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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 2009-05-06 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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51438 tokens ‧ 37537 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6435 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.186%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. aquisitive
    • 2009 May 6, Rob Salem, “Plug pulled on Scrubs? Not so fast”, Toronto Star:
      (The increasingly aquisitive alphabet net has since gone on a shopping spree, currently eyeing The New Adventures of Old Christine should CBS decide to let it go.)
  2. backheeled
    • 2009 May 6, “Ronaldo carries Man U into final”, Toronto Star:
      Ronaldo backheeled the ball to Park inside his own half and the South Korea midfielder released Wayne Rooney on the left.
  3. downtowners
    • 2009 May 6, Tess Kalinowski, “Commuters, locals tussle over Jarvis centre lane”, Toronto Star:
      A $6.35 million plan to beautify and narrow Jarvis St. by removing its reversible centre lane has ignited a war of words between downtowners and commuters in Rosedale and further north who use it as a speedy route to the office.
  4. gangbanging
    • 2009 May 6, Betsy Powell, “Gang sought revenge, ex-member testifies”, Toronto Star:
      They go up to Malvern and look for anybody who looks like they're gangbanging or associated with gangbangers ... and if you looked a certain way then basically you were a target."
  5. grimes
    • 2009 May 6, Betsy Powell, “Gang sought revenge, ex-member testifies”, Toronto Star:
      Ellis, an admitted drug dealer who has two convictions for robbery, estimates he committed numerous more "grimes," which he said was the code word in Galloway for robberies.
  6. heelboy
    • 2009 May 6, “Deals on heels”, Toronto Star:
      Find more at
  7. manoeuverings
    • 2009 May 6, Damien Cox, “Team Gretzky in Ontario?”, Toronto Star:
      Bettman, in fact, learned about yesterday's manoeuverings about 45 minutes before he was to meet with Coyotes majority owner Jerry Moyes.
  8. manoeuvrings
    • 2009 May 6, Damien Cox, “Balsillie keeps on thumbing his nose”, Toronto Star:
      In fact, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman was in Phoenix yesterday less than an hour away from a scheduled meeting with Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes when he learned of the latest Balsillie manoeuvrings.
  9. piledriving
  10. puckhandling
    • 2009 May 6, Rosie DiManno, “Canucks back in control”, Toronto Star:
      It was an aggressive forecheck and some weirdly cavalier puckhandling by Khabibulin behind his net that led directly to first goal, first blood by Mason Raymond.
  11. wedger
  12. yukking
    • 2009 May 6, Rosie DiManno, “Hawks relevant again in Chicago”, Toronto Star:
      These are the twin towers of fame, or infamy, in the Windy City, each with a talk show: Yakking on one, yukking on the other.