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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-12 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-22).

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44954 tokens ‧ 33079 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6002 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.217%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-12[edit]

  1. authorly
    • 2009 April 12, Derek Weiler, “Hurray for the Vikings' part”, Toronto Star:
      Such authorly phrases as "a narrowing vasculature of country roads" stick out awkwardly when they're found in first-person narration.
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  2. boringest
    • 2009 April 12, Malene Arpe, “Pop goes the week”, Toronto Star:
      The boringest bores that ever bored 1) Emily Blunt says she's going to take up the cello. 2) Hugh Hefner falls asleep during his own birthday party. 3) Miley Cyrus is seen wearing a promise ring. 4) Jennifer Garner will star in a movie about competitive butter sculpting. 4) Kal Penn quits acting to work at the White House. 6) Multiple-birth vessel Nadya Suleman reportedly makes a deal for a reality show, but stipulates that the word "octo-mom" may not be used.
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  3. cokebook
    • 2009 April 12, Malene Arpe, “Pop goes the week”, Toronto Star:
      Kate Moss reportedly wants to write a cookbook Her publisher thought she said, "cokebook" and got excited about a memoir.
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  4. dampidex
  5. fasciste *
    • 2009 April 12, Angelo Persichilli, “Quebec's profitable game”, Toronto Star:
      In December 1999, separatists in the House of Commons shouted words such as "tratre!" "vendu!" and "fasciste!" at then-minister Stphane Dion after he introduced the Clarity Act.
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  6. fishway
  7. fuhgedaboudit *
    • 2009 April 12, “Here's one sector that's thriving in hard times”, Toronto Star:
      As pressures bear down on profits, restaurateurs become street vendors, shopkeepers become stallholders, and as for work permits at the building site, fuhgedaboudit!
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  8. infrastructurally
    • 2009 April 12, Michael Adams, “Changing face of Toronto not yet visible at city hall”, Toronto Star:
      Even if one acknowledges the hard work and social and economic contributions of immigrants, one could worry about the sheer scale of Canada's immigration program and the pressure it might place on Toronto socially, infrastructurally and economically.
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  9. newsies
    • 2009 April 12, Deirdre Baker, “The wily denizens of St. Lawrence Market”, Toronto Star:
      Harassed by rival "newsies" in the market, Bertie makes a spectacular getaway through the stalls until he's stuck at the top of an ornate Christmas tree erected by the market's butchers.
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  10. stilting
  11. trackedthe
    • 2009 April 12, Denis McGrath, “Corner Gas wrecked Canadian TV's excuses”, Toronto Star:
      Executive producers Virginia Thompson and David Storey engaged a showrunner a senior writer whose creative vision trackedthe show through the process, as a production partner not merely a peon.
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  12. vendu *
    • 2009 April 12, Angelo Persichilli, “Quebec's profitable game”, Toronto Star:
      In December 1999, separatists in the House of Commons shouted words such as "tratre!" "vendu!" and "fasciste!" at then-minister Stphane Dion after he introduced the Clarity Act.
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  13. woodgrain
    • 2009 April 12, Darren Zenko, “Atari 2600 made history - without memory”, Toronto Star:
      It is an unmistakable artifact: the woodgrain deck with its bank of switches, the rubber-gripped joysticks with their single button in inviting PUSH ME orange, the primitive-looking games with their bright, blocky graphics and bleep-blorp sound effects.
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