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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-23 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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  1. amblances
    • 2009 June 23, “Visitors reflect on our fair city”, Toronto Star:
      Then, on the way home, the highway was blocked by police, fire trucks and amblances due to a smashed vehicle.
  2. benfit
    • 2009 June 23, Toronto Star[1]:
      The University of Toronto dental student, who just completed her first year, is working to raise $2 million over four years to benfit Mount Sinai's Dental Program for Persons with Disabilities.
  3. boobage
  4. braintrust
    • 2009 June 23, Doug Smith, “Raptors rolling the dice at draft”, Toronto Star:
      Every day, they meet and sit and chat and digest the vagaries of this week's NBA draft, Raptors general manager Bryan Colangelo and his braintrust trying to get a grip on something as elusive as the thoughts of others.
  5. clankers
    • 2009 June 23, Peter Howell, “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: A robot rumpus”, Toronto Star:
      The relatively modest (by Bay standards) battle of the first Transformers has been expanded into an all-out robot rumpus, with many more locations and a cast of clankers that will likely befuddle anyone who doesn't have a propeller attached to his beanie.
  6. cyberslap
    • 2009 June 23, Raveena Aulakh, “Perez vs. the Peas a Web boom boom pow”, Toronto Star:
      Elsewhere online, in a cyberslap delivered by either Hilton or the Peas, ads for Black Eyed Peas songs disappeared from a website that gets up to eight million hits a day, making the blogger one of the most powerful voices in show business.
  7. earthling *
    • 2009 June 23, Peter Howell, “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: A robot rumpus”, Toronto Star:
      Optimus is still trying to convince his erstwhile earthling pal Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) to assist him in saving the universe, but Sam has other things on his mind: he's heading East to attend college and he's trying to get up the nerve to tell his girlfriend Mikaela Banes (Megan Fox) that he loves her.
  8. examen *
    • 2009 June 23, Katherine Barber, “Weigh of thinking”, Toronto Star:
      High school students are facing their year-end "evaluations," formerly known as "exams," a word derived from the Latin examen (the pointer on a pair of scales).
  9. examinare *
    • 2009 June 23, Katherine Barber, “Weigh of thinking”, Toronto Star:
      From this came the verb examinare, meaning "weigh accurately in a balance."
  10. iranelection
  11. iranvote
  12. microcephalicy
    • 2009 June 23, Toronto Star[2]:
      In her case, it is microcephalicy, a neurodevelopmental disorder in which the circumference of the head is smaller than normal because the brain has not developed properly.
  13. poplularity
    • 2009 June 23, MORGAN CAMPBELL, “Sizzling Scutaro hears all-star buzz”, Toronto Star:
      "The starters are a poplularity contest, but after that you've got to vote for the guys that are doing the best that year," he said. "
  14. presidentialization
    • 2009 June 23, Susan Delacourt, “Pack journalism is media style in Ottawa”, Toronto Star:
      John Crysler is pursuing his doctorate in political studies at Carleton University, looking at the "presidentialization" of the role of prime minister.
  15. sicles