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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-15 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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56342 tokens ‧ 41332 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6899 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.188%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-15[edit]

  1. centrefielder
    • 2009 May 15, Morgan Campbell, “Facing Yankees no walk in the park”, Toronto Star:
      Instead, he said four stray fastballs to Yankees centrefielder Brett Gardner defined his night.
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  2. cownose
    • 2009 May 15, Jason Miller, “Stingrays get company”, Toronto Star:
      Housed in the groups events tent, within the Zellers Discovery Zone, the dome-shaped state-of-the art facility features white-spotted bamboo and nurse sharks alongside cownose and southern stingrays.
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  3. cupholders
    • 2009 May 15, Dr. Robert Buckman, “Milking an idea to save the automotive industry”, Toronto Star:
      It's clearly valuable that they will be equipped with major planet-saving devices such as bigger cupholders and automatic mirror-adjusters, but it's not enough.
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  4. cussingly
    • 2009 May 15, Bruce DeMara, “Is Anybody There?: Magic realism”, Toronto Star:
      Likewise, Bill Milner plays Edward as a brooding young malcontent so cussingly caustic at times that when his smile finally appears, it is like a rainbow after a long, rainy day.
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  5. dottily
    • 2009 May 15, Bruce DeMara, “Is Anybody There?: Magic realism”, Toronto Star:
      Of course, if this had been an American film, the house would have been pristine rather than a fixer-upper and the cast all well groomed rather than dottily dishevelled.
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  6. hardnosed
    • 2009 May 15, Damien Cox, “Balsillie turns on the charm”, Toronto Star:
      Balsillie has spent a career out-swimming sharks, and he can become hardnosed in a heartbeat.
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  7. karahi
  8. nibblies
    • 2009 May 15, Peter Howell, “Tale of a bitter teen and stylish lusty vampire saga”, Toronto Star:
      NO SUSHI, PLEASE: There was definitely no sushi amongst the delectable nibblies served aboard the yacht M/Y Fathom last night in Cannes harbour, at a party to celebrate the success of The Cove.
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  9. retweeted
    • 2009 May 15, Antonia Zerbisias, “Right back @you, Tweeps”, Toronto Star:
      Right-wingers seized upon it, and retweeted out of context.
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  10. screenprint
    • 2009 May 15, “Gildan profits drop more than 80%”, Toronto Star:
      Broder Bros., which represents about 23 per cent of Gildan's 2008 sales in the U.S. screenprint business, faced a deadline last night for its key lenders to accept a refinancing of its senior notes.
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  11. symbologist
    • 2009 May 15, John Hiscock, “The director's code”, Toronto Star:
      Howard did his research by paying his money and joining public tours of the Vatican, wearing dark glasses and a baseball cap so he was not recognized, while Hanks, reprising his role as Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, did his own exploring.
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  12. tweetums
    • 2009 May 15, Antonia Zerbisias, “Right back @you, Tweeps”, Toronto Star:
      So, when Twitter twipped up, I got the DTs, the delirium tweetums.
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  13. twipped
    • 2009 May 15, Antonia Zerbisias, “Right back @you, Tweeps”, Toronto Star:
      So, when Twitter twipped up, I got the DTs, the delirium tweetums.
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