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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 2009-05-19 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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47140 tokens ‧ 34489 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6110 types ‧ 9 (~ 0.147%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. bander *
    • 2009 May 19, John Goddard, “Why songbirds stop here for a tune-up”, Toronto Star:
      How to catalogue a songbird Brett Tryon, chief bird bander at Tommy Thompson Park on the Leslie Street Spit, shows school children how to catalogue a songbird for research purposes during spring migration.
  2. connoiseur
    • 2009 May 19, Iain Marlow, “New street food 'healthier than eating burgers'”, Toronto Star:
      John Groves, 69, a connoiseur of various Asian street food cultures, was pleased to see other vending options, but then told his companion, "Let's go find a chip truck."
  3. enforceability
    • 2009 May 19, “Voices”, Toronto Star:
      This is about the league's rules and the enforceability of our rules.
  4. ews
    • 2009 May 19, Lesley Ciarula Taylor, “He did it for the kids, and the laughs”, Toronto Star:
      "I realized I had gone as far as I was going to go" working for the Daily Mail, Evening News and Sunday Dispatch contributions department, keeping track of story submissions.
  5. kingbird
    • 2009 May 19, John Goddard, “Why songbirds stop here for a tune-up”, Toronto Star:
      Raising his binoculars to his eyes from time to time, Toninger spotted such visitors as the kingbird, black-throated blue warbler, American goldfinch and warbling vireo.
  6. mocumentary
    • 2009 May 19, David Bauder, “Fox is all about fancy footwork”, Toronto Star:
      They're joined by mocumentary Modern Family and the single-mom comedy Cougar Town, starring Courteney Cox.
  7. precancer
  8. steamtray
  9. whatdrove
    • 2009 May 19, David Olive, “It might be a slow road back”, Toronto Star:
      There is an assumption that whatdrove our previous economic boom has been lost forever.