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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-07 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-07).

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2009-02-07[edit]

  1. ballicatter
    • 2009 February 1, Kenneth Kidd, “The unlikely lexical countdown to a million”, Toronto Star:
      Then there are all the regional expressions, such as Newfoundland's ballicatter (ice formed by water spray), Eastern Ontario's snye (a side channel that bypasses rapids to form an island) or English Quebec's subvention (subsidy, borrowed from Quebec French).
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  2. bateyes
  3. blergs
  4. blogdom
    • 2009 February 7, RICHARD OUZOUNIAN, “Author returns to 'first girlfriend'”, Toronto Star:
      journal.neilgaiman.com : Gaiman's blog, which he's been keeping online for nearly a decade now, putting him on the front lines of blogdom.
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  5. burbee
  6. castoreum
    • 2009 February 7, Malena Harbers, “Take a whiff of this”, Toronto Star:
      Ambergris, castoreum, civet and musk really flourished in the 1950s.
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  7. cicchetti *
    • 2009 February 7, Mark Bittman, “Ancient dish a lucky find”, Toronto Star:
      (Bacaro is the name given to a Venetian bar serving what are called cicchetti but are better known elsewhere as tapas – small plates, or snacks.)
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  8. crowdfunding
  9. daydreamy
    • 2009 February 7, Peter Goddard, “Gordon Rayner's show is a tour de force”, Toronto Star:
      The domestic nature of the artist's vision gets quite daydreamy with the more purely abstract imagery in her "Remedy for Illusion" series.
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  10. downslide
    • 2009 February 7, Randy Starkman, “Del Bosco parties on”, Toronto Star:
      That's when his downslide started.
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  11. draftsperson
  12. dumbdown
    • 2009 February 1, Geoff Pevere, “Lincoln and Darwin: Separated at birth?”, Toronto Star:
      The legacies of both men may be complex and contradictory, but you'd never know it from the drastic dumbdown to which both Darwin and Lincoln have been so persistently subjected.
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  13. entraphone
    • 2009 Februaryruary 7, Amy Brown-Bowers, “Cutting out the 'fancy-schmancy' amenities”, Toronto Star:
      Unit features include imported ceramic tiles, oversized balconies, an in-suite entraphone system, and glass French dining room doors as per plans.
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  14. flygal
    • 2009 February 7, Peter Howell, “Stars lining up again for McGregor”, Toronto Star:
      McGregor also has significant roles in Angels & Demons, the Da Vinci Code prequel arriving in May, and in the big fall biopic Amelia, about intrepid flygal Amelia Earhart.
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  15. gotchies
  16. gouda
  17. handclaps
    • 2009 February 7, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-Hit List”, Toronto Star:
      The other good news: This new song recaptures the sunny feel of "Collapsing," complete with ethereal vocals, lush strings and, of course, plenty of handclaps.
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  18. handwashing
    • 2009 Februaryruary 7, Judy Steed, “Devices that let ability shine through”, Toronto Star:
      The mirror comes alive with images, guiding you through the steps of handwashing: turn on the taps, lather your hands with soap, rinse your hands, turn off the taps, dry your hands.
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  19. handwells
    • 2009 February 7, Jack Lakey, “Bins on sidewalk make for tight squeeze”, Toronto Star:
      UPDATE: An email from Juliet John-Baptiste of Toronto Hydro says responses to requests to fix malfunctioning street lights will take a bit longer, due to the deployment of repair crews to fix handwells that have electrocuted dogs, a shocking problem that's made headlines lately.
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  20. idlings
    • 2009 February 7, Ann Perry, “Job losses smash records”, Toronto Star:
      Jim Stanford, an economist with the Canadian Auto Workers union, said some of the manufacturing job losses were likely related to temporary idlings as automakers dealt with excess inventory, and some of those positions will come back. "
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  21. impingements
  22. inseminators
    • 2009 February 1, Geoff Pevere, “Lincoln and Darwin: Separated at birth?”, Toronto Star:
      In attempting to restore more accuracy and nuance to the memories of Darwin and Lincoln – among the book's more convincing arguments is Gopnik's insistence that these two men were formidably gifted writers – the author casts them as both creations of their times and inseminators of the times that followed.
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  23. lowrise
    • 2009 Februaryruary 7, Christopher Hume, “Condo Critic: Corner represents past and future”, Toronto Star:
