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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 2009-10-11 issue of the New York Times (2009-10-11).

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187694 tokens ‧ 65 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 65 types ‧ 65 (~ 100%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-10-11[edit]

  1. impropaganda
    • 2009, Ben Zimmer, The Maven, Nevermore[1]:
      So began William Safire ’s inaugural On Language column on Feb. 18, 1979, which promised to explore “new words, vogue phrases and the intriguing roots of everyday discourse — with occasionally crotchety observations on everything from proper usage to impropaganda.”
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  2. limonata *
    • 2009, Dana Schuster, A Secret Retreat Behind the Kitchen[2]:
      SIGNATURE DRINK The Swiss 75, made with gin, Champagne, simple syrup and limonata ($10).
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  3. locavoraciousness
    • 2009, Christine Muhlke, Grain Elevator[3]:
      Ford’s locavoraciousness has resulted in a rich community and satisfying, dare he say sustainable, life.
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  4. phasey
    • 2009, Ben Ratliff, Doom Metal, Melodic Jazz, Boiled-Down Funk[4]:
      Tone all phasey, woozy, wicky-wacky.
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  5. pizzo *
    • 2009, Anand Giridharadas, Boycotts Minus the Pain[5]:
      In 2004, some volunteers in Palermo decided to bypass politicians: they approached local businesses, many of which paid the mafia “pizzo,” or bribes, and asked them to certify that they paid pizzo no longer; in exchange, the Comitato brought them business from pizzo-averse Sicilians.
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  6. wheelstanding
    • 2009, Paul Stenquist, A Market for Cars Born to Run[6]:
      But the car that outscored them all was the outrageous, wheelstanding Little Red Wagon pickup, which went for more than half a million dollars.
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