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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-18 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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35650 tokens ‧ 26052 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5148 types ‧ 8 (~ 0.155%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bathtime
    • 2009 May 18, Susan Sampson, “Relax. It's time to cook”, Toronto Star:
      When Donna Hay rushes home from work, the job of feeding her husband and two boys, ages 3 and 6, becomes part of the blur amid the homework, the football training, the washing, bathtime and kitchen cleanup.
  2. cakey
    • 2009 May 18, “Banana maple pudding”, Toronto Star:
      Adapted from No Time to Cook: Fresh & Easy Recipes for a Fast Forward World by Donna Hay. This is a cakey, British-style pudding; it's like fast banana bread in a bowl.
  3. exclusivist
    • 2009 May 18, “Plenty of Jews oppose Zionism”, Toronto Star:
      Quite a few Jews, including Israelis such as the former Speaker of Israel's parliament, Avraham Burg, deplore the exclusivist Zionist nature of the Israeli state, which they consider to be the main obstacle to peace in the Middle East.
  4. foezumps
  5. iolo
    • 2009 May 18, Robert Cribb, “So much better than smelly Fred”, Toronto Star:
      System Mechanic from iolo (; $35 U.S. for one year) also promises to de-ice a computer operating at a glacial pace.
  6. neckbiter
    • 2009 May 18, Rob Salem, “Fall TV lineup: Doctors and lawyers and vampires, oh my”, Toronto Star:
      Competing for the sub-network's limited shelf space are the much talked-about Melrose Place remake, the already introduced, '80s-set Gossip Girl spinoff, Lily; a thematically derivative neckbiter, Vampire Diaries; and a male-model Sex and the City called A Beautiful Life.
  7. shotless
  8. wannabee
    • 2009 May 18, “`Faux-umps' a delight to watch”, Toronto Star:
      The two wannabee umpires, who sit behind home plate, are a delight to watch with their mirror antics of the real umpire.