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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 2009-09-07 issue of the New York Times (2009-09-07).

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8871 tokens ‧ 6524 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 2112 types ‧ 22 (~ 1.042%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. acromioclavicular
    • 2009 September 7, Thayer Evans, “Uncertainty About Oklahoma and Injury to Its Quarterback”, New York Times:
      Frederick Matsen , the chairman of the department of orthopedics and sports medicine at the University of Washington , who has watched the hit that injured Bradford, said an injured acromioclavicular joint could be a bruise, a clavicle fracture, a mild separation or a severe separation.
  2. daggering -> dagger
  3. dismemberings
    • 2009 September 7, Janet Maslin, “News at Styx: Who’s Hot in Hades”, New York Times:
      He even likes the grisly dismemberings and reconstitutions whereby hell’s denizens can be torn apart over and over again, a cycle that this book plays for mindless laughs.
  4. divinelike
    • 2009 September 7, Alexei Barrionuevo, “A Test of Faith in Argentina”, New York Times:
      But time and again, Argentines forgave his faults because of his undeniable brilliance on the soccer field, his almost divinelike inspiration at times.
  5. european
  6. exultance
    • 2009 September 7, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      It’s a full-length progressive-rock composition, not a free-form jam, moving from introspection to exultance via, unfortunately, a long stretch overly reminiscent of mid-1970s Genesis.
  7. forebodingly
    • 2009 September 7, Alessandra Stanley, “You Think Life Is Mild North of the Border?”, New York Times:
      But the landscape, chosen for the forests of electrical power lines that forebodingly crosshatch the horizon, is hard to place, and some of the accents have a slightly unusual lilt.
  8. hellscape
    • 2009 September 7, Janet Maslin, “News at Styx: Who’s Hot in Hades”, New York Times:
      Mr. Butler, the Pulitzer Prize -winning author of “A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain,” treats his newest novelistic conceit as an occasion to toss every possible ingredient into a fanciful hellscape and then let these elements run wild.
  9. hypermediated
    • 2009 September 7, David Carr, “A Struggle Taming Any Debate”, New York Times:
      It’s hard to say whether that says more about the fallibilities of the new administration or the hypermediated democracy it governs.
  10. instable

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  1. leipheimer
    • 2009 September 7, The Associated Press, New York Times[1]:
      The weeklong stage race starts Monday with a 75-mile circuit in downtown St. Louis. leipheimer
  2. nica *
  3. overinterpreted -> overinterpret
    • 2009 September 7, Peter Baker, “Obama Faces a Critical Moment for His Presidency”, New York Times:
      Mr. Obama is hardly the first president to run into trouble after the bunting and balloons have vanished, but his slipping support has fueled a narrative about a young and relatively inexperienced president who overinterpreted his mandate and overreached in his policies.
  4. pokerfaced
  5. populi *
    • 2009 September 7, David Carr, “A Struggle Taming Any Debate”, New York Times:
      When not listening to talking heads, the traditional news outlets go to great efforts to get a microphone on vox populi.
  6. rads -> rad
  7. smartbooks -> smartbook
  8. turbidities -> turbidity
    • 2009 September 7, Holland Cotter, “Refurbished Reputation for a Nervy Painter”, New York Times:
      And he was painting them with a fleet, Bonnardish realism that felt invigoratingly fresh and upbeat when set beside the turbidities of action painting.
  9. ultrasketchy
  10. undercabinet
  11. ungimmicky
    • 2009 September 7, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Steve Lillywhite’s clear and ungimmicky production makes “Joy” sound like the band members onstage responding to one another.
  12. villagefull
    • 2009 September 7, Ben Ratliff, “A Minimalist Incarnation of the Stomp”, New York Times:
      The pieces performed Saturday show that his basic idea is strong enough that it doesn’t necessarily need a villagefull of players to make its point.