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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-25 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-25).

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50804 tokens ‧ 37268 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6199 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.194%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-25[edit]

  1. continentally
  2. digester
    • 2009 February 25, Tyler Hamilton, “End green `dithering,' utilities told”, Toronto Star:
      Millen cites one of his company's clients, DeBruin Farms, which wants to connect a 499-kilowatt-hour anaerobic digester system to the grid.
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  3. invitationals
    • 2009 February 25, Rosie DiManno, “Our Pan Am plan not user-friendly”, Toronto Star:
      Many high-profile athletes gave the games a pass, preferring to stick with rich purse European invitationals while others – soccer players, for instance – were contractually obliged to remain with their professional teams.
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  4. outslug
  5. readymade
    • 2009 February 25, Caroline Mallan, “Designer's final gift to Parisians”, Toronto Star:
      An emotion-driven bidding war between two American men in the room saw Marcel Duchamp's never before publicly sold Belle haleine, Eau de violette (Beautiful Breath, Veil Water), a Dada "readymade" or found object piece that is a modified bottle of cologne, sell for 8.9 million euros ($14 million Cdn.), far exceeding the guide price of between {euro}1 million and {euro}1.5 million.
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  6. reingratiate
    • 2009 February 25, Cathal Kelly, “Death, the final reality TV show”, Toronto Star:
      Whenever public interest seemed in danger of waning, Goody went to greater and greater lengths to reingratiate herself.
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  7. scalpings
  8. thermobaric
    • 2009 February 25, Rick Westhead, “Tamil Tigers suspected of buying time”, Toronto Star:
      Foreign Secretary Palitha Kohona said the government has evidence the Tigers recently tried to buy anti-aircraft missiles and thermobaric munitions on the international market.
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  9. windpower
    • 2009 February 25, “Green Act deserves thumbs up”, Toronto Star:
      And if windpower is low during summer months, there is lots of solar power to tap into.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. schizoaffective -> schizoaffective disorder