemical Reaction”, New York Times:
      For women, a commonly used compound is estratetraenol, a derivative of the sex hormone estradiol.
  3. inviter *
    • 2009 July 30, “For a Real Connection”, New York Times:
      While the buyer of such an item wants a sui generis gift to impress a weekend-in-the-Hamptons inviter, how about sending that sum to the Fresh Air Fund in the hosts’ name so a child can enjoy country life, too?
  4. microlaptops
  5. mrwooster
    • 2009 July 30, Penelope Green, “The New Antiquarians”, New York Times:
      (His cellphone ring tone is Mouret’s “Rondeau,” the old Masterpiece Theater theme song, and his e-mail address is mrwooster, a nod to the P. G. Wodehouse character.)
  6. overdesign
    • 2009 July 30, Tim Mckeough, “Designed for Disaster”, New York Times:
      “They can overdesign this stuff,” he said, to the point “where you don’t even know what they are.”
  7. paco *
  8. postpay
  9. showhouse
    • 2009 July 30, Marianne Rohrlich, “What’s Next? Designer Hammocks?”, New York Times:
      The showhouse is open through Sept. 6 at 179 David’s Lane, Water Mill, N.Y., (631) 726-8099; information: .
  10. snortable
    • 2009 July 30, Alexei Barrionuevo, “Lost in an Abyss of Drugs, and Entangled by Poverty”, New York Times:
      Paco began arriving in 2003 as a cheaper alternative to snortable cocaine once Argentina became a destination for the final processing of cocaine flowing in from Bolivia and Peru.
  11. superfilly
    • 2009 July 30, Joe Drape, “2 Entries at Saratoga’s Opener: Hope and Gloom”, New York Times:
      Saratoga’s stakes schedule began Wednesday with the Grade III Schuylerville , a six-furlong race won by Hot Dixie Chick, whose trainer, Steve Asmussen, also has the superfilly Rachel Alexandra in his barn.