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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-10 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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2009-05-10[edit]

  1. brushful
    • 2009 May 10, Murray Whyte, “Evolution of a street art rebel”, Toronto Star:
      Legs dangle and pinwheel in the light morning breeze and the head sags over as Dan Bergeron slops a thick, opaque brushful of wheat paste across the chest, pinning it to the ragged brick.
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  2. casteism
  3. compacter
    • 2009 May 10, Peter Howell, “Pixar gambles on Up”, Toronto Star:
      He's the guy, after all, who co-wrote the story for WALL-E, last summer's unassuming blockbuster about a robot trash compacter marooned on a burned-out Earth.
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  4. evener
    • 2009 May 10, Mitch Potter, “Pens pounce on Capitals”, Toronto Star:
      Down by another in the third, less than five minutes to go, Ovechkin powered home the evener, forcing overtime.
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  5. geyserized
    • 2009 May 10, Michel Basilires, “Once upon a time in a Zurich cafe”, Toronto Star:
      It is, rather, a "geyserized exit from the miserabilism and miraculousness of insane geography," as the author's website puts it.
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  6. handwasher
    • 2009 May 10, Toronto Star[1]:
      He was top handwasher amongst 16 men who washed their hands.
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  7. miserabilism
    • 2009 May 10, Michel Basilires, “Once upon a time in a Zurich cafe”, Toronto Star:
      It is, rather, a "geyserized exit from the miserabilism and miraculousness of insane geography," as the author's website puts it.
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  8. outchancing
    • 2009 May 10, Mitch Potter, “Pens pounce on Capitals”, Toronto Star:
      Rest or no rest, the return to D.C. did wonders for both teams, but especially the Capitals, who dominated the scoreless opening period, outhustling and outchancing the Pens and racking up eight shots on goal before Pittsburgh got its first.
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  9. unselfconsciousness
    • 2009 May 10, Toronto Star[2]:
      When he's writing under a false identity, he's unselfconsciousness and inspired so much so that when he pretends to be "Markus Simonsen, millionaire" and writes to a famous actress, she is moved to write back.
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  10. wilfullyhegemonic
    • 2009 May 10, Stuart Laidlaw, “What would Spock do?”, Toronto Star:
      "With the wilfullyhegemonic Bush administration now gone, the tenets of Roddenberry's fictional universe feel very much in step with current events," he writes.
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