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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 2009-05-25 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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39684 tokens ‧ 29248 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5760 types ‧ 10 (~ 0.174%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-25[edit]

  1. bankrupties
    • 2009 May 25, “Plastic bags a tempest in teacup”, Toronto Star:
      Two years ago when Ireland was going to try doing away with plastic bags, there was the same cries of doom and sweeping bankrupties.
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  2. boogeying
  3. bundt
    • 2009 May 25, Kim Honey, “Waldorf chicken salad”, Toronto Star:
      Ginger lovers, here's the perfect bundt for you.
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  4. crapwagons
    • 2009 May 25, Garth Woolsey, “The Thrill returns for Indy”, Toronto Star:
      It didn't help that he'd said in 2004 of the possibility of driving an IRL car: "I'm not driving one of those crapwagons."
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  5. oilsands
    • 2009 May 25, David Olive, “Oil price back to the future”, Toronto Star:
      Noting that oil still accounts for 40 per cent of U.S. energy supplies, Yergin told the U.S. congressional panel that: "We should give clear signals to Canada to develop its oilsands and to Brazil to develop its offshore oil.
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  6. pressbox
    • 2009 May 25, Rosie DiManno, “So which Huet did he go?”, Toronto Star:
      He's no, well, Corey Crawford, the AHL scrubeenie who found himself, over the course of 48 hours, going from pressbox to end-of-the-bench to crease and an immediate 5-on-3 shorthand situation.
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  7. rosesfreshcutgrasssweatypeoplethecatnextdoor
    • 2009 May 25, Kristin Rushowy, “Farley flees comic cage”, Toronto Star:
      The different smells he picks up are showcased in a wavy line of text at the bottom of pages, in a stream-of-consciousness mode: "... in the breeze he smelled rosesfreshcutgrasssweatypeoplethecatnextdoor ..."
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  8. scrubeenie
    • 2009 May 25, Rosie DiManno, “So which Huet did he go?”, Toronto Star:
      He's no, well, Corey Crawford, the AHL scrubeenie who found himself, over the course of 48 hours, going from pressbox to end-of-the-bench to crease and an immediate 5-on-3 shorthand situation.
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  9. scrubeenies
    • 2009 May 25, Rosie DiManno, “Time for Obama to get hockey-hip”, Toronto Star:
      Given all those high draft choices, talented scrubeenies and an infusion of cash Wirtz a less close-fisted owner than his dad, Dollar Bill the Hawks were rapidly and breathtakingly transformed:
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  10. volutunteers
    • 2009 May 25, “Tamil actions not unprecedented”, Toronto Star:
      During World War I the Canadian and Italian governments jointly organized "il treno degli italiani," a train to pick up Canadian-Italian reservists and volutunteers to fight for Italy.
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