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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-28 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. enjoyedscuba
    • 2009 July 28, “Can Nicolas Sarkozy handle the pressure?”, Toronto Star:
      Canada's most athletic prime minister would be Pierre Elliott Trudeau, who had a brown belt in judo, practised yoga and enjoyedscuba diving, skiing, swimming, canoeing and dancing.
  2. gasinto
  3. insistance
    • 2009 July 28, “Iran vs. the media”, Toronto Star:
      But there are also suspicions that the hardline clerical regime isn't even fooling itself with its insistance that Westerners are the cause of its woes.
  4. manoeuvrable
    • 2009 July 28, Matt Richtel, “Texting's a wheel disaster”, Toronto Star:
      The researchers said that even though trucks take longer to stop and are less manoeuvrable than cars, the findings apply generally to all drivers, who tend to behave much like the truckers studied.
  5. peameal
  6. revaluate
    • 2009 July 28, BARRY WILNER, “NFL reinstates dogfighting bad boy Vick”, Toronto Star:
      "As you can imagine, the last two years have given me time to revaluate my life, mature as an individual and fully understand the terrible mistakes I have made in the past and what type of life I must lead moving forward," he said.
  7. shakerful
  8. sludges
    • 2009 July 28, Paul Watson, “The Arctic's tiny 'canary in a coal mine'”, Toronto Star:
      "They're actually very pretty to look at," she said, after filling more jars with mushy sludges of sea life that looked like frozen margaritas.