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

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91422 tokens ‧ 68147 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9350 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.364%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. chimmichuri
  2. gastitudinal
    • 2009 August 1, “More reflections on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      Mayor Miller should have had the gastitudinal fortitude to pull a Ronald Reagan on the union by firing all of them and then offering them their jobs back at half the current salary with no accrued sick days.
  3. gonfalons
  4. interconnectible
    • 2009 August 1, Jennifer Brown, “Lighting sheds bright ideas on space”, Toronto Star:
      "I have an interconnectible LED light that was $75 that is a foot long but I could get a four-foot T5 fluorescent for $35 or $40," says Clowe.
  5. muhammar
    • 2009 August 1, Oakland Ross, “Following in Jesus's footsteps”, Toronto Star:
      I can recommend the spinach salad, as well as the muhammar, an Arab-style pizza topped with chicken and caramelized onions.
  6. pentachlorohydrex
  7. recessionitis
    • 2009 August 1, Vivian Song, “Frugal or cheap?”, Toronto Star:
      Financial insecurity has spawned trendy words like "frugalista" and "recessionista/recessionitis."
  8. schoolyardish
    • 2009 August 1, Jennifer Wells, “David Miller finds little fault of his own in strike”, Toronto Star:
      Mark Ferguson, coolly watching council's antics yesterday and they are plentiful and often embarrassingly schoolyardish credits the effectiveness of provincial mediators as being "instrumental" in ultimately aiding negotiations. "
  9. tetrachlorohydrex
  10. timehonoured
    • 2009 August 1, Peter Goddard, “Landscapes subtly mix fact and fiction”, Toronto Star:
      Superficially, the results are entirely in line with landscape painting's timehonoured principal of "centre your interest," while keeping "your corners quiet," advice offered more than 150 years back by the greatest British landscape artist of the lot, J.M.W. Turner.
  11. trichlorohydrex
  12. uncoincidentally
  13. vaporetto *