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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-01 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. brownlining
    • 2009 June 1, Kenneth Kidd, “Carp and carping at an urban pier”, Toronto Star:
      But the Classic is also part of a North American trend toward urban fishing, sometimes called brownlining, since it all takes place in muddy, polluted water, often in the shadow of smokestacks and power plants.
  2. campesinos *
    • 2009 June 1, Linda Diebel, “Behind the mask in sunny Acapulco”, Toronto Star:
      "The evidence shows (the army) isn't fighting the big narco-traffickers, but instead poor campesinos," says Gutierrez. "
  3. centrefielder
  4. cervezas *
  5. clashtastic
    • 2009 June 1, Amy Spurway, Toronto Star[1]:
      Now, as I dart down the street with my colourfully clashtastic kids looking like a posse of insane clowns, I worry what other mothers think.
  6. gou *
    • 2009 June 1, Kenneth Kidd, “Carp and carping at an urban pier”, Toronto Star:
      This is reputed to drive female sheephead to the brink of ecstasy, and may or may not explain the myriad other names for sheephead: freshwater drum, shepherd's pie, silver bass, grey bass, Gasper goo, Gaspergou, gou, grunt, grunter, grinder and croaker.
  7. homebred
    • 2009 June 1, Jennifer Morrison, “Racing/article/643378 Colt passes his Queen's test”, Toronto Star:
      After yesterday's Plate Trial Stakes, his third career start, the Sam-Son Farms' homebred colt stands tall as one of the favourites for the 150th running of the Queen's Plate, June 21 at Woodbine racetrack.
  8. kms *
  9. maladjust
    • 2009 June 1, Amy Spurway, Toronto Star[2]:
      I worry that they are judging me, whispering that only an LSD-dropping social maladjust would allow her children to go out in public dressed like that.
  10. marajuana
    • 2009 June 1, “That's some heavy dope, man”, Toronto Star:
      These guys have managed to compress marajuana leaves to about the density of granite.
  11. matie
    • 2009 June 1, Toronto Star[3]:
      "Aye, matie," said Ari, giggling.
  12. maties
    • 2009 June 1, Toronto Star[4]:
      "Arrrgh, maties!"
  13. narcotiendas
    • 2009 June 1, Linda Diebel, “Behind the mask in sunny Acapulco”, Toronto Star:
      From narcotiendas (little drug shops), it's easy to find dealers selling both drugs and soft drinks, as well as ritzy new subdivisions funded by mysterious sources believed to be drug money in a country devastated by recession.
  14. nonpriority
    • 2009 June 1, Kevin McGran, “Wayne Gretzky on hook in NHL drama”, Toronto Star:
      His claim is listed as "unsecured" and "nonpriority," which means he'd be among the last in line to be paid from the proceeds of a Coyotes sale.
  15. savmoney
    • 2009 June 1, Toronto Star[5]:
      The new layout should shrink the typical space used in real estate offices of about 100 square feet per agent to roughly 15 square feet, savmoney in rental costs.
  16. sheephead
  17. shichimi
  18. smartmouths
    • 2009 June 1, Jim Coyle, “Putdowns of Andrea Horwath aren't funny”, Toronto Star:
      The funny boys and swaggering smartmouths of the McGuinty government which has few women in the key inner circle of decision-makers might do well to remember that a lot of women have been talked to in just such a patronizing way by a lot of men during the long march toward equality and respect.
  19. togarashi