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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-25 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-25).

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43882 tokens ‧ 32047 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5727 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.332%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bandshell
  2. flumazenil
  3. furacane
    • 2009 August 25, Katherine Barber, “Is it a social gathering or tropical storm?”, Toronto Star:
      Until the spelling finally settled down as "hurricane" in English in the 1680s, there were about 30 different spellings, the most common being "furacane."
  4. iurists
    • 2009 August 25, “Testing older judges problematic”, Toronto Star:
      False health concerns were used in the Soviet Union and are still used in China today to remove politically independent-minded iurists.
  5. lorazepam
  6. nighters
  7. perhap
    • 2009 August 25, Rob Salem, “So You Think You Can Dance Canada steps up its game”, Toronto Star:
      Not to mention the fact that this second Canadian season is bookended by not one but two American Dances, doubled up with a supplementary season on Fox (and here on the same network, CTV) as a reward for exponentially increasing ratings, which will perhap even eventually elevate into American Idol territory.
  8. preplanners
    • 2009 August 25, Carola Vyhnak, “Leaving no mark when your time comes”, Toronto Star:
      Typical clients for green funerals are preplanners over 50 who have been environmentally conscious for years, he says.
  9. signoff
    • 2009 August 24, Vanessa Lu, “Island airport tunnel by 2011?”, Toronto Star:
      McQueen said the port authority would not need signoff from the city to build the tunnel, saying it's permitted under the existing three-government agreement that governs the airport.
  10. stepdance
    • 2009 August 25, Rob Salem, “So You Think You Can Dance Canada steps up its game”, Toronto Star:
      As an added note, I was delighted to see a stronger representation of indigenous Canadian choreography throughout the auditions, from traditional native forms to Celtic stepdance.
  11. unprofessionalism
    • 2009 August 25, “Calley and the Lockerbie bomber”, Toronto Star:
      While the release of the dying Abdel Baset al-Megrahi might have more to do with Libya's oil than with the terrorist's terminal illness, FBI Director Robert Mueller's emotional diatribe against the judge who granted the release was the height of unprofessionalism.