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

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74704 tokens ‧ 55341 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8304 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.349%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. chapan *
    • 2009, Rosie DiManno, As vote nears, Team Karzai finally kicks into high gear[1]:
      The aristocratic Karzai seems to have shrunk under the weight of his job, if not the demands of the campaign, a slight man with heavy bags under his eyes and haggard features, almost disappearing within the voluminous folds of his chapan the long-sleeved Afghan coat, made of silk, in green and purple stripes, that is a photogenic feature of his elegant wardrobe.
  2. dataroom
    • 2009, Cossette suitor may walk[2]:
      It set an Aug. 17 ultimatum to gain initial access to the company's dataroom to conduct due diligence.
  3. dweebie
    • 2009, Peter Howell, Filmmaker John Hughes' megahits idealized America[3]:
      Hughes enjoyed making up his own humorous epithets recall a Breakfast Club character calling another a "neo-maxi zoom dweebie."
  4. gimbri
    • 2009, John Goddard, Moroccan musicians weave a wonderful spell[4]:
      I met a few Master Musicians and a few Night Spirit Masters, as well as the gimbri player on No Quarter, the 1995 North African album by Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.
  5. gourmandaise
    • 2009, Hannah Sung, Reconnecting with an old acquaintance[5]:
      What does it say about the French that "gourmandaise" is a positive thing but that "glutton" obviously isn't?
  6. heros *
    • 2009, Lynda Carter's wonder years[6]:
      Lynda Carter's five women heros
  7. pimenton
    • 2009, Mark Bittman, How do you spell salad? T-o-m-a-t-o[7]:
      Drizzle with a dressing made with olive oil, sherry vinegar and a teaspoon of pimenton.
  8. shirazes
    • 2009, Gord Stimmell, A great wine must first be delicious to you[8]:
      First, it has to be delicious, whether you crave sweet white zinfandels or monster shirazes.