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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-09 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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53616 tokens ‧ 38789 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6449 types ‧ 11 (~ 0.171%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. artificats
    • 2009 July 9, “Indy watch”, Toronto Star:
      An exhibition of artificats from King Tut's tomb entitled "Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs" will be on display at the AGO from Nov. 24, 2009, to April 18, 2010.
  2. definites
  3. eurodollars
    • 2009 July 9, Marta Falconi, “Leaders to go home with gifts of gold”, Toronto Star:
      The coins, made by Belgian Luc Luycx, are called "eurodollars," in a symbolic call for a common currency to unite Europe and the United States.
  4. homeowning
  5. offcers
    • 2009 July 9, “City walkout: Day 18”, Toronto Star:
      More than half-a-dozen security offcers guarded the doors.
  6. plainclothed
    • 2009 July 9, Diaa Hadid, “Women in Gaza face Hamas crackdown”, Toronto Star:
      On that evening she wore jeans and a T-shirt dress considered provocative in Gaza's conservative society and which could have easily attracted the attention of the plainclothed Hamas vice police who patrol the beaches.
  7. runtiest
    • 2009 July 9, “Fringe review: Weaverville Waltz”, Toronto Star:
      It's a sweet, sad and funny story about his teen years in Weaverville (population 2,003) a little town in northern California where the runtiest kid in the history of Trinity High somehow caught the attention of Cheryl Davie, the head cheerleader.
  8. slotback
    • 2009 July 9, Chris Zelkovich, “This week in the CFL”, Toronto Star:
      Can S.J. Green, who was cut before the season started, be an adequate replacement for injured slotback Jamel Richardson?
  9. struction
    • 2009 July 9, “Hot Box: TV worth talking about”, Toronto Star:
      struction" tour, which was interrupted in March when Williams, 57, had an aortic valve replacement.
  10. surrended
    • 2009 July 9, Chris Zelkovich, “This week in the CFL”, Toronto Star:
      The defence recorded six sacks and looked vastly improved over the porous unit that finished last in points surrended in 2008.
  11. vassup
    • 2009 July 9, Jason Anderson, “Et tu, Brno?”, Toronto Star:
      Instead, we get a Borat-like quest of discovery across America, where the character encounters many people too trusting or too stupid to spot the put-on, as well as others who seem to be well aware of "vassup!"