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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-31 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. clodhopping
    • 2009 May 31, Rosie DiManno, “Susan Boyle just couldn't recreate her magic moment”, Toronto Star:
      Pity, if Boyle had to be denied that gig, it could not instead have gone to Stavros Flatley, the hilarious father-and-son Greek-Irish dance tandem, with their wicked clodhopping farce.
  2. nonidentifying
    • 2009 May 31, Nicole Baute, “Emotions high as veil around adoption lifts”, Toronto Star:
      He is fortunate to have his nonidentifying information, and a piece of paper with his birth name on it, William Thomas MacDonald, which was given to his adoptive parents by the Catholic Children's Aid in 1963.
  3. psychobabblers
    • 2009 May 31, Rosie DiManno, “Susan Boyle just couldn't recreate her magic moment”, Toronto Star:
      Boyle, the 48-year-old spinster who lives with her cat Pebbles, resembles a female impersonator and claimed never to have been kissed: Slammed by tabloids that suddenly U-turned, creating a diva monster out of an unassuming church lady, head-shrunk by psychobabblers who fretted the poor thing was on the verge of a nervous meltdown, criticized for what was really a modest makeover, outed as a foul-mouthed whack-job by some hometown folks and, in the end, sufficiently abandoned by a viewing audience apparently grown a tad weary of all the fuss.