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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 2009-02-11 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-02-11).

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  1. contemporized
    • 2009 February 11, Ashante Infantry, “Chanté lives her life over on Vision's drama Soul”, Toronto Star:
      Though she has released two albums, including a 2004 self-titled debut that spawned three Top 10 songs, the 20-year-old said not until this role, which involved recording contemporized Mahalia Jackson tunes, did she feel she'd reached her vocal apex.
  2. fetophiles
    • 2009 February 11, Antonia Zerbisias, “Womb still not one's own”, Toronto Star:
      With the anti-choice fetophiles reconsidering their tactics in their quest to end the abortion "holocaust," the discourse has moved on to how impregnated, how many, how old, how married, how monied ...
  3. heartnuts
    • 2009 February 11, Kim Honey, “Say it with chocolate”, Toronto Star:
      And Anita, a big supporter of locally produced foods, spreads the love even farther by using walnuts and heartnuts from Grimo Nut Nursery in Niagara-on-the-Lake; dried cherries from Cherry Lane in Vineland, Ont.; Harmony Organic cream, Gay Lea butter and fair-trade chocolate from Loblaws; and Cocoa Camino, from La Siembra Co-op in Ottawa.
  4. octomummy
    • 2009 February 11, Antonia Zerbisias, “Womb still not one's own”, Toronto Star:
      Now, had California octomummy Suleman, the unemployed, living-on-disability, single mother of six in-vitro children, some of who are physically challenged, been not so obviously out for publicity and book deals, some very big questions would not be getting asked.
  5. pillowy
    • 2009 February 11, Josh Rubin, “Pour your Valentine a special cold one”, Toronto Star:
      The garnet-coloured brew has a pillowy, pink-tinged head, and a beautiful raspberry aroma, which also comes through in the flavour.
  6. plugger
  7. sabayon *
  8. scrambly
    • 2009 February 11, Damien Cox, “Dark night in Sunshine State for Leafs”, Toronto Star:
      The three Panther goals that erased the 4-1 Toronto lead were scrambly goals off loose pucks, but the Zednik winner was a beauty.
  9. striploins
    • 2009 February 11, Corey Mintz, “Filling seats is filling bellies”, Toronto Star:
      I think it's a far more holistic and sustainable approach than to have to offer just striploins or rib-eyes."
  10. sunsetted
    • 2009 February 11, Carol Goar, “Literacy network struggles to survive”, Toronto Star:
      They were "sunsetted," as federal officials tactfully put it, while their counterparts in the hard sciences – engineering, medicine, telecommunications, industrial design – received funding extensions.
  11. thisaway
    • 2009 February 11, Rosie DiManno, “Let's sort out Blue Box confusion”, Toronto Star:
      And the process of delivering this valuable trash to China – or South Korea, in the case of our "polycoat" milk and juice cartons – which involves trans-Canada shipment to Vancouver, then freight shipment across the Pacific, doesn't measure the whole exercise's "carbon footprint," the pollutant cost to the environment of sending garbage thataway that will likely come back thisaway as recycled products and packaging.