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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-29 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-01-29[edit]

  1. adjacencies
    • 2009 January 29, Bret Johnson, “George Perle”, The Guardian:
      Perle began to evolve a totally new style of writing, struggling with problems of form and structure, and devising his own system of "linear adjacencies" in his Two Rilke Songs (1941) for voice and piano.
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  2. banksters
  3. besequined
    • 2009 January 29, Alex Macpherson, “The Pussycat Dolls”, The Guardian:
      The burden of tastefulness has never lain heavy on the besequined shoulders of the Pussycat Dolls, and their entrance to the O2 Arena does not disappoint, straddling personalised motorcycles, with Nicole Scherzinger clad in so much diamanté you feel shades are needed.
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  4. chockfull
    • 2009 January 29, Libby Brooks, “Sex between the covers”, The Guardian:
      And it reminds me too much of the mean-spirited outing a few years ago of the formidable Zoe Margolis, whose sex blog Girl With A One-Track Mind was not only very hot, but chockfull of feminism.
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  5. discriminatingly
  6. doocots
    • 2009 January 29, Ray Collier, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      The rock dove has so interbred with the feral pigeons from doocots and racing pigeon lofts that, as a pure species, it may possibly now be extinct in Britain.
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  7. kangarooed
  8. landrail
    • 2009 January 29, Ray Collier, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      Clare knew the corncrake as landrail and it was obviously a common breeding bird with him.
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  9. landrails
    • 2009 January 29, Ray Collier, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      In his poem, Landrail, written in the 1820s, the first lines are: "How sweet and pleasant grows the way / Through summer time again / While landrails call from day to day / Amid the grass and grain."
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  10. overinflated
    • 2009 January 29, “Obituary letter: John Fairfax”, The Guardian:
      As a callow sixth-former with an overinflated sense of my own poetic importance, I was in need of friendly advice and encouragement.
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  11. pauperisation
    • 2009 January 29, Seumas Milne, “The seeds of Latin America's rebirth were sown in Cuba”, The Guardian:
      The wave of privatisation, deregulation and mass pauperisation it unleashed in Latin America first led to mass unrest in Venezuela in 1989, savagely repressed in the Caracazo massacre of more than 1,000 barrio dwellers and protesters.
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  12. pornification
    • 2009 January 29, Libby Brooks, “Sex between the covers”, The Guardian:
      For a moment, it felt as though - in addition to critiquing the pornification of society - it might be possible to open up a public space to investigate how this was affecting personal sexual development.
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  13. refighting
  14. rootedness
    • 2009 January 29, Paul Morozzo, “The end of the runway”, The Guardian:
      This rootedness came through creating vibrant communities of resistance.
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  15. uncorrupt
    • 2009 January 29, “Letters: Reform of the Lords is overdue”, The Guardian:
      It is alos fallacious to argue that an all-elected House would necessarily be an uncorrupt house (Aitken, Hamilton), or that a House dictated by whips, a clone of the Commons, would be an effective, independent check.
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  16. untransparent

Sequestered[edit]

  1. crex
    • 2009 January 29, Ray Collier, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      Corncrakes bred in the hay fields and, although seldom seen, their "crex crex" calls seemed everywhere, especially at night.
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