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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-03 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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  1. bateau *
    • '2009 May 3, Kenneth Kidd, “The battle to raise brave Nancy's sails”, Toronto Star:
      Over the years, his efforts to fund a full-size replica have mostly met with frustration, though he did raise enough money to build a bateau (since given to the National War Museum in Ottawa) and a replica of the Nancys accompanying longboat (now with the Sea Cadets in Sarnia.)
  2. bateaux *
    • 2009 May 3, Kenneth Kidd, “The battle to raise brave Nancy's sails”, Toronto Star:
      Several days later, he returned to the scene of battle with 18 men and supplies on two bateaux, the flat-bottomed boats used by fur traders.
  3. choregraphed
    • 2009 May 3, “My name is URL”, Toronto Star:
      In case you missed it, the season finale of Chuck was fast-paced and choregraphed to "Mr. Roboto":
  4. clasico
    • 2009 May 3, “Barca rout of Madrid puts title in range”, Toronto Star:
      Sergio Ramos gave the two-time defending champions hope in the 56th but Henry, Messi and Gerard Pique sealed the "clasico" match to give Barcelona the most goals it has ever scored at Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
  5. crackin *
  6. francophonie
  7. leavin
  8. superbrewery
  9. transitioner
    • 2009 May 3, ROB SALEM, “Surviving the voyage”, Toronto Star:
      With that and sheer force of personality on his side, Shatner has been by far the most successful transitioner to post-Trek success, from Captain Kirk to T.J. Hooker to Denny Crane, the latter winning him consecutive Emmys for The Practice and the re-branded Boston Legal.