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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-23 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-01-23[edit]

  1. billpayers
    • 2009 January 23, Tim Webb and Mark Milner, “British Gas to cut household bills by 10%”, The Guardian:
      But he added: "As far as billpayers are concerned, a 10% drop does little to compensate for the record price increases of 2008 and many consumers will hope there will be further cuts on the horizon.
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  2. clearout
    • 2009 January 23, “Letter: The battle for British broadcasting”, The Guardian:
      In return, Ofcom should insist on a clearout of those who have filled their wallets while presiding over the collective failure of BBC, ITV and Channel 4.
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  3. ebook
  4. farmstock
  5. firesale
  6. flatpacks
  7. frontbenches
  8. homewares
  9. mesmerisingly
  10. phrasemakers
  11. piccaninnies
    • 2009 January 23, Hugh Muir, “Hugh Muir: Diary”, The Guardian:
      "We're all piccaninnies, don't you know.
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  12. pisshouse
    • 2009 January 23, Hugh Muir, “Hugh Muir: Diary”, The Guardian:
      ' However, a pisshouse is apparently a gentleman's toilet, and (in the author's social circle at least) the phrase 'pisshouse deal' is well known.
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  13. stewarded
    • 2009 January 23, Deborah Hargreaves, “A question of trust”, The Guardian:
      If banks can get their own finances so spectacularly wrong, it is not surprising the public is worried about how its cash will be stewarded.
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  14. takas
    • 2009 January 23, Maseeh Rahman, “Dumped at sea: migrants accuse Thai army”, The Guardian:
      After the group was caught, in the presence of Thai soldiers, the members were approached by "a Muslim middleman" who offered to take them to Malaysia if they paid 2,500 takas each.
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  15. technodazzle
  16. tribalists

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Scots[edit]

  1. bonie
  2. clarkit
  3. fiere
  4. giftie
  5. harkit
  6. ony
    • 2009 January 23, Jackie Kay, “Burns is alive and kicking, 250 years after his birth”, The Guardian:
      Maisie Hill always did a fabulously dramatic address, her big knife glinting and her face alive with malice as she plunged the blade into the poor haggis: "His knife sae rustic Labour dight / an cut you up wi ready sleight, / Trenching your gushing entrails bright / Like ony ditch; / And then, O what a glorious sight, / Warm-reekin', rich!
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  7. sae
    • 2009 January 23, Jackie Kay, “Burns is alive and kicking, 250 years after his birth”, The Guardian:
      Maisie Hill always did a fabulously dramatic address, her big knife glinting and her face alive with malice as she plunged the blade into the poor haggis: "His knife sae rustic Labour dight / an cut you up wi ready sleight, / Trenching your gushing entrails bright / Like ony ditch; / And then, O what a glorious sight, / Warm-reekin', rich!
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  8. sarket
  9. sonsie