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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-28 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-28).

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148412 tokens ‧ 108967 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 11640 types ‧ 73 (~ 0.627%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-28[edit]

  1. barnboard
  2. bfast
  3. boxscore
  4. 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.
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  5. crikeys
  6. deflectionist
    • 2009 February 27, Joel Rubinoff, “Dr. Phil's no match for mommy”, Toronto Star:
      But like a cagier version of the former U.S. president, Nadya Suleman – in the first of two taped interviews this week – proved a formidable foe, a smooth-talking deflectionist who, like Muhammad Ali in his prime, dodged her interrogator's intrusive verbal assaults with a mix of evasiveness, obfuscation and disarming inscrutability.
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  7. diffusers
    • 2009 February 28, Rita Zekas, “DecoRita visits West Elm”, Toronto Star:
      They are in the under-$20 section, which includes a display of scented candles and diffusers.
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  8. dropships
  9. fabriques *
    • 2009 February 28, Andrew Chung, “Quebec's churches need miracle”, Toronto Star:
      The province also launched a program to help parish administrative councils, or fabriques, pay for 70 per cent of the costs of keeping the churches standing, but only for those built before 1945.
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  10. gunfighting
  11. harbourfront
  12. heartstopping
    • 2009 February 28, Paul McGeough, “The plot to kill Hamas”, Toronto Star:
      Four years earlier the Toronto Blue Jays had caused a heartstopping sensation by defeating all comers in the United States to win back-to-back World Series titles.
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  13. heliconia
    • 2009 February 27, Jim Byers, “Celebrating Hawaii's 50th”, Toronto Star:
        Bright yellow plumeria, exotic heliconia and birds of paradise go wild in the tropical climes of Hawaii, making it a gardening paradise.
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  14. homeside
  15. incrementalist
    • 2009 February 28, “Opportunity in Ontario budget”, Toronto Star:
      At Queen's Park, we are told, there is a debate underway within McGuinty's government whether to make this a budget of "big ideas" or an incrementalist document.
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  16. kibbutznik
    • 2009 February 28, Paul McGeough, “The plot to kill Hamas”, Toronto Star:
      A former Canadian kibbutznik emerged to reveal that Israeli agents had gathered up passports on a kibbutz where he had worked in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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  17. 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.
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  18. marblelike
    • 2009 February 28, MARC SALTZMAN, “To games for girls and Bakugan”, Toronto Star:
      The toys mostly involve marblelike spheres that open to reveal brawlers inside, along with collectible game cards.
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  19. mezza *
    • 2009 February 28, Paul McGeough, “The plot to kill Hamas”, Toronto Star:
      Hussein led them to a sheltered terrace off his study, where a table was spread with mezza dishes, a kebab platter, and lots of flatbread.
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  20. mirarti
    • 2009 February 28, John Terauds, “No rest for the gifted”, Toronto Star:
      tinyurl.com/Sonnambula : A performance of "Ah, nun credea mirarti" from Vincenzo Bellini's La Sonnambula on YouTube.
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  21. mushroomery
    • 2009 February 28, Corey Mintz, “Sip into something more comfortable”, Toronto Star:
      Multiple levels of mushroomery fill the bowl, part purée/part chunky, with wild rice to fill out the texture.
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  22. narcostates
    • 2009 February 28, “Legalize drugs to cut violence”, Toronto Star:
      But it is time to deprive drug lords, organized crime and narcostates of the huge, tax-free profits realized from illicit drug use in our society.
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  23. nethers
  24. nongelatinous
    • 2009 February 28, Corey Mintz, “Sip into something more comfortable”, Toronto Star:
      But, living up to the hyperbole of its title "absolutely ultimate potato" ($3.95) is a thick, nongelatinous soup that tastes of its two main ingredients: potato and bacon.
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  25. nonstory
  26. ovenware
    • 2009 Februaryruary 28, Vicky Sanderson, “Spice up your meals with a tagine”, Toronto Star:
      Emile Henry , another well-known French manufacturer of ceramic ovenware, has also added a tagine to its "Flame" line of glazed clay cookware, which can be used on electric or gas stove tops and is dishwasher safe.
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  27. palatably
    • 2009 Februaryruary 28, Rita Zekas, “DecoRita visits West Elm”, Toronto Star:
      To that end, West Elm has filled 20,000 square feet with palatably priced sofas, towels, headboards, dining tables, chairs, bedding, linens, carpets, lighting, and accessories.
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  28. paniolos
