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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-23 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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2009-05-23[edit]

  1. badassery
    • 2009 May 23, Darren Zenko, “The good, the bad and the Infamous”, Toronto Star:
      The payoffs are steady and worth it: Story missions advance the goofy four-colour comic-book plot and generally leave you with new or improved powers, while side missions bump your rep in either the halo or pitchfork direction, making their associated neighbourhood safer to travel, and provide all-important experience with which to upgrade your electrical badassery.
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  2. bifold
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[1]:
      McAvoy also urges Tania to ditch the bifold door.
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  3. blipster
    • 2009 May 23, Murray Whyte staff reporter, “`White Negroes' and `black hipsters'”, Toronto Star:
      Writing in response to a New York Times story last year about a surging African American "blipster" fan base in indie rock, a reader protested the term. "
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  4. blipsters
    • 2009 May 23, Murray Whyte staff reporter, “`White Negroes' and `black hipsters'”, Toronto Star:
      For them, it fits as snugly as the rattily ironic cardigans on their backs; for so-called blipsters, it puts a fine point on an old saw: free at last.
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  5. chou *
  6. crocosmias
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[2]:
      How incredible crocosmias can be.
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  7. cymbidium *
    • 2009 May 23, Donna Yawching, Toronto Star[3]:
      A recent arrangement of soaring glass vases, green calla lilies, green anthuriums, pale green cymbidium orchids and gnarled, sandblasted manzanita branches had guests gathered around it in awe.
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  8. deconditioned
    • 2009 May 23, Judy Steed, Toronto Star[4]:
      In medical terms, she recovered, but her time in hospital "deconditioned" her to the point that, when she was discharged, she couldn't walk.
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  9. degradingly
    • 2009 May 23, Andrew Chung, “Rwandan convicted in landmark case”, Toronto Star:
      To that end, he intentionally killed Tutsi, seriously wounded others, caused them serious physical and mental harm, sexually assaulted many Tutsi women and generally treated Tutsi inhumanely and degradingly."
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  10. discretional
    • 2009 May 23, Olivia Li, “Shopping around for summer employment”, Toronto Star:
      "That would be the stores selling discretional or what you might call frivolous product, like high-end fashion boutiques, jewelers, antiques dealers," says Williams.
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  11. exclusivists
    • 2009 May 23, “Most Jews empathize with Israel”, Toronto Star:
      We do not consider Spain or France "exclusivists" for practicing their culture and Catholicism being the majority religion and Saudi Arabia for having an Islamic republic and preventing Jews from living there.
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  12. fooderie
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[5]:
      Hey, we'd done well to even secure a table in the hot-ticket fooderie, but imagine our surprise when, inter course, Vanessa Paradis appeared in a glamorous apparition and sat at the very next table!
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  13. gigadeath
    • 2009 May 23, Rob Lyons, “Lovelock is anti-people”, Toronto Star:
      Back in 1974, in his book Gaia, James Lovelock warned that a world population exceeding 10 billion, at current or higher levels of energy consumption, would mean a choice between "permanent enslavement on the prison hulk of the spaceship Earth, or gigadeath to enable the survivors to restore a Gaian world."
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  14. gunbelt
    • 2009 May 23, Darren Zenko, “The good, the bad and the Infamous”, Toronto Star:
      Third, beyond his galvanic gunbelt, Cole's other superability is his phenomenal mobility, which turns his whole world of Empire City into an urban jungle-gym playground and makes the free-roaming gameplay work.
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  15. hodge
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[6]:
      - Bloor certainly one of the best streets - Complex has the right height and heft for location - Residential revival has mixed results - 'A ghastly mix of confused intentions' - Well situated street is a hodge podge - Mt. Pleasant bridges mythical divide - Boom adds housing to urban byways - Throughfare thoroughly suburban - Jarvis St. ready for its second closeup - Pedestrians take back seat to cars here - Re-imagining Scarborough - Corner represents past and future - River cries for development - An exercise in built chaos - Treating the past with respect - New and old clash on Richmond - Where east never meets west
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  16. hypericum
    • 2009 May 23, Donna Yawching, Toronto Star[7]:
      Working with what most people would consider limited materials ? the eucalyptus, a couple of cream-coloured lilies, some sprigs of hypericum ?
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  17. kasbah
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[8]:
      - Moroccan touch rocks the kasbah - Presto!
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  18. merigomish
  19. mininursery
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[9]:
      "The den is too isolated, so I would take down the wall of the walk-in closet and turn that space into a mininursery," he says.
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  20. monstera
    • 2009 May 23, Donna Yawching, Toronto Star[10]:
      And one floor up, a smaller installation of two trumpet-shaped vases containing monstera leaves and deep red amaryllis made a dramatic statement at the top of the escalator.
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  21. montepulciano
    • 2009 May 23, Gord Stimmell, “Some excellent wines for hedonists”, Toronto Star:
      A Marche region red sculpted mainly using montepulciano grapes, which yield aromas of blackberry, violets, licorice and plums.
