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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 2009-08-29 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-29).

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88482 tokens ‧ 65362 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9277 types ‧ 41 (~ 0.442%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. backroomer
    • 2009, Linda Diebel, Many Liberals push for vote, but don't bet on it[1]:
      Says a Liberal backroomer: "I think some people are very keen on going.
  2. chicharron
    • 2009, Leanne Davis, Old 'hood transformed and so are its eateries[2]:
      Pedro has ordered a plate from the Colombian stand that has a little of everything: beans, eggs, plantain, rice and a large, super crisp chunk of fried pork rind called chicharron that you have to gnaw on – there's no other way to eat it.
  3. cumaru
    • 2009, Donna Laporte, (Please provide the book title or journal name)[3]:
      Inside the dining room and lounge, cumaru, a rich, walnut coloured wood (a cousin to ipe) adds warmth, while the exposed ceiling is Douglas fir.
  4. digestate
    • 2009, Ellen Moorhouse, (Please provide the book title or journal name)[4]:
      The new plant, like the existing one, will provide what's essentially a primary sewage treatment able to handle and strip out plastic and other contaminants, and the resulting digestate will be sent to privately owned facilities in Arthur or Niagara, where it's mixed with yard and leaf waste for composting (More on that later).
  5. flipnote
    • 2009, Darren Zenko, Free download animates the DSi[5]:
      Through a third party, Japanese community portal Hatena, flipnote makers can freely upload, download, edit, share, rate and comment on their and others' work.
  6. flipnotes
    • 2009, Darren Zenko, Free download animates the DSi[6]:
      You can even embed your flipnotes in webpages, or post them to that terrifying den of weirdoes and crazies, Facebook.
  7. inservice
    • 2009, Partnering on early childhood education[7]:
      There is a wide range of pre-service, inservice and graduate options in the area of early child development research and education.
  8. mostarda *
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Splendido: new owners, still gorgeous food[8]:
      And the apple mostarda (an Italian method of mustard-flavoured, preserved fruit) loses its charm, puréed as a sauce.
  9. seekh
    • 2009, Leanne Davis, Old 'hood transformed and so are its eateries[9]:
      Spice is the order of the day with seekh kebab, cigar-shaped rolls of minced beef flavoured with ginger, onion and green chilies.
  10. spuma *
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Splendido: new owners, still gorgeous food[10]:
      Still, you can always split a dessert when it is as spectacular as light Frangelico spuma resting on top of heavy dark chocolate and coffee pudding, separated by broken bits of biscotti.
  11. textblocks
    • 2009, Michael Agger, What your emails say about you[11]:
      The originators of these textblocks – the employees whose content gets used over and over again – are arguably the ones making the biggest impact on the organization.