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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-10 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-10).

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  1. commish
    • 2009 February 10, Mary Ormsby, “Room at the top for a new star”, Toronto Star:
      Surprise, the commish won't comment on how many women were tested last year or divulge the scope of results.
  2. dundering
    • 2009 February 10, “DVD REVIEWS”, Toronto Star:
      The president's many mistakes are blamed not on the man but on his unresolved daddy issues and dundering underlings.
  3. fabulistic
  4. frathouse
    • 2009 February 10, “DVD REVIEWS”, Toronto Star:
      The movie tracks him from a 1966 frathouse hazing where the young W. demonstrates his grit and charisma (he's memorized the names of his butt-paddling Yale tormentors) right up to his current mode of bullying his way into history: "I'm a gut player.
  5. psychoanalyzing
    • 2009 February 10, “DVD REVIEWS”, Toronto Star:
      For his third film about an American commander in chief, following the psychoanalyzing of Nixon (1995) and the conspiracy chasing of JFK (1991), Stone has abandoned all skepticism, perhaps weary of courting controversy.
  6. ulp
    • 2009 February 10, Joel Rubinoff, “Train wreck keeps rollin' along”, Toronto Star:
      And where would the Grammys be without Motown maverick Stevie Wonder, continuing his slide into musical irrelevance with a mind-boggling collaboration with, ulp, teen idols the Jonas Brothers, who massacred their own "Burnin' Up" and Stevie's "Superstition" with boyish aplomb.