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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 2009-05-04 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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41655 tokens ‧ 30523 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5470 types ‧ 8 (~ 0.146%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. amy *
    • 2009 2009-08-22, Toronto Star[1]:
      DVD Reviews more in entertainment Being Il Divo Baroness a mysterious muse no chasing amy Angels & Demons tussle continues New chapter begins for Steven Page More music 'Animated nudity.
  2. apptitude
  3. ofselfish
    • 2009 May 4, Ellie, “Dating Mr. Wrong was the right lesson”, Toronto Star:
      Your husband would also be more understanding if you showed some compassion for his mother instead ofselfish concerns:
  4. papi *
    • 2009 May 4, Nicole Winfield, “Basta! Berlusconis to split”, Toronto Star:
      The teen, Noemi Letizia, has been quoted as saying she calls Berlusconi "papi" or "Daddy" and has been photographed sporting a gold and diamond necklace he reportedly gave her as a birthday gift.
  5. prudentially
    • 2009 May 4, David Olive, “Obama eyes Canada as bank model”, Toronto Star:
      Wall Street observers worry Obama might push for a breakup of America's largest banks and other financial institutions, often deemed "too big to fail," in order to make them easier to manage prudentially and to regulate.
  6. rematerialize
    • 2009 May 4, John Terauds, “Being Il Divo”, Toronto Star:
      Within minutes of our interview, Miller will rematerialize in the hotel ballroom with his partners in "popera" crime, decked out in signature sleek white shirts and slim Armani suits.
  7. unstaffed
  8. vanned
    • 2009 May 4, Beth Harris, “Will the Bird fly on to Preakness?”, Toronto Star:
      Going into the Derby, Woolley, along with co-owners Allen and Blach, had the modest goal of finishing sixth or better with the gelding they vanned for 21 hours from New Mexico to compete against some of the sport's priciest horses.