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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 2009-06-01 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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39601 tokens ‧ 28622 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5304 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.358%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-01[edit]

  1. brownlining
    • 2009, Kenneth Kidd, Carp and carping at an urban pier[1]:
      But the Classic is also part of a North American trend toward urban fishing, sometimes called brownlining, since it all takes place in muddy, polluted water, often in the shadow of smokestacks and power plants.
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  2. campesinos *
    • 2009, Linda Diebel, Behind the mask in sunny Acapulco[2]:
      "The evidence shows (the army) isn't fighting the big narco-traffickers, but instead poor campesinos," says Gutierrez. "
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  3. clashtastic
    • 2009, Amy Spurway, (Please provide the title of the work)[3]:
      Now, as I dart down the street with my colourfully clashtastic kids looking like a posse of insane clowns, I worry what other mothers think.
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  4. maladjust
    • 2009, Amy Spurway, (Please provide the title of the work)[4]:
      I worry that they are judging me, whispering that only an LSD-dropping social maladjust would allow her children to go out in public dressed like that.
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  5. matie (sense)
    • 2009, (Please provide the title of the work)[5]:
      "Aye, matie," said Ari, giggling.
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  6. narcotiendas
    • 2009, Linda Diebel, Behind the mask in sunny Acapulco[6]:
      From narcotiendas (little drug shops), it's easy to find dealers selling both drugs and soft drinks, as well as ritzy new subdivisions funded by mysterious sources believed to be drug money in a country devastated by recession.
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  7. sheephead
    • 2009, Kenneth Kidd, Carp and carping at an urban pier[7]:
      The only fish that count are, well, carp and sheephead.
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