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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-21 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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49364 tokens ‧ 36337 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6285 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.207%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bumpouts
  2. extro *
  3. germaphobic
  4. knighthooded
    • 2009 August 21, Raf Casert, “Usain Bolt positively electrifying”, Toronto Star:
      "If Queen Elizabeth knighthooded me and I would get the title Sir Usain Bolt, that would be very nice," Bolt said.
  5. legwear
    • 2009 August 21, Lisa Orkin Emmanuel, “Michelle Obama sharing too much skinformation?”, Toronto Star:
      "Get a grip folks these aren't `Daisy Duke' shorts," echoed John Johnson of Dover, Ohio, referring to the skimpy legwear worn by a character in The Dukes of Hazzard.
  6. mcg
  7. nabe
  8. pilcher
    • 2009 August 21, Jim Coyle, “Rookie MPP always angling for a challenge”, Toronto Star:
      On family holidays, from a boat or pier, she'd fish with her brother, baiting hooks with worms or minnows, catching white grunt or silver perch or pilcher or whatever else was running.
  9. salegy
  10. slumdogs
    • 2009 August 21, Emily Wax, “Life after Slumdog”, Toronto Star:
      Normal for slumdogs, that is, since the government bulldozed their illegal tin-roofed shanties in a scene that seemed straight out of the gritty film.
  11. sphairistike
    • 2009 August 21, Katherine Barber, “Say it: Sphairistike, anyone?”, Toronto Star:
      In 1873, a version of the game played outdoors on a lawn was invented, and dubbed with the unwieldy faux Greek name "sphairistike."
  12. thermo
  13. yesteryday
    • 2009 August 21, “Sub sails again”, Toronto Star:
      Authorities said yesteryday that Phil Spector does not fear for his safety in prison despite a letter that he recently wrote to a friend saying he felt in danger and wanted to be moved to a "better" facility.