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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-21 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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32778 tokens ‧ 25517 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5152 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.485%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-21[edit]

  1. chunters
  2. correfocs
  3. corridas *
    • 2009 February 21, Michael Eaude, “Conchita Cintrón”, The Guardian:
      In 1939 she went to Mexico , where in four seasons to 1943 she fought on foot alongside the great figures of the time in 211 corridas
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  4. essikert
    • 2009 February 21, Christine Smith, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      Like almost all houses in Shetland, we have no dustbin; instead there is a gull-proof slat-sided wooden box in which black bin bags are deposited to await collection by the essikert.
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  5. gameshow
  6. healthcentre
  7. philanthrocapitalists
  8. politicals
    • 2009 February 21, “Letter: Cold war myths about Cuban jails”, The Guardian:
      Heavy-duty prisoners in Boniato told us how old abuses had ceased, while at Combinado del Este the "plantados" - the self-declared politicals from the 60s - declined to let us film their quarters because they didn't want people to see how decent they were.
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  9. quizshow
  10. rejoneador
    • 2009 February 21, Michael Eaude, “Conchita Cintrón”, The Guardian:
      At the age of 12 she started classes at Lima's principal riding school and showed such ability and boldness that her teacher, Ruy da Câmara, suggested she become a bullfighter on horseback (rejoneador), which he himself had been in his native Portugal.
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  11. soundworld
    • 2009 February 21, Andrew Clements, “Rolf Hind”, The Guardian:
      He contrasted pieces that use the instrument conventionally with those in which its soundworld was sometimes drastically modified.
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  12. superintendant
    • 2009 February 21, Henry McDonald, “Omagh judge should apologise to police officers”, The Guardian:
      Former chief superintendant Norman Baxter said the judge's claim had been a "grave injustice", and demanded a public apology to Cooper and Marshall over the distress caused by the judge's remarks.
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  13. torturings
    • 2009 February 21, Barbara Ehrenreich, “My unwitting role in acts of torture”, The Guardian:
      No, I'm too busy seething over another irony: whenever I've complained about my country's torturings, renderings, detentions, etc, there's always been some smug bastard ready to respond that these measures are what guarantee smart-alecky writers like myself our freedom of speech.
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  14. ummed
    • 2009 February 21, Zoe Williams, “Can we dig our way out of the recession?”, The Guardian:
      I've ummed and aahed for ages thinking of a way to say this, but there's only one: it must be all almost-old people.
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  15. unglamorously
  16. vicechair
    • 2009 February 21, Hugh Muir, “In Macpherson's footsteps: a journey through British racism”, The Guardian:
      For the second part of his investigation, the former high court judge journeyed around Britain by train, to six places he and his team - Dr Richard Stone, vicechair of the Runnymede Trust, John Sentamu, now the Archbishop of York, and former police officer Tom Cook - had chosen for their racial significance.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. avoide
    • 2009 February 21, Tim Radford, “Tim Radford: Weatherwatch”, The Guardian:
      "These obstacles together with dark nights and the advanced season of the year, discouraged me from carrying into execution a resolution I had taken of crossing the Antarctick Circle once more, according at 4 o'Clock in the AM we Tacked and Stood to the North under our two Courses and double-reefed Topsails, stormy Weather still continuing which together with a great Sea from the East, made great distruction among the Islands of Ice. This was so far from being of any advantage to us that it served only to increase the number of pieces we had to avoide, for the pieces which break from large Islands are more dangerous then the Islands themselves, the latter are generally seen at a sufficient distance to give time to steer clear of them, whereas the others cannot be seen in the night or thick weather till they are under the Bows."
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  2. plantados
    • 2009 February 21, “Letter: Cold war myths about Cuban jails”, The Guardian:
      Heavy-duty prisoners in Boniato told us how old abuses had ceased, while at Combinado del Este the "plantados" - the self-declared politicals from the 60s - declined to let us film their quarters because they didn't want people to see how decent they were.
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  3. khalsa
    • 2009 February 21, Sunny Hundal, “Face to faith”, The Guardian:
      The tenth Guru, Gobind Singh, even made it compulsory for baptised Sikhs (khalsa) to adopt a knife or sword as part of their daily wear.
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  4. distruction
    • 2009 February 21, Tim Radford, “Tim Radford: Weatherwatch”, The Guardian:
      "These obstacles together with dark nights and the advanced season of the year, discouraged me from carrying into execution a resolution I had taken of crossing the Antarctick Circle once more, according at 4 o'Clock in the AM we Tacked and Stood to the North under our two Courses and double-reefed Topsails, stormy Weather still continuing which together with a great Sea from the East, made great distruction among the Islands of Ice. This was so far from being of any advantage to us that it served only to increase the number of pieces we had to avoide, for the pieces which break from large Islands are more dangerous then the Islands themselves, the latter are generally seen at a sufficient distance to give time to steer clear of them, whereas the others cannot be seen in the night or thick weather till they are under the Bows."
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  5. fauxlanthropists: protologism, play on words
  6. eurobonds - See Eurobonds
  7. festivalite - See -ite