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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-22 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. artform
    • 2009 January 22, John Terauds, “Galileo Project is out of this world”, Toronto Star:
      We rarely see one that proves that multimedia can become an artform greater than the sum of its parts.
  2. bagloads
    • 2009 January 22, Daryl O'Dowd, “The glories of Greece”, Toronto Star:
      If you're a big souvenir fan, you can cart home bagloads of fridge magnets, Acropolis-shaped bottle openers, marble chess sets, red metal wine carafes and komboloi (worry beads), all at a fraction of the summertime going rate.
  3. bareboat
    • 2009 January 22, Michael Smith, “Sun, sea and sublimity in Guadeloupe”, Toronto Star:
      It's essential, in fact, if you want a bareboat charter, but most companies will supply a skipper (for an extra charge) for people who want to sail but don't know how.
  4. brotha
    • 2009 January 22, Peter Howell, “Black Dynamite makes a bang at Sundance”, Toronto Star:
      He leaves a trail of bodies in his wake, but that's life, brotha: "Sometimes to do the right thing, you've got to do the ugly thing.
  5. crimebuster
    • 2009 January 22, Joel Rubinoff, “Swayze breathes life into killing”, Toronto Star:
      Swayze's ruthless crimebuster never hesitates – and as he plugs street scum full of bullets and pursues his own form of frontier justice with a hard, penetrating squint, we find ourselves rooting for a character who, in lesser hands, could be perceived as downright ugly.
  6. faves
  7. harbourfront
    • 2009 January 22, Alison Auld, “Halifax holds nose as sewage plant fails”, Toronto Star:
      "My first reaction was, `Oooh, I know that smell,'" said Jennifer Grant of the Ecology Action Centre, days after she was hit by the scent of rotten eggs as she walked along the harbourfront.
  8. netman
    • 2009 January 22, Rosie DiManno, “Third bout with cancer can't keep Burns down”, Toronto Star:
      Last month, Burns returned to Montreal on the night Patrick Roy's jersey was raised to the rafters, and only because the iconic netman had asked him to be present.
  9. partiers
  10. pretaped
    • 2009 January 22, “Sneak peek fuels Star Trek film fever”, Toronto Star:
      Director J. J. Abrams , who is working on the final sound mix for the movie, provided a pretaped video intro of the four scenes.
  11. pruny
    • 2009 January 22, Diana Zlomislic, “Designer duds with diplomatic credentials”, Toronto Star:
      Ignoring her sister's advice to wait a few more years –"when you get all shrivelled up and pruny and go back down to a size 6 again" – White is hosting a private sale for vintage lovers in her home this weekend.
  12. suckas
  13. swishier
  14. unitholders