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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-11 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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87639 tokens ‧ 64760 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9243 types ‧ 44 (~ 0.476%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-07-11[edit]

  1. accidenatally
    • 2009 July 11, Jack Lakey, “Benign-looking curbside berries could be a danger”, Toronto Star:
      We searched bittersweet nightshade on the Internet and came up with the following information: "It is poisonous and has caused loss of livestock and pet poisoning and has caused death in children who accidenatally picked the berries."
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  2. bastilla
  3. bfast
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[1]:
      No complaints about bfast, mid-a.m. snack and lunch, but sick of cooking by the time the shrimp cocktail is supposed to arrive.
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  4. blighty *
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[2]:
      We were, after all, still in blighty back then.
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  5. breastfeeder
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[3]:
      Lily, a blossoming 20 pounds and still a frequent breastfeeder, seems to relish the experience.
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  6. chainlink
  7. cleome
    • 2009 July 11, liz Primeau, “Blooms with a view”, Toronto Star:
      It's immense giant rectangular and circular beds set into vast lawns and packed (when I saw them) with magenta cleome, cobalt salvia and orange marigolds, solid colour patches the size of two football fields.
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  8. compostables
    • 2009 July 11, “More reader comment on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      Newspapers, aluminium cans, glass jars and bottles, plastic containers, garden refuse and a host of other compostables are making there way into the temporary sites.
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  9. cranapple
  10. deconstructivist
    • 2009 July 11, Christopher Hume, “Modernity enhances antiquity”, Toronto Star:
      As Tschumi makes clear in an interview, this is no empty deconstructivist gesture, but the result of aligning the gallery with the Parthenon on the hill above.
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  11. dias
    • 2009 July 11, Nicolaas van Rijn, “Photo of Obama's glance creates buzz”, Toronto Star:
      The videos clearly show U.S. President Barack Obama turning to his right to help the junior American delegate, Emmanuella Louidsor, 17 (standing behind him in glasses and V-neck sweater), down a step on the dias.
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  12. dieffenbachia
    • 2009 July 11, Leslie Scrivener, “When plants attack!”, Toronto Star:
      The nurses there often get calls about rhubarb leaves (they contain oxalic acid, which, if ingested, causes weakness, breathing difficulty and gastrointestinal problems), about the houseplant dieffenbachia (its sap can cause loss of speaking ability and even death), and about teenagers strung out on jimson weed.
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  13. digesters
  14. donttrythis
  15. dumpsite
    • 2009 July 11, “More reader comment on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      The towering mound of garbage bags in the temporary dumpsite located in the parkette adjacent to Mayor David Miller's west end Toronto home collapsed this morning, burying Miller's bicycle and threatening the solar panel array on his former garage.
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  16. dumpsites
    • 2009 July 11, Jesse McLean, “Strike tactics nastier, wait times longer”, Toronto Star:
      On Thursday afternoon, the union instituted a minimum 15-minute wait time and three-bag limit per vehicle at dumpsites across the city.
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  17. edens
    • 2009 July 11, Leslie Scrivener, “When plants attack!”, Toronto Star:
      Some of the most beloved and innocent plants in our own personal edens are villains at their core lily of the valley, the sweetly perfumed harbinger of spring, and foxglove, the purple trumpets of July, are both toxic.
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  18. fudget
    • 2009 July 11, “Fudget budgets leave us the bill”, Toronto Star:
      The real federal budget numbers are double the Harper government's most recent claims but in line with an unprecedented series of federal fudget budgets.
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  19. greenbankseagrave
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[4]:
      Preview and a list of gardens, see greenbankseagrave .50webs.com/Tour2009/
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  20. harira
    • 2009 July 11, Corey Mintz, “Africa beckons on the Danforth”, Toronto Star:
      The heaviness of harira ($4), a soup thickened with partially pured lentils and chickpeas, has more appeal as a winter dish.
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  21. interlined
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[5]:
      We lined basic man-made pale gold fabric with bargain basement heavy gauge cotton to give a bulky interlined effect.
