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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-05 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. bankrupcty
    • 2009 June 5, Lisa Wright, “Canadian bankruptcies jump in April”, Toronto Star:
      Business bankruptcies fell 10.6 per cent in April, to 529, compared with April of last year, when 592 businesses declared bankrupcty.
  2. barehanding
    • 2009 June 5, Joseph White, “Wait worth it for the Big Unit”, Toronto Star:
      The 6-foot-10 Johnson hit the turf himself after a comebacker that he knocked down in the sixth, barehanding the ball while falling forward to throw out pinch-hitter Anderson Hernandez.
  3. bifidobacterium
  4. birthers
  5. blobbing
  6. conservers
    • 2009 June 5, Peter Howell, “Waterlife: Water torture”, Toronto Star:
      Users and conservers, some on camera and some not, describe the relentless attacks on the lakes.
  7. cosmetotextiles
    • 2009 June 5, “Clothing that saves your skin”, Toronto Star:
      He explained the science via email: Simply put, the nylon-based material with cosmetic properties, known as cosmetotextiles, blocks harmful UV rays and then transmits coloured light through the material to the skin.
  8. ellagic
    • 2009 June 5, TheYouDocs, “How to be berry, berry good to yourself”, Toronto Star:
      Certain compounds in strawberries, especially ellagic acid, may be able to block cancer at its starting point and keep tumors from progressing.
  9. heralder
  10. newsnets
  11. nonswimming
    • 2009 June 5, Mary Ormsby, “Kids prepare to get their feet wet”, Toronto Star:
      The children will be selected over the next two weeks with school staff recommending candidates from nonswimming backgrounds.
  12. oilsands
    • 2009 June 5, “Petro-Canada shareholders vote `yes' to Suncor takeover”, Toronto Star:
      The Suncor acquisition of Petro-Canada will forge a firm with major oilsands operations and oil and gas interests in Canada, the United States and around the world with a stock market value of $46 billion.
  13. palaeontologist *
    • 2009 June 5, Peter Howell, “Land of the Lost: Lost cause”, Toronto Star:
      It might take a quantum palaeontologist to answer that not-so-urgent question.
  14. plummest
  15. pudging
  16. scarless
    • 2009 June 5, Megan Ogilvie, “Open wide for no-scar surgery”, Toronto Star:
      Dr. Mehran Anvari, an expert in minimally invasive surgery and a professor at McMaster University, said there is a clear movement toward scarless surgery but it is still unfolding.
  17. tim *
  18. undesignate
    • 2009 June 5, Phinjo Gombu, “Drive up 400 could get worse”, Toronto Star:
      What the province did not do was "undesignate" the oversupply of land already approved for development, saying it would be built over a longer period of time.
  19. unfunnily
    • 2009 June 5, Peter Howell, “Land of the Lost: Lost cause”, Toronto Star:
      Marshall activates the vortex with a time-travelling machine cobbled out of spare parts, including a boom box that constantly (and unfunnily) plays the soundtrack from the stage musical A Chorus Line.