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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 2009-02-07 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-02-07).

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  1. bateyes *
    • 2009, Vit Wagner, Charles Taylor Prize nominees bring history to vivid life[1]:
      Visiting the bateyes of the Dominican Republic, for example, is like unearthing a time capsule buried in the mid-19th century.
  2. blergs
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Sweet potential with a local theme[2]:
      The salty blips and service blergs can amend themselves.
  3. cicchetti *
    • 2009, Mark Bittman, Ancient dish a lucky find[3]:
      (Bacaro is the name given to a Venetian bar serving what are called cicchetti but are better known elsewhere as tapas – small plates, or snacks.)
  4. dumbdown
    • 2009, Geoff Pevere, Lincoln and Darwin: Separated at birth?[4]:
      The legacies of both men may be complex and contradictory, but you'd never know it from the drastic dumbdown to which both Darwin and Lincoln have been so persistently subjected.
  5. entraphone
    • 2009, Amy Brown-Bowers, Cutting out the 'fancy-schmancy' amenities[5]:
      Unit features include imported ceramic tiles, oversized balconies, an in-suite entraphone system, and glass French dining room doors as per plans.
  6. flygal
    • 2009, Peter Howell, Stars lining up again for McGregor[6]:
      McGregor also has significant roles in Angels & Demons, the Da Vinci Code prequel arriving in May, and in the big fall biopic Amelia, about intrepid flygal Amelia Earhart.
  7. nonconfirmation
    • 2009, Bill Carrigan, Stocks get green light when bond yield hits 3.5%[7]:
      This is (so far) a bullish nonconfirmation of these two averages attempting to post new bear market lows.
  8. panca *
    • 2009, Richard Ouzounian, Buenos Aires' a treat - mainly because of the meat[8]:
      Nestled in the trendy Palermo Hollywood neighbourhood, this Peruvian/Japanese fusion place not only has impeccable raw fish, but also some mind-blowing dishes like deep-fried octopus served with Peruvian panca peppers.
  9. potlights
    • 2009, Donna Laporte, Condo buyer makes his a double[9]:
      Above, the ceiling was dropped down and drywalled to enable the installation of a series of potlights.