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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-02 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-02).

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  1. accusatorily
  2. airballed
    • 2009 March 2, Doug Smith, “Raps can't keep pace with Mavs”, Toronto Star:
      Andrea Bargnani went 6-of-18, Anthony Parker was 5-of-12 and Jose Calderon 4-of-12 including a ghastly, and unusual, airballed three-pointer.
  3. baserunning
    • 2009 March 2, MORGAN CAMPBELL, “So far, Rios a hit with Gaston”, Toronto Star:
      Last season he displayed baserunning skills to match his natural speed and stole 32 bases, nearly doubling his previous career high of 17.
  4. grassroot
    • 2009 March 2, “Microcredit an alternative to aid”, Toronto Star:
      This is the heart of grassroot development – the funds get where they ought to be, in projects the people actually care about.
  5. greenpa
    • 2009 March 2, Trish Crawford, “Getting by without a fridge”, Toronto Star:
      Just Google "living without a refrigerator" to see dozens of websites and blogs detailing people's adventures, including a sailor who lives on his boat and eats food from tins, and a "greenpa" who claims to live in a cabin in the forest and who has been without a fridge for 30 years.
  6. hangable
  7. healthwise
    • 2009 March 2, Ellie, “Use, and you will be used”, Toronto Star:
      Our deal was that I take care of him healthwise, after his hospital stay, but I went out instead, and we talked only occasionally.
  8. observerships
  9. prepurchased
    • 2009 March 2, DANIEL DALE, “A member of the family is ailing”, Toronto Star:
      Today, they seek merely to secure access to the group's prepurchased burial plots in a popular cemetery.