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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-27 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-27).

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  1. armbones
    • 2009 February 27, “`Toronto the Good' on display”, Toronto Star:
      Fortunately, apart from facial bruises and a hairline fracture in the two lower armbones, I suffered no serious injury.
  2. bubblegummy
    • 2009 February 27, Jason Anderson, “Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience: Glossy and exuberant”, Toronto Star:
      In the live concert segments that fill up most of the film's wisely modest running time, the Jonas Brothers and their backup band beef up bubblegummy power-pop songs like "Burnin' Up" with a bigger guitar sound and a string section.
  3. harbourfront
  4. kodo *
    • 2009 February 27, Susan Walker, “Dancers leave us wanting more”, Toronto Star:
      They perform martial arts moves and gesture at each other with two pointing fingers to thunderous kodo drumming.
  5. nethers
  6. nonstory
  7. portlands
    • 2009 February 27, Mary Ormsby, “New arena could bring hockey up to full power”, Toronto Star:
      The decommissioned Hearn power plant is the city's top site to build a long-overdue, four-pad arena to anchor a planned sports complex on the eastern portlands, Toronto Mayor David Miller said yesterday.
  8. requalify
    • 2009 February 27, Ellie, “Your kids will reflect your attitude”, Toronto Star:
      Inquire of your local police association whether there are employee links to affordable daycare, and how you can requalify for a job.
  9. supercentre
    • 2009 February 27, Dana Flavelle, “Wal-Mart closing Sam's Clubs”, Toronto Star:
      The stores were the first Wal-Mart locations to offer fresh meat and produce, paving the way for the arrival of Wal-Mart's "supercentre."
  10. supercentres
    • 2009 February 27, Dana Flavelle, “Wal-Mart closing Sam's Clubs”, Toronto Star:
      Wal-Mart spokesperson Andrew Pelletier said the company's food business "has grown dramatically" since it began opening the supercentres.
  11. tiebreaking
  12. unnestled
  13. unredeemable


  1. sippy
    • 2009 Februaryruary 27, Joseph Hall, “Morality related to disgust”, Toronto Star:
      Subjects were asked to drink sippy cups of bitter, sour and salty liquids and shown pictures of dirty toilets and injuries and other disgusting matter.