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  22. jimson
    • 2009 July 11, Leslie Scrivener, “When plants attack!”, Toronto Star:
      The nurses there often get calls about rhubarb leaves (they contain oxalic acid, which, if ingested, causes weakness, breathing difficulty and gastrointestinal problems), about the houseplant dieffenbachia (its sap can cause loss of speaking ability and even death), and about teenagers strung out on jimson weed.
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  23. kasbah
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[6]:
      - Moroccan touch rocks the kasbah - Presto!
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  24. koobideh
  25. mesmorizing
  26. mortages
    • 2009 July 11, Tracy Hanes, Toronto Star[7]:
      As it is, households are funding up to $5.1 billion a year of public infrastructure a year in Canada through mortages, according to an Altus Group Economic Consulting report released in March, prepared for the Canadian Home Builders' Association.
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  27. negociations
  28. nichehood
  29. papier *
  30. posionous
    • 2009 July 11, Jack Lakey, “Benign-looking curbside berries could be a danger”, Toronto Star:
      Sherk said the berries of bittersweet nightshade are "extremely posionous," adding he tries to pull it out when he sees it, but there's too much in the hedge for him to tackle.
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  31. recyclabe
    • 2009 July 11, “More reader comment on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      If the companies we buy products from made their packaging from recyclabe materials or used less packaging, there would be less for consumers to throw out and less garbage.
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  32. regroom
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[8]:
      By high school, our reputations (for better or for worse) preceded us and we were regularly called upon to colourfully regroom the bedrooms of many of our co-students.
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  33. sheepiness
  34. sims
    • 2009 July 11, Darren Zenko, “U.K. pair turn time into romp”, Toronto Star:
      But shooters, sims and real-time strategy games ascended as the industry grew and mouseless home consoles made the genre's mechanics awkward.
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  35. staghorns
    • 2009 July 10, Christopher Johnson, “Palau is a blaze of brilliant colours”, Toronto Star:
      Beds of brain coral, named after Einstein and other thinkers, seem to emit electric waves, while staghorns resemble a herd of caribou, and metre-wide clams with tiger-striped lips appear ready to swallow men whole.
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  36. starchitecture
    • 2009 July 11, Christopher Hume, “Modernity enhances antiquity”, Toronto Star:
      It is thoroughly 21st-century, but it is not starchitecture, or anything like it.
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  37. taggable
    • 2009 July 11, “More reader comment on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      But from what I see on the news, people are taking advantage and throwing out all the extra that is now "taggable."
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  38. theologizing
    • 2009 July 11, “What would Mary think about it?”, Toronto Star:
      Perhaps all leaders of the Roman Catholic Church should be wondering what it was about their theologizing of a historical Jewish woman that turned her into a galvanizing icon cum universal Rorschach blob.
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  39. toiles *
    • 2009 July 11, Toronto Star[9]:
      Every few years, a new generation discovers and falls in love with beautifully detailed toiles or the streamlined perfection of a Georg Jensen candlestick.
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  40. transformatively
    • 2009 July 10, Murray Whyte, “The Century So Far: Visual Arts”, Toronto Star:
      Of course, we werent above a little Canadian bias, but Dzama is more than justifiable, and Janet Cardiff's 40 Part Motet was the most accessible, emotional, transformatively gorgeous work of Canadian art we had experienced in years.
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  41. voyageurs *
  42. wassoulou
    • 2009 July 11, “Last-minute ideas for a Saturday in the city”, Toronto Star:
      Out of Africa You may not be able to pronounce their names correctly, but the performers at the 21st edition of Afrofest Malian "wassoulou" singer Oumou Sangar; Toronto's Kemer Yusuf, now one of Ethiopia's top pop stars; and local reggae act Kwesi Selassie, among others represent one of the most eclectic and intriguing musical lineups at any cultural festival this summer.
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  43. wilfull
    • 2009 July 11, “More reader comment on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      Quit your belly-aching and get back to work before the public demands the right to sue unions for breach of contract, wilfull public endangerment and criminal negligence.
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  44. zaalook

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