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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-16 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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36582 tokens ‧ 26886 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5191 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.25%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-16[edit]

  1. consensualist
  2. downits
    • 2009 August 16, “TV tonight: Five worth watching”, Toronto Star:
      The crew faces their first major crisis when the ship inexplicably begins to shut downits operating systems, causing the sudden failure of power, heat and gravity controls and plunging everyone aboard into chaos.
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  3. dumpsite
    • 2009 August 16, “Ted Reeve area has a case”, Toronto Star:
      Where else in Toronto other than perhaps Christie Pits was a dumpsite set up barely 10 metres from residents' front doors?
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  4. dumpsites
  5. engirdled
  6. ewww *
  7. femocracy
  8. greenheads
    • 2009 August 16, David Olive, “The era of big government already in retreat”, Toronto Star:
      Of the seven million North Americans suddenly laid off after an abrupt global credit freeze triggered by a few reckless greenheads in New York.
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  9. nonresemblers
  10. rom *
    • '2009 August 16, ROB SALEM, “Cad Men”, Toronto Star:
      Even dapper Cary Grant was capable of cad-hood, notably dogging virgin queen Doris Day in 1962's That Touch of Mink briefly supplanting her pursuing paramour of record, Rock Hudson, in several memorable if one-sided rom coms, including the Madison Avenue-set Lover Come Back, a virtual template for Mad Mens Don Draper.
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  11. sonicbids
    • 2009 August 16, Bruce DeMara, “Band of brothers sing border blues”, Toronto Star:
      The website sonicbids, which posts gigs and tour slots for musicians, recently put up for tender a slot preceding the reunited, multi-platinum band last Tuesday at the Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Centre in New York on Tuesday night.
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  12. takenbefore
    • 2009 August 16, Bruce DeMara, “Band of brothers sing border blues”, Toronto Star:
      But LiveNation, the event promoter that selected them, neglected to ensure they had the necessary paperwork a P1 visa and the brothers spent more than three hours being interviewed, fingerprinted and having their mug-shots takenbefore being turned back.
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  13. turmoils
    • 2009 August 16, Garth Woolsey, “Eagles fans might forgive for Vick-tories”, Toronto Star:
      UP: Far from being distracted by trade rumours and his team's turmoils, Roy Halladay continues to deliver in the personification of professionalism.
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