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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 2009-04-01 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-04-01).

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  1. debrezini
    • 2009, Forget the match - just go to eat[1]:
      The chicken and shitake mushroom sausage takes over the Sideline barbecues, although the old standby, the debrezini, is still available at concession stands.
  2. fightclub
    • 2009, Ashante Infantry, Metric jumps the gun on album release[2]:
      The highlights include "Stadium Love," an apocalyptic fightclub anthem in which angels and owls square off against eels and doves, respectively; the aspirational "Gimme Sympathy," which asks "After this is gone/Who'd you rather be: The Beatles or The Rolling Stones?" and "Satellite Mind," which captures the dark clouds that threaten the album's dreamy, upbeat vibe with lines like "I'm not suicidal/I just can't get out of bed."
  3. plugger (missing sense?)
    • 2009, Kevin McGran, Just don't expect the foil[3]:
      As a player, Hanson is about as far as possible from the celluloid goon his father portrayed, or the plugger his father was in those years toiling mostly in the minors, with 33 NHL games to his credit.