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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 2015-10-21 issue of the New York Times (2015-10-21).

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  1. huzun
    • 2015, Dwight Garner, Review: Orhan Pamuk’s ‘A Strangeness in My Mind’[1]:
      It floats on a cushion of huzun, the way an air-hockey puck hovers above the game table.
  2. nonwonky
    • 2015, Dwight Garner, Review: Orhan Pamuk’s ‘A Strangeness in My Mind’[2]:
      One of his great gifts is for blending what is clearly a large amount of research, on many topics, into alert, humane, nonwonky prose.
  3. ticketbuyers
    • 2015, Michael Paulson, New York Theater Workshop Rides a Wave With Care[3]:
      At the start of its run, many ticketbuyers were walking out; as word spread, people more open to ambiguity began to dominate the audiences, walkouts declined, and the run was actually extended.


The following words were identified as probable typos: gamay