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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-14 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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45646 tokens ‧ 33248 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6155 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.26%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. achingmemory
    • 2009 June 14, “Ben Rayner's reasons to live”, Toronto Star:
      This is a conceptually perfect break-up record, all achingmemory and empty, haunted hallways, and moments like the sadder-than-sad "Let It Last" and the wearily bitter "Never Lonely" ring so true to life that they can be a bit unmanning in the wrong mood.
  2. aint *
  3. askin *
  4. burnup
  5. daaaang
  6. ddub
  7. jongg
    • 2009 June 14, Murray Whyte, “Will politics wreck Wrecking Ball?”, Toronto Star:
      At the centre of all this is Katz's work, a gentle exploration of the layers of multi-ethnic immigrant history in Kensington Market, played out on the market's streets in performance and, in one notably warm-fuzzy intervention, a game of mah jongg between members of a Jewish seniors' centre and a class of Grade 8 students at a nearby school.
  8. longball
    • 2009 June 14, RICHARD GRIFFIN, “Janssen struggles as Marlins take another”, Toronto Star:
      Wells, in the three hole, extended his streak of at-bats without a home run to 134, the longest longball drought of his career.
  9. muahahahha
  10. playdowns
    • 2009 June 14, Dave Feschuk, “Howard criticized for light-hearted attitude”, Toronto Star:
      Perhaps it's because the Lakers are only a year removed from losing the final to the Boston Celtics, this after decimating the competition in the Western Conference playdowns and swaggering into the championship series as the heavy favourites.
  11. punchouts
    • 2009 June 14, Geoff Pevere, “The word according to Keith”, Toronto Star:
      He's survived fires (at least three), walked away from car crashes (perhaps a half-dozen), punchouts by idol Chuck Berry (two), police busts (at least a dozen) and various falls from coconut trees and library ladders (one each).
  12. recklesss
  13. tryin
  14. turbulance
  15. twitt
    • 2009 June 14, Garth Woolsey, “Small wonder pitchers wind up on the DL”, Toronto Star:
      The entire twitt world and media outlets got punked, that was my twitt joke from yesterday, they follow I'll have fun with it," he later gloated.
  16. undescended