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

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  1. backsplit
    • 2009 August 22, Dave Feschuk, “First a tornado's swirl; then, a whirl of logistics”[1], Toronto Star:
      As for the tornado-struck house, a semi-detached backsplit, it was in need of significant repairs, and the Cammisas said their insurance company told them not to expect a speedy visit from the adjuster.
  2. campgoers
    • 2009 August 22, Jason Miller, “Harder They Come actors teach teens life lessons”[2], Toronto Star:
      Mirvish Productions offered the campgoers a chance to see a production at the Victoria St. theatre and interact with the cast.
  3. docuoperas
    • 2009 August 22, William Littler, “Flowering Tree flourishes at Mostly Mozart”[3], Toronto Star:
      As the titles of these operas suggest, Adams is very much a man of his time, so sensitive to the events of recent history that his operas (including a dramatization of the Achille Lauro hijacking, The Death of Klinghoffer) have been dubbed "docuoperas."
  4. doughnuteer
    • 2009 August 22, Corey Mintz, “Fair facts focus on the fryer”Ex/article/682647, Toronto Star:
      Owner Brazier is a second-generation doughnuteer.
  5. downheeled
    • 2009 August 22, MURRAY WHYTE, “Seeking successors to the Queen West gallery scene”[4], Toronto Star:
      After being one of the pioneering galleries on this stretch of Queen St. W. in the early part of the decade pre-Drake Hotel, no less Loop's new show, of this year's crop of M.A. and PhD. graduates from York University's Fine Arts program, is its last at the current location, where the storefront galleries that helped transform the neighbourhood from downheeled urban hinterland into a theme park for condo-dwellers have been trickling out and away for several years.
  6. expecteds
    • 2009 August 22[5], Toronto Star:
      Before her move to the country, Day and husband "Logbook Man" are heading toward the "dreaded expecteds" a phrase coined by actress Marilyn Lightstone and used to great effect in this book: the time of married life when couples run out of conversation and stare at each other blankly.
  7. gavoons
    • 2009 August 22, Linda Barnard, “A taste of `da best' Brooklyn has to offer”[6], Toronto Star:
      "Some of us may be gavoons (Brooklynese for a knucklehead; it's no co-incidence the Three Stooges' Howard brothers were born here), but we're not animals," says Muia.
  8. pharmacare
    • 2009 August 22, “More views on health care”[7], Toronto Star:
      They do this not by greater privatization but by including more services under the public umbrella pharmacare being one major item.
  9. polytetrafluoroethlyene
    • 2009 August 22[8], Toronto Star:
      Over time, concerns arose over the materials used in non-stick coatings, namely polytetrafluoroethlyene (PTFE) and/or perflueoroctoanoic acid (PFOA).
  10. rhodos
    • 2009 August 22, Lorraine Hunter[9], Toronto Star:
      Spring bulbs and lush wisteria flourish early, followed by flowering peach and pear trees, azaleas, rhodos, peonies and roses.
  11. seggies
    • 2009 August 22, Diane Tierney, “Anchors away!”[10], Toronto Star:
      Worldies, who have paid significantly more for a full world cruise and bonded with each other during many months together, may appear to resent the invasion of seggies, who have paid much less for a hop-on, hop-off segment.
  12. worldies
    • 2009 August 22, Diane Tierney, “Anchors away!”[11], Toronto Star:
      But worldies are learning to adjust to the changing times.