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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-01-31 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-01-31).

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  1. borsetti
    • 2009, Shoestring Shopping Guide[1]:
      Italian sausage and spinach, or jumbo borsetti stuffed with artichoke and Asiago cheese are also available.
  2. chicklit
    • 2009, Geoff Pevere, Food for plot[2]:
      These are the kind of books – The Da Vinci Code springs to mind – that are written in the breezy, breathlessly pulpy style of so much standard megaplex fare: thrillers, fantasies, horror novels or romantic comedy chicklit.
  3. invisibles *
    • 2009, Colin and Justin, Colin and Justin: Raspberries and cream a yummy duo:
      Tip: When doing the math, remember to factor in the "invisibles" such as fitting costs and underlay, if appropriate.
  4. kidland
    • 2009, Sarah Barmak, Worshipping an occasionally bloody game - table hockey[3]:
      For members of the Toronto league, playing Stiga seems to be a trip back to kidland.
  5. pictoralism
    • 2009, Peter Goddard, McMichael buys into Karsh brand[4]:
      Yet he was a pioneer of sorts, an early modernist jettisoning Victorian pictoralism for the sort of crisply lit faces then found in films.
  6. prefamiliarity
    • 2009, Geoff Pevere, Food for plot[5]:
      If the adapting of classic literary titles offers the benefit of prefamiliarity – not to mention a certain snooty high-mindedness – there's also the matter of structure.