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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-17 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-17).

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  1. amaretti *
    • 2009 March 17, “Lovers of Guinness: Rejoice!”, Toronto Star:
      Tyler Cunningham, a chef at Mildred's Temple Kitchen in Liberty Village has created a sticky date and Guinness pudding, accompanied with roasted banana ice cream and amaretti cookie. "
  2. grandstanders
    • 2009 March 17, Joel Rubinoff, “Everybody knows their names”, Toronto Star:
      My sense, from watching the four 20-something grandstanders jockey for position, is that they really don't care much what these greying geezers think about anything.
  3. ingracious
    • 2009 March 17, Joel Rubinoff, “Everybody knows their names”, Toronto Star:
      The lack of respect by this ingracious coterie of ivory-tower barracudas clearly illustrates the No. 1 failing of most politicians.
  4. leadup
  5. streetside
  6. unconservative
    • 2009 March 17, “Is this the real Harper?”, Toronto Star:
      Wall Street financiers and individual homeowners and consumers, who caused the economic meltdown because they "bought into a very unconservative idea that they could live beyond their means."
  7. weakish
    • 2009 March 17, Robert Crew, “The Emperor's New Threads: Weaving a tale, with a moral wrinkle”, Toronto Star:
      There are several weakish songs, but Melody Anderson's masks, costumes and parade set contribute strongly to the fun, and director Peter Anderson keeps the show moving swiftly enough to enthrall all but the very youngest members of the audience.