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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 2009-09-27 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-09-27).

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44757 tokens ‧ 16 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 16 types ‧ 14 (~ 87.5%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. airmunition
    • 2009, Tonda MacCharles, RCMP faces its problems head-on[1]:
      A separate "airmunition" firing range helps greenhorns perfect their marksmanship, using laser weapons with a third of the recoil and all of the pop of a standard 9-mm Smith and Wesson.
  2. braintrust
    • 2009, Paul Hunter, Monster slams the door on Wings[2]:
      Good timing, as the Leafs' braintrust was to sit down post-game and work towards the roster that will open the season at home Thursday against Montreal.
  3. centrepoint
    • 2009, Murray Whyte, Art of future past[3]:
      Its ruins became a centrepoint of their practice for years, as they "excavated" their destroyed works, sifting the debris for fragments of their own significance.
  4. clanists
    • 2009, Michelle Shephard, Somalia's last, best hopes rest on 'unique' president[4]:
      "Unlike their rivals, they are not extremists or clanists or warlords – that is why they appeal to many."
  5. schlockey
    • 2009, Murray Whyte, Art of future past[5]:
      The Pavillion, described by Bronson in frieze magazine as a "(semi) fictional museum" meant to house what would surely become the group's terribly significant oeuvres, existed briefly, in pieces, or simply in their imagination – a schlockey, self-actualized goal emblematic of a certain kind of success.