    • 2009 February 27, Jim Byers, “Celebrating Hawaii's 50th”, Toronto Star:
      Chatting with the paniolos - Hawaiian cowboys who still tend to cattle on the slopes of Maui’s towering Haleakala volcano and on the giant Parker Ranch on the Big Island of Hawaii.
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  29. pappa *
    • 2009 February 28, Nancy J. White, “Family means the world to us”, Toronto Star:
      For months after my precious mamma died in 1993, I would find my heartbroken Sicilian pappa endlessly crying.
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  30. plumeria
    • 2009 February 27, Jim Byers, “Celebrating Hawaii's 50th”, Toronto Star:
        Bright yellow plumeria, exotic heliconia and birds of paradise go wild in the tropical climes of Hawaii, making it a gardening paradise.
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  31. 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.
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  32. preferreds
    • 2009 February 28, “Markets drop on U.S. plan to boost Citigroup stake”, Toronto Star:
      "The market was up the last few days because people had less fear about government nationalizing Citigroup and now with this conversion from preferreds to common, it seems to say one thing and do something else," said Ian Nakamoto, director of research at MacDougall, MacDougall and MacTier.
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  33. redonkulous
    • 2009 February 28, Darren Zenko, “Review/article/593759 Killzone 2 has killer looks, but no script to die for”, Toronto Star:
      But we're a long way from the 1950s, and hard-core gamers need more than the simple pleasures of life to shrug off the dog bites and bee stings; our favourite things now include redonkulous polygon counts and high-dynamic-range visuals, massive "Holy crap!" sci-fi set pieces at regular intervals, constant adrenalin stimulus, and blooming explosions that would have triggered latent shell shock in postwar consumers of musical theatre.
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  34. 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.
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  35. schmatta
    • 2009 Februaryruary 28, Rita Zekas, “DecoRita visits West Elm”, Toronto Star:
      And it had to be out of the ballpark since our friends are in the schmatta business, supplying accessories to major retailers in the U.S.
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  36. souptarium
    • 2009 February 28, Corey Mintz, “Sip into something more comfortable”, Toronto Star:
      When I'm sick, too sick to cook, I'll crawl to the local souptarium and lug home a 48-hour supply.
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  37. sriracha
    • 2009 February 28, Corey Mintz, “Sip into something more comfortable”, Toronto Star:
      A squirt of sriracha hot sauce usually provides enough heat, though the soup always comes with a whole bird's eye chili.
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  38. stickered
    • 2009 Februaryruary 28, Rita Zekas, “DecoRita visits West Elm”, Toronto Star:
      Also out of Africa: a huge hammered copper floor mirror stickered at $449.
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  39. struths
  40. subheadline
    • 2009 February 28, “Heading implies woman to blame”, Toronto Star:
      How dare you place the subheadline, "It was the drunkest she had ever been" under this already troubling headline.
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  41. 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."
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  42. 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.
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  43. superlabs
  44. thematics
  45. tiebreaking
  46. togarashi
  47. trapline
    • 2009 February 28, Tracey Tyler, “Appeal ruling a setback in Indian status battle”, Toronto Star:
      On the eve of her 83rd birthday, Laura Flood looks forward to teaching her granddaughter Angel Larkman the finer points of running a trapline or hunting moose in the Temiskaming bush.
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  48. uncauterized
    • 2009 February 28, Geoff Pevere, “The end of the era of the mid-life crisis”, Toronto Star:
      His book is a veritable hemorrhage of uncauterized brain emissions, covering everything from the death of Admiral Nelson and genital crabs to the evil of money and the genius of Jack Lemmon, all spilling willy nilly across 260 pages that cover nothing more than a single day of a moderately interesting life.
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  49. underexercised
    • 2009 February 28, Megan Ogilvie, “Stint in cardiac rehab slashes risk of dying”, Toronto Star:
      Less than three years ago, at midnight on June 11, 2006, Irving was overweight, underexercised and having a heart attack on his couch.
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  50. unnestled
  51. unredeemable
  52. wakame *

Sequestered[edit]

  1. ahhh *
    • 2009 February 28, Nancy J. White, “Family means the world to us”, Toronto Star:
      We're all so beautiful, just like, ahhh, you know, a zebra family."
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  2. yada
    • 2009 February 28, Corey Mintz, “Sip into something more comfortable”, Toronto Star:
      It serves a variety ($4.50) of sour soups: cloudy with coconut milk; filled with shrimp and squid; just the shrimp-strengthened chicken broth; yada yada.
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