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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-06 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-06).

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53851 tokens ‧ 39634 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6673 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.24%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-06[edit]

  1. arborio
  2. bromance
    • 2009 February 6, Dave Feschuk, “Are Raptors now paying the price?”, Toronto Star:
      And as heartwarming a bromance as it is, it's conceivable it has cost the Raptors a full-strength point guard for the majority of this disappointing season.
      add
  3. buzzings
    • 2009 February 6, John Terauds, “Quartet holds much promise”, Toronto Star:
      The four musicians captured the tightly coiled musical force perfectly from the opening buzzings to its dramatically calculated stops and starts.
      add
  4. handwells
    • 2009 February 6, Christopher Hume, “Go all out: Paint the town red”, Toronto Star:
      After a couple of dogs were electrocuted and kids shocked, hydro workers were sent out to check the city's 15,000 "handwells."
      add
  5. hyperconnected
  6. hyperdeveloped
    • 2009 February 6, Greg Quill, “Push: Not much joy in this Division”, Toronto Star:
      Without taking notes, it's almost impossible to keep track of which hyperdeveloped psychic and specialized physical powers – telekinesis, mind-reading, thought-planting, clairvoyance, future-sight, memory-wiping, smell-tracking, shape-shifting and "bleeding" (making heads explode with high-pitched screams) – each character possesses in this messy adventure yarn that pits a group of psychic outlaws against a sinister subculture of organized and equally gifted super spies known as The Division.
      add
  7. matrimonially
    • 2009 February 6, “Looks like we're getting more sex”, Toronto Star:
      If there was a steady stream of speculation about plot points on the first picture, it will be a veritable geyser here, especially since the relationship between Parker's Carrie and Chris Noth 's Mr. Big was resolved – matrimonially – at the close of the first picture.
      add
  8. methenelone
    • 2009 February 6, Paul Elias, “Judge in Bonds case may toss key evidence”, Toronto Star:
      According to court documents, Bonds tested positive on three separate occasions in 2000 and 2001 for the steroid methenelone in urine samples; he also tested positive two of those three times for the steroid nandrolone.
      add
  9. nandrolone
    • 2009 February 6, Paul Elias, “Judge in Bonds case may toss key evidence”, Toronto Star:
      According to court documents, Bonds tested positive on three separate occasions in 2000 and 2001 for the steroid methenelone in urine samples; he also tested positive two of those three times for the steroid nandrolone.
      add
  10. peached
    • 2009 February 6, “What if Blago were exonerated?”, Toronto Star:
      If allegations against impeached ex Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich are proven to be false or unfounded, would he then be "peached"?
      add
  11. pigtailed
  12. sluggo
  13. superdrug
    • 2009 February 6, Greg Quill, “Push: Not much joy in this Division”, Toronto Star:
      A trainee of Division boss Henry Carver (Djimon Hounsou), the best and most lethal pusher of all, she may also be a double agent sent to flush out our heroes whose adventures – despite their ramped-up superpowers – will lead them to the last surviving cache of the Division's superdrug.
      add
  14. superhumans
    • 2009 February 6, Greg Quill, “Push: Not much joy in this Division”, Toronto Star:
      The only person who can help them is Division escapee Kira (Camilla Belle), who is the sole survivor of experiments involving a psychic steroid with which The Division hopes to create an army of mega-mental superhumans.
      add
  15. tamperproof
    • 2009 February 6, Denise Lavoie, “New leads in '82 Tylenol killings”, Toronto Star:
      That triggered a national scare and a huge recall, and eventually led to the adoption of tamperproof packaging for over-the-counter drugs.
      add

Sequestered[edit]

← Previous (2009-02-05) Words harvested from the Toronto Star, 2009-02-06
  • List status: open
→ Next (2009-02-07)

This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-06 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-06).

[ see all Toronto Star pages ] - [ see all tracking lists ] - [ This day's: GuardianNew York TimesHerald Sun ]


53851 tokens ‧ 39634 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6673 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.24%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-06[edit]

  1. arborio
  2. bromance
    • 2009 February 6, Dave Feschuk, “Are Raptors now paying the price?”, Toronto Star:
      And as heartwarming a bromance as it is, it's conceivable it has cost the Raptors a full-strength point guard for the majority of this disappointing season.
      add
  3. buzzings
    • 2009 February 6, John Terauds, “Quartet holds much promise”, Toronto Star:
      The four musicians captured the tightly coiled musical force perfectly from the opening buzzings to its dramatically calculated stops and starts.
      add
  4. handwells
    • 2009 February 6, Christopher Hume, “Go all out: Paint the town red”, Toronto Star:
      After a couple of dogs were electrocuted and kids shocked, hydro workers were sent out to check the city's 15,000 "handwells."
      add
  5. hyperconnected
  6. hyperdeveloped
    • 2009 February 6, Greg Quill, “Push: Not much joy in this Division”, Toronto Star:
      Without taking notes, it's almost impossible to keep track of which hyperdeveloped psychic and specialized physical powers – telekinesis, mind-reading, thought-planting, clairvoyance, future-sight, memory-wiping, smell-tracking, shape-shifting and "bleeding" (making heads explode with high-pitched screams) – each character possesses in this messy adventure yarn that pits a group of psychic outlaws against a sinister subculture of organized and equally gifted super spies known as The Division.
      add
  7. matrimonially
    • 2009 February 6, “Looks like we're getting more sex”, Toronto Star:
      If there was a steady stream of speculation about plot points on the first picture, it will be a veritable geyser here, especially since the relationship between Parker's Carrie and Chris Noth 's Mr. Big was resolved – matrimonially – at the close of the first picture.
      add
  8. methenelone
    • 2009 February 6, Paul Elias, “Judge in Bonds case may toss key evidence”, Toronto Star:
      According to court documents, Bonds tested positive on three separate occasions in 2000 and 2001 for the steroid methenelone in urine samples; he also tested positive two of those three times for the steroid nandrolone.
      add
  9. nandrolone
    • 2009 February 6, Paul Elias, “Judge in Bonds case may toss key evidence”, Toronto Star:
      According to court documents, Bonds tested positive on three separate occasions in 2000 and 2001 for the steroid methenelone in urine samples; he also tested positive two of those three times for the steroid nandrolone.
      add
  10. peached
    • 2009 February 6, “What if Blago were exonerated?”, Toronto Star:
      If allegations against impeached ex Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich are proven to be false or unfounded, would he then be "peached"?
      add
  11. pigtailed
  12. sluggo
  13. superdrug
    • 2009 February 6, Greg Quill, “Push: Not much joy in this Division”, Toronto Star:
      A trainee of Division boss Henry Carver (Djimon Hounsou), the best and most lethal pusher of all, she may also be a double agent sent to flush out our heroes whose adventures – despite their ramped-up superpowers – will lead them to the last surviving cache of the Division's superdrug.
      add
  14. superhumans
    • 2009 February 6, Greg Quill, “Push: Not much joy in this Division”, Toronto Star:
      The only person who can help them is Division escapee Kira (Camilla Belle), who is the sole survivor of experiments involving a psychic steroid with which The Division hopes to create an army of mega-mental superhumans.
      add
  15. tamperproof
    • 2009 February 6, Denise Lavoie, “New leads in '82 Tylenol killings”, Toronto Star:
      That triggered a national scare and a huge recall, and eventually led to the adoption of tamperproof packaging for over-the-counter drugs.
      add

Sequestered[edit]