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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 2009-05-02 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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93006 tokens ‧ 68426 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9293 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.334%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. cavatappi *
    • 2009, Richard Ouzounian, Brooklyn hits the heights of dining pleasure[1]:
      Starters include a rich cavatappi pasta served with spicy lamb sausage and a yellow tomato sauce: an inspired combination.
  2. corvina *
    • 2009, Gord Stimmell, Salute to festival meals and Vintages deals[2]:
      Global merlot and native corvina grapes meld marvelously in this tasty red.
  3. eko *
    • 2009, Mattamy takes home top prize[3]:
      The inaugural trophies for this re-defined award went to Liberty Developments for its highrise eko at Markham Centre and Tribute Communities for its low- to midrise Oak Park Community in Oakville.
  4. motoriffic
    • 2009, Ashante Infantry, Creator's masterpiece marries jazz, classical[4]:
      (The Creation) actually grooves along in spots; it's a masterfully written piece with some motoriffic kinds of rhythmic stuff in that piece that I found interesting and have known for a long time.
  5. overager
    • 2009, Paul Hunter, Slow start kills quickly-sinking Battalion[5]:
      It was nice that Kang, the overager and former St. Mike's Buzzer, had his two goals but its not him that should be expected to carry the team offensively.
  6. pasque *
    • 2009, Sonia Day, Pasque provides pretty purple petals[6]:
      Anderson recommends planting pasque flowers in a raised rock garden, as they need lots of sun and good drainage.
  7. potlights
    • 2009, First Canadian Place[7]:
      Replace 250-watt mercury vapour retail mall potlights with 40-watt magnetic induction lamps.
  8. valdostana *
    • 2009, Richard Ouzounian, Brooklyn hits the heights of dining pleasure[8]:
      You don't have to spend the National Deby at The River Caf when Pete's is right there as well, dispensing such hearty southern Italian favourites as gnocchi with mozzarella and veal valdostana dishes that have authentic homemade taste and friendly prices to boot.