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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-17 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. doble *
    • 2009 July 17, “2 dancers done”, Toronto Star:
      The pair failed to impress with their paso doble on Wednesday night, which the judges found lacking in passion.
  2. dumpsite
    • 2009 July 17, Christopher Hume, “Giant mall connected to city, yet a place apart”, Toronto Star:
      And at a time when a garbage strike has turned Toronto into a festering communal dumpsite, the connection between consumption and trash can be seen and smelled everywhere around us.
  3. dumpsites
    • 2009 July 17, Tamie Dolny, “Time to grow up and fix this mess”, Toronto Star:
      We all want the same thing: We want the city to get back to normal, with no temporary dumpsites, workers back at their jobs, and parks and other city facilities open.
  4. ibre
    • 2009 July 17, Lauran Neergaard, Toronto Star[1]:
      It actually has more potassium , ibre and even vitamin C than a banana.
  5. rainsuit
    • 2009 July 17, Dave Perkins, “No wind, no rain spells no problem”, Toronto Star:
      The climate whispered beach towel rather than rainsuit and suggestions that a 62 or 63 lurks beneath the Ailsa Course turf, waiting to be discovered, can't be true.
  6. singlehanding
    • 2009 July 17, Adam Mayers Staff reporter, “Lake Ontario a stiff test for racers”, Toronto Star:
      This is my first 300 and even though I've done a fair amount of singlehanding, I just want to see if I can do it.
  7. stickies
    • 2009 July 17, Jane Van Der Voort, “Kindness can be contagious”, Toronto Star:
      Cornthwaite gave her teenaged crew the blank stickies and asked them to jot down their own kindnesses. "