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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 2009-02-28 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-02-28).

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148412 tokens ‧ 108967 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 11640 types ‧ 73 (~ 0.627%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. crikeys
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, White Squirrel is a worthy creature[1]:
      But through a series of "crikeys" and "struths," I piece it together.
  2. deflectionist
    • 2009, Joel Rubinoff, Dr. Phil's no match for mommy[2]:
      But like a cagier version of the former U.S. president, Nadya Suleman – in the first of two taped interviews this week – proved a formidable foe, a smooth-talking deflectionist who, like Muhammad Ali in his prime, dodged her interrogator's intrusive verbal assaults with a mix of evasiveness, obfuscation and disarming inscrutability.
  3. fabriques *
    • 2009, Andrew Chung, Quebec's churches need miracle[3]:
      The province also launched a program to help parish administrative councils, or fabriques, pay for 70 per cent of the costs of keeping the churches standing, but only for those built before 1945.
  4. homeside
    • 2009, Mary Ormsby, Culture of violence in hockey has a long and tarnished record[4]:
      On March 4, 1953, the homeside Collingwood Greenshirts were clobbering the Aurora Bears 8-2.
  5. mezza *
    • 2009, Paul McGeough, The plot to kill Hamas[5]:
      Hussein led them to a sheltered terrace off his study, where a table was spread with mezza dishes, a kebab platter, and lots of flatbread.
  6. mirarti
    • 2009, John Terauds, No rest for the gifted[6]: : A performance of "Ah, nun credea mirarti" from Vincenzo Bellini's La Sonnambula on YouTube.
  7. mushroomery
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Sip into something more comfortable[7]:
      Multiple levels of mushroomery fill the bowl, part purée/part chunky, with wild rice to fill out the texture.
  8. pappa *
    • 2009, Nancy J. White, Family means the world to us[8]:
      For months after my precious mamma died in 1993, I would find my heartbroken Sicilian pappa endlessly crying.
  9. schmatta
    • 2009, Rita Zekas, DecoRita visits West Elm[9]:
      And it had to be out of the ballpark since our friends are in the schmatta business, supplying accessories to major retailers in the U.S.
  10. souptarium
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Sip into something more comfortable[10]:
      When I'm sick, too sick to cook, I'll crawl to the local souptarium and lug home a 48-hour supply.
  11. struths
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, White Squirrel is a worthy creature[11]:
      But through a series of "crikeys" and "struths," I piece it together.