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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-27 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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33136 tokens ‧ 26099 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4794 types ‧ 11 (~ 0.229%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-27[edit]

  1. blackmarked
  2. frogfish
    • 2009 February 27, “UK news in brief”, The Guardian:
      A type of frogfish that gets about by bouncing and whose jazzy zebra stripes have earned it the nickname psychedelica has been classified as a new species.
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  3. impro *
    • 2009 February 27, Brian Logan, “Totally Looped”, The Guardian:
      Either might have enlivened a slim-pickings evening of impro in Peterborough, in which several waffly scripts had me wishing we could just listen to the originals instead.
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  4. machiavellian
  5. psychedelica
    • 2009 February 27, “UK news in brief”, The Guardian:
      A type of frogfish that gets about by bouncing and whose jazzy zebra stripes have earned it the nickname psychedelica has been classified as a new species.
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  6. svengalis
  7. tribalists
    • 2009 February 27, Martin Kettle, “This Thatcher-fest does not mean it's 1979 all over again”, The Guardian:
      To middle-aged Labour tribalists - and to plenty of others for whom Thatcher still defines much that they despise in modern Britain - words like those will send a chill down the spine.
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  8. ungovernability
  9. waffly
    • 2009 February 27, Brian Logan, “Totally Looped”, The Guardian:
      Either might have enlivened a slim-pickings evening of impro in Peterborough, in which several waffly scripts had me wishing we could just listen to the originals instead.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. hoorism - see cute-hoorism
    • 2009 February 27, Fintan O'Toole, “Liechtenstein on the Liffey”, The Guardian:
      A globalised brand of cute hoorism has been created by state policy.
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  2. williams -> sweet williams
    • 2009 February 27, Colin Luckhurst, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      My father made very good use of his cultivable space - soft fruit, apple trees, a cherry tree and flowerbeds for my mother's sweet williams and roses spring to mind, but there were also a peach tree, a lot of blackcurrants and a Victoria plum at the bottom of the garden.
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