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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 2009-09-28 issue of the New York Times (2009-09-28).

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63853 tokens ‧ 13 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 13 types ‧ 13 (~ 100%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. blargon
  2. consumerdom
  3. downsville
    • 2009 September 28, Peter Applebome, “A Source of Water, and Confusion”, New York Times:
      These days, plenty of people feel they’re living in downsville. Mr. Homovich and the folks in Delaware County just get to capitalize it on the return address when they pay their bills.
  4. drinkin *
    • 2009 September 28, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      On “Time to Get a Gun,” by Fred Eaglesmith, she rationalizes her intended purchase this way: “I could afford one/ if I did just a little less drinkin.’
  5. momulism
    • 2009 September 28, Robert D. Mcfadden, “William Safire, Political Columnist and Oracle of Language, Dies at 79”, New York Times:
      It also tapped into the lighter side of the dour-looking Mr. Safire: a Pickwickian quibbler who gleefully pounced on gaffes, inexactitudes, neologisms, misnomers, solecisms and perversely peccant puns, like “the president’s populism” and “the first lady’s momulism,” written during the Carter presidency.
  6. newyawka
  7. noninteractivity
    • 2009 September 28, Seth Schiesel, “Clash of the Superheroes: Which Side Are You On?”, New York Times:
      In a civil liberties plot like Marvel’s Civil War, the noninteractivity of print may allow readers to empathize more easily with the motivations of a character they disagree with.
  8. ojeks
    • 2009 September 28, Norimitsu Onishi, “Nannies Get a Holiday. Rich Families Get a Suite.”, New York Times:
      It empties its perennially clogged streets of ojeks, the kamikaze-like motorcycle taxis that weave in and out of traffic, and find shortcuts on sidewalks.
  9. outhawk
    • 2009 September 28, Ross Douthat, “A War President?”, New York Times:
      It will require rallying a Democratic Party whose support for sending more troops to Afghanistan — the better to outhawk the Republicans — has vanished with the Bush presidency.
  10. ruce

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  1. subjunctives
  2. unscored
    • 2009 September 28, Todd Farley, “Reading Incomprehension”, New York Times:
      Then a call from the home office informed us that a couple of dozen unscored tests had been discovered.
  3. untaxing
    • 2009 September 28, Seth Schiesel, “Clash of the Superheroes: Which Side Are You On?”, New York Times:
      Over the roughly 10 hours I spent getting through its main story line, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 certainly provided the sort of light, group-friendly, eyeball-engaging, relatively untaxing button mashing one has every right to expect from a game that lets you digitally inhabit the likes of Wolverine, Spider-Man and the Thing.