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  22. motherfs
    • 2009 May 23, Judy Steed, Toronto Star[11]:
      Carol, interviewed a few months before her motherfs death, said that was what Ethel hoped God would do for her. gI wonder, why does she have to go on like this?h Carol said, watching her mother suffer.
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  23. noncoastal
  24. nunchuka
    • 2009 May 23, Peter Small, “More trouble for OPP officer on bail in corruption scandal”, Toronto Star:
      These allegations relate to two rifles, crowd control grenades, shuriken throwing stars, nunchuka chain sticks and brass knuckles that police allegedly found on property he owns in Caledon and elsewhere.
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  25. ohara
    • 2009 May 23, Donna Yawching, Toronto Star[12]:
      Overcoming her shock, she has since risen through various levels of certification in the ohara school, achieving First Master ? the highest teaching degree ? in 2005.
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  26. ombud *
    • 2009 May 23, Kathy English, “Why news ombuds matter”, Toronto Star:
      He convinced then Post publisher Katharine Graham to fund the position, knowing that a Post ombud would have free rein to criticize his journalistic judgments.
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  27. ombuds
    • 2009 May 23, Kathy English, “Why news ombuds matter”, Toronto Star:
      For journalists of a certain age, Watergate is synonymous with first-rate journalism that matters the very sort of journalism that ombuds and editors alike fear is also now at risk.
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  28. onw
    • 2009 May 23, Ashley Botting, “Nautical naughtiness and other floating follies”, Toronto Star:
      If I hadn't been eavesdropping while doing my sit-ups, I would never have known that onw senior worker calls his cabin "the closer," referring to his apparent consistent ability to bed female crew members in it.
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  29. oysterology
  30. palliatively
    • 2009 May 23, Judy Steed, Toronto Star[13]:
      In the case of Ethel Hannah, he says, the family could have instructed the hospital to not treat her pneumonia and to treat her palliatively.
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  31. pgorrie
  32. podge
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[14]:
      - Bloor certainly one of the best streets - Complex has the right height and heft for location - Residential revival has mixed results - 'A ghastly mix of confused intentions' - Well situated street is a hodge podge - Mt. Pleasant bridges mythical divide - Boom adds housing to urban byways - Throughfare thoroughly suburban - Jarvis St. ready for its second closeup - Pedestrians take back seat to cars here - Re-imagining Scarborough - Corner represents past and future - River cries for development - An exercise in built chaos - Treating the past with respect - New and old clash on Richmond - Where east never meets west
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  33. rattily
    • 2009 May 23, Murray Whyte staff reporter, “`White Negroes' and `black hipsters'”, Toronto Star:
      For them, it fits as snugly as the rattily ironic cardigans on their backs; for so-called blipsters, it puts a fine point on an old saw: free at last.
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  34. silhouetto
    • 2009 May 23, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-Hit List”, Toronto Star:
      Fans of Andy Paley, Brian Wilson, Jeff Lynne, and the piano lick that kicks off the "I see a little silhouetto of a man" section of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," this is definitely for you.
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  35. sprucers
    • 2009 May 23, Toronto Star[15]:
      Easy-peasy patio sprucers
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  36. superability
    • 2009 May 23, Darren Zenko, “The good, the bad and the Infamous”, Toronto Star:
      Third, beyond his galvanic gunbelt, Cole's other superability is his phenomenal mobility, which turns his whole world of Empire City into an urban jungle-gym playground and makes the free-roaming gameplay work.
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  37. superheroism
    • 2009 May 23, Darren Zenko, “The good, the bad and the Infamous”, Toronto Star:
      Lastly, it's not all high-spirited hijinks for our boy Cole; everywhere, the duties of superheroism/supervillainy call, plainly marked on your map and helpfully coded according to their good/evil value.
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  38. supervillainy
    • 2009 May 23, Darren Zenko, “The good, the bad and the Infamous”, Toronto Star:
      Lastly, it's not all high-spirited hijinks for our boy Cole; everywhere, the duties of superheroism/supervillainy call, plainly marked on your map and helpfully coded according to their good/evil value.
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  39. tatsoi
  40. undergear
    • 2009 May 23, Nicolaas van Rijn, “Star collects four NNA awards”, Toronto Star:
      Runners-up: Tony Bock, Toronto Star, for a photo of a Canadian women's soccer player giving the one-finger salute to a Brazilian opponent in a friendly soccer match; J.T. McVeigh, the Barrie Examiner, for an amusing shot of a defender holding onto an opponent's undergear in a high school football game.
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  41. unremember
    • 2009 May 23, Corey Mintz, “Rodney's by Bay Pleasing to the primordial palate”, Toronto Star:
      We could unremember how loud the music is; Johnny Cash played at the volume usually reserved for Slim Thug rattling the windows of a tricked-out convertible.
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  42. veddy
    • 2009 May 23, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-Hit List”, Toronto Star:
      Uptempo, upbeat, and vaguely psychedelic (in a non-druggy way), it's both instantly catchy and veddy, veddy British, which is good news for all the obsessive anglophiles in this country.
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