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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-04 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-04).

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39142 tokens ‧ 19 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 19 types ‧ 17 (~ 89.474%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-10-04[edit]

  1. adjuvanted
    • 2009 October 4, Noor Javed, Toronto Star[1]:
      The adjuvanted vaccine will be available to everyone, and will start with those who will benefit the most from the vaccine, including health care workers and those with underlying chronic illnesses.
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  2. ambulans *
    • 2009 October 3, Adrian Morrow, “Teacher facing sex charge commits suicide”, Toronto Star:
      "I don't know which was funnier: when he made up the "Senex Salvius fundum habebat" song to the tune of "Old McDonald" on the spot or "domus ambulans" as the Latin word for RV. What a character!" wrote one.
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  3. bussin *
  4. capades
    • 2009 October 4, “TV tonight: Five worth watching”, Toronto Star:
      Nice capades: In a better world we'd see figure skaters learn how to fight, but count your blessings and watch hockey enforcers like Tie Domi and Bob Probert try to skate gracefully, for once, on the debut of CBC's Battle of the Blades.
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  5. cointreau
    • 2009 October 4, Jack Batten, “An Irish Sam Spade suffers a mite much”, Toronto Star:
      Finally at Jackie's mansion, he learns background details about the jockey, drinks sidecars (brandy, cointreau, lime juice) and nods off.
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  6. dissolvement
    • 2009 October 4, Ashante Infantry, “Free to do her thing”, Toronto Star:
      The disc is Arden's first collection of original material since sorting out business woes that resulted in the dissolvement of her management company.
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  7. domus *
    • 2009 October 3, Adrian Morrow, “Teacher facing sex charge commits suicide”, Toronto Star:
      "I don't know which was funnier: when he made up the "Senex Salvius fundum habebat" song to the tune of "Old McDonald" on the spot or "domus ambulans" as the Latin word for RV. What a character!" wrote one.
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  8. froing
    • 2009 October 4, Toronto Star[2]:
      "Children have to be able to endure the toing and froing that can be disruptive if they go to school.
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  9. fundum
    • 2009 October 3, Adrian Morrow, “Teacher facing sex charge commits suicide”, Toronto Star:
      "I don't know which was funnier: when he made up the "Senex Salvius fundum habebat" song to the tune of "Old McDonald" on the spot or "domus ambulans" as the Latin word for RV. What a character!" wrote one.
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  10. habebat
    • 2009 October 3, Adrian Morrow, “Teacher facing sex charge commits suicide”, Toronto Star:
      "I don't know which was funnier: when he made up the "Senex Salvius fundum habebat" song to the tune of "Old McDonald" on the spot or "domus ambulans" as the Latin word for RV. What a character!" wrote one.
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  11. loverboy
    • 2009 October 4, Malene Arpe, “Off the rack: Entertainment”, Toronto Star:
      Biel no doubt responds by using terrifyingly powerful arms and shoulders to snap loverboy in two.
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  12. loy
  13. oilsands
  14. recepients
    • 2009 October 4, “Foreign aid has its problems”, Toronto Star:
      The recepients have different needs and their states of economic, cultural and technical development are different.
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  15. toing
    • 2009 October 4, Toronto Star[3]:
      "Children have to be able to endure the toing and froing that can be disruptive if they go to school.
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  16. unreassurable
  17. zonkedness

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