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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-16 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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57331 tokens ‧ 40496 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6426 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.249%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. beaders
    • 2009 July 16, Bernadette Morra, “Crafty ladies hip to the bead”, Toronto Star:
      It was at a Bead Junction workshop that Goodis learned the technique for the fringed necklace that she has riffed on with her own palette and sensibility that being typical of beaders who will master a technique, then run with it.
  2. bedframe
    • 2009 July 15, Jim Byers, “Off the rack: July Travel mags”, Toronto Star:
      And we mean covered; the sheets, the bedframe, the floor, the mini-fridge, the ceiling, the coffeepot, the whole kit and caboodle.
  3. cokery
  4. crosscanada
  5. delayable
    • 2009 July 16, Dana Flavelle, “Bling losing its lustre”, Toronto Star:
      "Jewellery is probably one of the most discretionary, delayable purchases there is except for your Sweet 16th or your 25th anniversary where you've got to cough up something," said John Williams of the Toronto-based retail-consulting firm J.C. Williams Group.
  6. delica
    • 2009 July 16, Bernadette Morra, “Crafty ladies hip to the bead”, Toronto Star:
      And if Goodis doesn't have a bead she thinks will work in a particular spot, she'll make her own, forming miniature cylinders from tubular Japanese delica beads.
  7. doccer
  8. dumpsite
  9. nae *
  10. omnisexual
    • 2009 July 16, Jill Lawless, “Aliens first, relationships later”, Toronto Star:
      Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), an immortal, omnisexual adventurer with a cheeky grin and a World War II military overcoat.
  11. poperatic
  12. slotback
    • 2009 July 16, Daniel Girard, “Argos' Talbot set to face Stamps”, Toronto Star:
      In between lining up for plays with the Toronto Argonauts offence yesterday, slotback Andre Talbot spent some time off in the corner of the practice field hitting the blocking sled and running sprints.
  13. suitings
    • 2009 July 16, “Survivors of retail”, Toronto Star:
      Today, the boutique is a stalwart when it comes to tailored European suitings.
  14. triathalon
  15. vive *
    • 2009 July 16, Dave Perkins, “The front nine: Players to watch at Turnberry”, Toronto Star:
      There's often a French guy hanging around, though (vive Vande Velde!) and Levet, who always looks like he could be Opie Taylor's little brother, is a good thrill ride at 175-1.
  16. yippy