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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-07 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-03-07[edit]

  1. constitutionalised
    • 2009 March 7, Arthur Scargill, “'We could surrender - or stand and fight'”, The Guardian:
      McGahey argued that the union should not be "constitutionalised" out of taking action, while the South Wales area president, Emlyn Williams, told the NEC on 12 April 1984: "To hide behind a ballot is an act of cowardice.
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  2. dimensionalise
  3. gauzing
    • 2009 March 7, Jim Perrin, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      I look across at Clogwyn Du'r Arddu, finest and most architectonic of British cliffs, the dark corrie lake beneath it unrippled, mist gauzing the buttresses, sun permeating it from behind the ridge and the "rose-flush coming and going".
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  4. localists
    • 2009 March 7, Polly Toynbee, “Nose pegs aren't enough. We will need smelling salts, too”, The Guardian:
      Neal Lawson, writing with our own John Harris in this week's New Statesman, offers a 10-point manifesto for change to bring together an umbrella of vigorous movements from Plane Stupid to most Labour and Lib Dem members (though not their leaders), third world activists, some of the loopier emanations of green and libertarian extremes, the localists and even, they suggest, the so called Red Tories - though I have my doubts if they exist.
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  5. outgross
  6. ravined
    • 2009 March 7, Richard Williams, “So who will emulate Mick and co at Glastonbury 2049?”, The Guardian:
      The subtext was an invitation to compare the unworn, unlined face of the 21-year-old Mick Jagger with the marvellously ravined version of his contemporary counterpart, still demonstrating a leering, prancing potency at 65.
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  7. situationist
    • 2009 March 7, Richard Williams, “So who will emulate Mick and co at Glastonbury 2049?”, The Guardian:
      On Thursday we learnt that this summer's Isle of Wight festival - once a carnival of youthful self-expression, from hippie pacifism to situationist insurrection - will be headlined by Neil Young, the great Canadian singer-songwriter.
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  8. solidarities
    • 2009 March 7, Editorial, “Editorial, The miners' strike: a war no one deserved to win”, The Guardian:
      Thus, to many, peering back across 25 nation-changing years to the start of the 1984-85 miners' strike, the dispute now seems starkly Manichean, a contest between light and dark, neoliberalism and old solidarities, Thatcher and the unions, class and class, one side or the other.
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  9. uncatalogued
  10. unrippled
    • 2009 March 7, Jim Perrin, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      I look across at Clogwyn Du'r Arddu, finest and most architectonic of British cliffs, the dark corrie lake beneath it unrippled, mist gauzing the buttresses, sun permeating it from behind the ridge and the "rose-flush coming and going".
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