      Still, one of the great ironies of the corner is that the two subway stations are lowrise, stand-alone buildings that don't make sense of the corner's high-density future.
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  24. mauzy
    • 2009 February 1, Kenneth Kidd, “The unlikely lexical countdown to a million”, Toronto Star:
      Of course, if the weather is mauzy (damp and misty in Newfoundland), you might want to pull on your Cowichan sweater (made from homespun, un-dyed wool in B.C.) and fill up on some Digby chicken (dried or cured herring in the Maritimes).
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  25. mizuna
    • 2009 February 7, Corey Mintz, “Sweet potential with a local theme”, Toronto Star:
      A side of greens ($6), like many dishes, is healthy: a bowl of kale, arugula, mizuna dandelion greens, lightly sautéed, with thick chili pepper slices and gobs of roasted garlic, the way that vegetables were meant to be eaten.
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  26. nonconfirmation
  27. panca *
    • 2009 February 7, Richard Ouzounian, “Buenos Aires' a treat - mainly because of the meat”, Toronto Star:
      Nestled in the trendy Palermo Hollywood neighbourhood, this Peruvian/Japanese fusion place not only has impeccable raw fish, but also some mind-blowing dishes like deep-fried octopus served with Peruvian panca peppers.
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  28. parkette
  29. potlights
    • 2009 Februaryruary 7, Donna Laporte, “Condo buyer makes his a double”, Toronto Star:
      Above, the ceiling was dropped down and drywalled to enable the installation of a series of potlights.
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  30. prebudget
    • 2009 February 7, RITA TRICHUR, “Province urged to hike deposit insurance”, Toronto Star:
      Central 1 Credit Union – an umbrella organization representing nearly 200 credit unions in Ontario and British Columbia – made its case for that change in a prebudget submission to Finance Minister Dwight Duncan.
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  31. rootsier
    • 2009 February 7, Ben Rayner, “The Stills moving on up to City Hall”, Toronto Star:
      After taking an unexpected detour into rootsier territory on its 2006 sophomore disc, Without Feathers , the quintet has lately made a return to the coiled doom and gloom of its fab 2003 debut, Logic Will Break Your Heart – albeit with a revved-up, fittingly oceanic attack that finds the band aiming for the cheap seats, U2-style, on tunes like the well-received single "Being Here."
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  32. sluttiness
    • 2009 February 1, Emily Donaldson, “Junior high is no place for the faint-hearted”, Toronto Star:
      As a teenager, she dresses like a punk rocker in outfits "ingeniously designed to disguise sluttiness as irony" yet still finds she cannot bring herself to spit her gum on the sidewalk, her rebellion stifled by the fact that she "cared too much about making other people cross with her."
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  33. snye
    • 2009 February 1, Kenneth Kidd, “The unlikely lexical countdown to a million”, Toronto Star:
      Then there are all the regional expressions, such as Newfoundland's ballicatter (ice formed by water spray), Eastern Ontario's snye (a side channel that bypasses rapids to form an island) or English Quebec's subvention (subsidy, borrowed from Quebec French).
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  34. squisher
    • 2009 Februaryruary 7, Steve Maxwell, “Light your fire with handy propane torch”, Toronto Star:
      How do they know it's safe to put that old tank into the squisher, the blast furnace or wherever else old steel is reprocessed?
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  35. triaged
    • 2009 February 1, Linda Diebel, “Existential crises and a rage to save the Liberals”, Toronto Star:
      Then, over 2001 and '02, he laid off 150 employees at MGI Software, a company he'd first "triaged" as a consultant for NPV Associates with his partner and fellow UCC alumnus Henry Eaton, before stepping in as CEO. Firing 30 per cent of the work force was necessary to save the company, insists NPV principal partner Eaton.
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  36. unaged
  37. undercapitalized
    • 2009 February 7, RITA TRICHUR, “Province urged to hike deposit insurance”, Toronto Star:
      "The problem with all these insurance schemes ... they're all massively undercapitalized, especially given the situation," Velk said.
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  38. underserviced
  39. unemptied
  40. unholstered
    • 2009 February 7, Jim Bronskill, “RCMP Taser report raises new concerns”, Toronto Star:
      A review of the eight cases in which the Taser was used against people displaying passively resistant behaviour found the weapon was unholstered and pointed but not actually fired, with the exception of one accidental discharge.
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  41. unscholarly
  42. waferish

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