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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-01 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-01).

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2009-03-01[edit]

  1. blisses
    • 2009 Marchch 1, Deirdre Baker, “More picture books from Deirdre Baker”, Toronto Star:
      Such larger-than-life vividness suits the magnitude of the emotion here, just right for the world of small children who suffer daily tragedies and blisses.
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  2. fabulate
  3. fundis
    • 2009 March 1, Joanna Smith, “Green Party at a political crossroads”, Toronto Star:
      The German Greens experienced ideological battles between the fundamentalists, or fundis, and realists, or realos, as they transformed from a grassroots movement into a more mainstream party with a role in coalition governments.
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  4. goopily
    • 2009 Marchch 1, Deirdre Baker, “More picture books from Deirdre Baker”, Toronto Star:
      LaFrance's playfully distorted characters (human and otherwise), her cockeyed angles and goopily repulsive colours give this love story a quirky, appealing vivacity.
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  5. mirthmakers
    • 2009 March 1, Garnet Fraser, “Bad love is a good gag for sketch duo”, Toronto Star:
      Tonight at 10 the Comedy Network airs the Cream of Comedy show: five young contenders (the others being Adam Christie, Zabrina Chevannes, Bryan O'Gorman and Alana Johnston) perform before the awarding of the Tim Sims Award for young mirthmakers.
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  6. monochromatically
  7. pastoralists
  8. realos
    • 2009 March 1, Joanna Smith, “Green Party at a political crossroads”, Toronto Star:
      The German Greens experienced ideological battles between the fundamentalists, or fundis, and realists, or realos, as they transformed from a grassroots movement into a more mainstream party with a role in coalition governments.
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  9. revpar
  10. sensationalization
    • 2009 March 1, Anonymous*, “The paradox of anonymity”, Toronto Star:
      By 1821, the value of sensationalization became clear with the publication of the best-selling Confessions of an English Opium-Eater .
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  11. wristing
    • 2009 March 1, Kevin McGran, “Surging Leafs sink Senators”, Toronto Star:
      Mayers scored at 6:39 of the first, wristing a flutterball past Elliott that had Sens fans booing their goaltender.
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