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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-24 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-01-24[edit]

  1. eccles
    • 2009 January 24, Lucy Mangan, “Last night's TV”, The Guardian:
      Kirk is picking the raisins out of his eccles cake to take home to Chesney.
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  2. fakeries
  3. fetterless
  4. fifteener
  5. hypercaution
  6. mealymouthed
    • 2009 January 24, Simon Hattenstone, “Sir Fred, just say sorry”, The Guardian:
      If Britain goes down the plug hole, we can't blame three "loadsamoney" bankers, but did they need to be quite so gung-ho about it, and so mealymouthed with their apologies.
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  7. pizzicatos
    • 2009 January 24, Tim Ashley, “Hallé/Langrée”, The Guardian:
      Tzigane was awash with pizzicatos like shots and had a dark, rather disturbing grace.
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  1. chez -- ?
    • 2009 January 24, Nicholas Watt, “President Obama on the line: PM wins coveted first chat”, The Guardian:
      However, even if dinner chez Sarkozy was a little frosty last night, Brown will not boast too forcefully about his friendship with the new US president as he accepts that Britain comes some way down the list of world leaders to be called.
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  2. greylag
    • 2009 January 24, Rosemary Roach, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      We soon heard other sounds: a flock of greylag geese came into land, noisily calling to each other, and then looking upward, high in the sky, a fluttery winged skylark serenaded us as we ambled on.
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  3. nae
    • 2009 January 24, Simon Hattenstone, “Sir Fred, just say sorry”, The Guardian:
      "Tell him he better nae come near us because we'll rip him apart.
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  4. wouldnae
    • 2009 January 24, Simon Hattenstone, “Sir Fred, just say sorry”, The Guardian:
      If I was to lose my job and not be able to pay my mortgage they would take my house away, they wouldnae say, 'Well, sorry about that but here's a big payoff anyway.
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