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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-03 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. casualised
    • 2009 February 3, Polly Toynbee, “These strikes are the upshot of a decade of blunt mantra”, The Guardian:
      The same displacement of jobs and depression of wages has been happening all decade among the cleaners, carers, caterers and agency workers, many of them women, with no one to stand up for the casualised and contracted-out.
  2. gritters
    • 2009 February 3, Ed Pilkington, “London buses suspended because of continued snowfall”, The Guardian:
      The mayor of London , Boris Johnson , defended the suspension of the capital's entire bus service for much of yesterday, saying the work of the gritters was simply covered by new snow.
  3. interdealer
    • 2009 February 3, Chris Tryhorn, “Market forces: Barclays leads banks back down”, The Guardian:
      Other suffering financial stocks included the insurer Standard Life , down 19p to 200.75p, and interdealer brokerage Icap , losing 16.5p at 219.5p.
  4. nimbys
  5. rootedness
  6. ticketholders
    • 2009 February 3, Helen Pidd, “West End musicals and shows cancelled due to snow”, The Guardian:
      The Ambassador Group also pulled the plug on almost half of its shows, including Carousel, Wicked, Zorro, The Sound of Music, Sunset Boulevard, Joseph, Jersey Boys, Hairspray, Grease, and Be Near Me. It said ticketholders would be entitled to rebook.
  7. unwhipped
    • 2009 February 3, Colin Challen, “To claim we MPs were craven over the third runway is laughable”, The Guardian:
      I can say without hesitation that if the vote had been unwhipped the majority in favour of the airport's expansion would have been greater - a few less Labour MPs voting in support but a lot more Tories taking their place.


  1. bigging
    • 2009 February 3, “Diary”, The Guardian:
      They're bigging us up.
  1. erminegate ermine + -gate scandal