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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-02 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-02).

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51750 tokens ‧ 13 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 13 types ‧ 11 (~ 84.615%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. amours *
    • 2009 October 2, Peter Howell, “Coco Avant Chanel: Tautou channels designer's resolve”, Toronto Star:
      It could almost be viewed as a prequel to Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky, which tracks the icon's middle years and amours, and to Coco Chanel, the TV movie starring Shirley MacLaine about Chanel's final hurrah.
  2. ardipithecus
    • 2009 October 2, Joseph Hall, “Theory of evolution goes through revolution”, Toronto Star:
      Scientists say a 4.4-million-year-old fossil called Ardi – short for ardipithecus ramidus – is descended from the "missing link," or the last common ancestor between humans and apes.
  3. backgrounding
    • 2009 October 2, Peter Howell, “Capitalism: A Love Story: Moore takes on greed”, Toronto Star:
      Moore also does a first-rate job in backgrounding and explaining the crisis and such Byzantine concepts as credit derivatives that elude even Harvard economic professors.
  4. barbequed
    • 2009 October 2, Damien Cox, “Leafs: A work in progress”, Toronto Star:
      He found himself beaten to the puck on the first Montreal goal and barbequed by Mike Cammalleri in OT on the sequence that resulted in Josh Gorges' winner.
  5. glamourize
    • 2009 October 2, Raju Mudhar, “Club dilemma: Watch or drink?”, Toronto Star:
      O ne of the most interesting things about Friday's Clubland documentary (airing at 8 p.m. on Global's Currents) is that it manages to both glamourize and demonize this city's embattled Entertainment District.
  6. homeside
    • 2009 October 2, Rosie DiManno, “Hard-hitter plays it soft off-ice”, Toronto Star:
      Instead, it was homeside toughie Colton Orr who squared off with Georges Laraque off first-period bang-bang, a stagy affair.
  7. incivilities
  8. onemethod
    • 2009 October 2, Chris Young, “Bosh ready for his close-up”, Toronto Star:
      This was a way of telling his story via the tattoo, which he designed and found the artist for, and says something about him," said Amin Todai of multimedia company onemethod, which also designed Bosh's iPhone application, all of it part of his Warner Brothers deal announced last June.
  9. overskated
    • 2009 October 2, Damien Cox, “Leafs: A work in progress”, Toronto Star:
      Francois Beauchemin overskated puck on Montreal's first goal.
  10. semideciduous
    • 2009 October 2, Joseph Hall, “Theory of evolution goes through revolution”, Toronto Star:
      While the area is now desert, it was semideciduous woodland when the creature lived, says Kathlyn Stewart, a scientist with Ottawa's Canadian Museum of Nature, who collaborated on one of these papers.
  11. streetstyle