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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-22 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. antiboise *
  2. cabinmates
  3. homebred
    • 2009 July 22, Chris Young, “Top golf amateurs Taylor, Hill flying the flag”, Toronto Star:
      Canada has produced world-class amateurs in the past, but no other Canadian Open has featured two homebred amateurs carrying these kind of glittering CV's: The west-coast product Taylor, ranked No.1 in the Royal & Ancient's global reckonings, and Hill, from Weir's home town, right behind him in second spot.
  4. miscommunicated
    • 2009 July 22, Robert Cribb, “Food safety report leaves many questions”, Toronto Star:
      The result: 57 recommendations for improving a food safety system that allowed listeria buried inside a meat slicer in a Toronto-area Maple Leaf plant to reach nursing homes and stores, gradually claiming lives as officials miscommunicated, waited for crucial test results to travel across the country and prevaricated about the number of inspectors on the job in Canadian food plants.
  5. spiderlings
    • 2009 July 22, Joseph Hall, “Poisonous spider extends her web to GTA”, Toronto Star:
      Since widow "spiderlings" leave home by spinning a sail-like web and throwing themselves to the winds, they could land anywhere even in the city.
  6. stealthing
  7. supercop
    • 2009 July 22, Jeannine Aversa, “Bernanke takes heat for Fed's `mistakes'”, Toronto Star:
      Letting the Fed become the financial supercop would be "just inviting a false sense of security" that would be shattered at taxpayers' expense, he warned.