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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 2009-06-27 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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89622 tokens ‧ 66306 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9179 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.251%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-27[edit]

  1. behviour
    • 2009 June 27, Lynda Hurst, “What to call someone who hates gays?”, Toronto Star:
      Faggot as an epithet for gay men, or any male not exhibiting standard masculine behviour, has been around for about 100 years, though in today's more enlightened times, it's rarely heard outside of school hallways, that is.
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  2. birdmen
    • 2009 June 27, Bill Schiller, “The birdmen of Beijing”, Toronto Star:
      Welcome to the world of the birdmen of Beijing a tiny oasis smack in the centre of the city, yet a world away from it.
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  3. dyskenisia
    • 2009 June 27, Toronto Star[1]:
      Especially when Jim is suffering from his most obvious symptom, dyskenisia spontaneous, involuntary movements.
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  4. excelsis
    • 2009 June 27, Brent Ledger, “This Pride, raise a cheer for a literary pioneer”, Toronto Star:
      Canadians have sometimes been more abashed of the past, and the party-hearty nature of the current Pride celebrations might persuade you that gay culture in particular was present-centric in excelsis, the kind of space where a live-for-the moment ethic prevails.
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  5. fosh
    • 2009 June 27, Mark Zwolinski, “Romero tosses off-speed gem”, Toronto Star:
      It's a high compliment when Romero's company includes Roy Halladay (any of his pitches), or Jason Frasor's "fosh" changeup.
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  6. homonegative
    • 2009 June 27, Lynda Hurst, “What to call someone who hates gays?”, Toronto Star:
      Others suggest replacing homophobic with "homonegative" to reflect disapproval not fear and hatred of homosexuality and as a more accurate reflection of society as a whole.
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  7. hucksterish
    • 2009 June 27, Murray Whyte, “Why Richard Florida's honeymoon is over”, Toronto Star:
      Fellow U of T professor Mark Kingwell, writing in the Walrus this year, described Florida's public academic career as "oddly hucksterish;" R.M. Vaughn, a columnist at The G'lobe and Mail, handed out buttons with the slogan "can we please stop talking about Richard Florida?"
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  8. kasbah
    • 2009 June 27, Toronto Star[2]:
      - Moroccan touch rocks the kasbah - Presto!
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  9. laiche *
    • 2009 June 27, Toronto Star[3]:
      Sometimes, even when not on the lookout for a client project, or casing the place for TV gems, well simply swoosh by and, as they say in France, laiche vitrine or window lick.
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  10. lettre *
  11. oughtta
    • 2009 June 27, Richard Ouzounian, “Marsalis heeds music's message”, Toronto Star:
      If you gonna play it, son, then you oughtta play it the way it was meant to be played."
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  12. presidentialization
  13. punchouts
    • 2009 June 27, Mark Zwolinski, “Romero tosses off-speed gem”, Toronto Star:
      He now has 54 punchouts, third on the Jays staff behind Halladay's 88 and Scott Richmond's 64.
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  14. sabbath *
    • 2009 June 27, Oakland Ross, “Mideast peace `not on agenda' for Israelis”, Toronto Star:
      But Saturday is Shabbat, or the Jewish sabbath, and the plan has enraged the local community of ultra-Orthodox Jews, who have erupted already in paroxysms of stone-throwing and other acts of disobedience to protest against what they perceive as a sacrilege.
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  15. semifrozen
    • 2009 June 27, “An excerpt from the novel Border Songs by Jim Lynch”, Toronto Star:
      Brandon tapped his horn politely, then swerved through semifrozen potholes across the centre line to get a cleaner look at the fringed silhouette of a red-tailed hawk, twenty-six, the white rump of a northern flicker, twenty-seven, and, suspended above everything, the boomerang shape of a solo tree swallow, twenty-eight.
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  16. sexualis
  17. sophistos
    • 2009 June 27, Murray Whyte, “Why Richard Florida's honeymoon is over”, Toronto Star:
      In the states, 99 per cent of my critics were socially conservative, right-wing people, who said I had a gay agenda, or that cities couldn't be built by `yuppies, sophistos, trendoids and gays,'" says Richard Florida. "
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  18. strates
    • 2009 June 27, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-Hit List”, Toronto Star:
      Though Sudol's concept of "rocking out" remains a relative one, this upbeat, full- bodied teaser at least demon- strates that there's more to her than initially met the ear.
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  19. sutudents
  20. tooths
  21. trendoids
    • 2009 June 27, Murray Whyte, “Why Richard Florida's honeymoon is over”, Toronto Star:
      In the states, 99 per cent of my critics were socially conservative, right-wing people, who said I had a gay agenda, or that cities couldn't be built by `yuppies, sophistos, trendoids and gays,'" says Richard Florida. "
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  22. vigourous
  23. waterplay
    • 2009 June 27, Teresa Pitman, “Florida's summer heat can be a cool experience”, Toronto Star:
      Epcot: Near Mission Space and Test Track you'll find overhead misters and a small waterplay area with water bubbling (and sometimes gushing) out of the ground.
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