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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 2009-04-11 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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71327 tokens ‧ 52026 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7960 types ‧ 37 (~ 0.465%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. armourplates
    • 2009, Rosie DiManno, Flocks fill Little Italy to see Jesus[1]:
      There were 174 costumed characters in the procession, youngsters from local schools, teens and elderly who have changed into their tunics and centurion armourplates in the church basement.
  2. beadology
    • 2009, Patty Winsa, (Please provide the book title or journal name)[2]:
      But the students can choose from an after-lunch menu that includes Irish dancing, music IQ, beadology, basketball and Artstart.
  3. butanding
    • 2009, Christl Dabu, Face to face with a gentle giant[3]:
      The butanding wasn't always an appreciated star in Donsol.
  4. capicolla
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Eating like a kid, grown-up style[4]:
      It was capicolla and provolone."
  5. dillis
    • 2009, Christl Dabu, Face to face with a gentle giant[5]:
      "They don't bite," Briones reassures us, explaining that whale sharks crave plankton, krill and small fishes such as dillis and squids. "
  6. gaybashings
    • 2009, Julia Steinecke, Free-spirited Vancouver's gay by nature[6]:
      A bigger issue now is a string of recent alleged gaybashings in and around the village.
  7. grillo *
    • 2009, Gord Stimmell, Distinctive whites show their country roots[7]:
      The grillo, a Sicilian white variety, and the Riscal verdejo, below, are whites that rise above their status and step proudly into the critical limelight.
  8. hydroscopic
    • 2009, Kathy Flaxman, (Please provide the book title or journal name)[8]:
      Because straw and plaster are hydroscopic, any water that gets in is evenly distributed.
  9. meyer
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Eating like a kid, grown-up style[9]:
      As she dips into a mascarpone mousse topped with preserved meyer lemon and cantaloupe ($12), she declares that this is the best restaurant ever.
  10. nightwalking
    • 2009, Darren Zenko, Buy new title to unwrap an old classic[10]:
      What made the whole thing work, though, was Vin Diesel in the role of nightwalking criminal badass John Riddick.
  11. ooing
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Eating like a kid, grown-up style[11]:
      We use our "inside voices" for ooing and ahhing as a child from one table over bangs his head against the floor-to-ceiling windows. "
  12. polycoat
    • 2009, Ellen Moorhouse, (Please provide the book title or journal name)[12]:
      After a tissue mill in Michigan shut down, Toronto's waste handlers had to scramble to find another processor to take the polycoat cartons this time in South Korea.
  13. superboss
    • 2009, Peter Edwards, An offer you can't refuse[13]:
      Coluccio described in the Italian press as a mob superboss had some $1.5 million stashed inside his highrise residence.
  14. watersaver
    • 2009, (Please provide the book title or journal name)[14]:
      The showers have been fitted with energy-efficient watersaver shower heads and all have temperature balance valves.