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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-26 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-26).

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58464 tokens ‧ 42960 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6776 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.325%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. boxscore
    • 2009 February 26, “Blue Jay Watch”, Toronto Star:
      Jays-Yankees boxscore, S10
  2. chefdom
    • 2009 February 26, Corey Mintz, “Prepping for a culinary career”, Toronto Star:
      Still they keep coming, perhaps spurred on by the celebrity status that chefdom has achieved in the past decade.
  3. hydraulophone
  4. hypermasculine
  5. jodhpur
    • 2009 February 26, Derick Chetty, “Designers eye Michelle Obama's style”, Toronto Star:
      Ralph Lauren, the designer of quintessential Americana, stuck to his upper-crust look with patchwork tweeds, rich velvets, sumptuous Mongolian lamb coats, a hint of equestrian with soft jodhpur pants and lots of antique cream colours.
  6. multiculti
    • 2009 February 26, Haroon Siddiqui, “Joy of seeing Obama, Jean and Slumdog”, Toronto Star:
      Never mind the ensuing ideological and other nitpicking: He, a symbol of the melting pot, had real power, whereas she, a multiculti token, held little; and why was she talking about Haiti, anyway?
  7. newswriter
    • 2009 February 26, Brett Popplewell, “Local Ponzi scheme alleged”, Toronto Star:
      Jeff Pearce, a long-time newswriter who worked at CNBC Europe and The Canadian Press before starting with DEXtv shortly after it launched in January 2008, said professional journalists were attracted to DEXtv by salaries upwards of $80,000 and by Marshall's vision to turn the station into a voice on the markets, both online and via satellite in the U.S.
  8. overbred
  9. overbreeding
  10. plongeur *
  11. plongeurs *
    • 2009 February 26, Corey Mintz, “Prepping for a culinary career”, Toronto Star:
      If plongeurs thought at all, they would long ago have formed a union and gone on strike for better treatment.
  12. reconstructionists
  13. slopey
    • 2009 February 26, Dave Perkins, “It's `business as usual' for Tiger as world's top golfer wins opener”, Toronto Star:
      Woods said it was "business as usual" and, for him, aside from a handful of loose shots and some so-so putts – which can be excused on these big, slopey, slow greens Jack Nicklaus inflicted on the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain – it probably was just that.
  14. streetwear
  15. superclose
  16. traplines
    • 2009 February 26, “Mad Trapper wasn't even Canadian”, Toronto Star:
      Police began chasing the man they later identified as Albert Johnson in January 1932 after he shot and nearly killed an officer who wanted to ask him about complaints that someone was interfering with traplines near Fort McPherson, N.W.T.
  17. twilighter
  18. unqualifiably
    • 2009 February 26, Tracey Tyler, “Justice Arthur Gans in hot water — again”, Toronto Star:
      "The comment was not only inappropriate, but it was not befitting the office which I have the privilege to occupy and I want to take this opportunity to apologize unqualifiably to counsel, to the accused and to his family alike and to all who were present and might have been offended by those comments," he said.


  1. yukking
    • 2009 February 26, Dave Perkins, “It's `business as usual' for Tiger as world's top golfer wins opener”, Toronto Star:
      Plenty of these golf babies would have seen Woods and melted into puddles; a great new Nike commercial, in which the second-line guys are yukking it up in the locker room, but go stone silent when Woods walks in, could win an Oscar for best documentary short subject.