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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-17 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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34966 tokens ‧ 27552 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5277 types ‧ 11 (~ 0.208%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-17[edit]

  1. bounceback
    • 2009 March 17, Kathryn Hopkins, “Moscow starts to shut up shop”, The Guardian:
      In contrast to the 1998 crisis, a weak external environment makes a sharp bounceback in growth unlikely."
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  2. dur *
  3. equalweight
    • 2009 March 17, Nick Fletcher, “Market forces: National Grid adds power to the upturn”, The Guardian:
      Analysts at Morgan Stanley - who have an equalweight rating and 665p target - said: "We met the group treasurer on Friday and came away very relaxed about any rights issue risk.
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  4. eyecatching
  5. invalided
    • 2009 March 17, Fiona MacCarthy, “Sir Nicholas Henderson”, The Guardian:
      He was invalided home from a brief spell as private secretary to Lord Moyne, deputy minister of state in the Middle East.
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  6. mindblowing *
  7. monocities
    • 2009 March 17, Kathryn Hopkins, “Moscow starts to shut up shop”, The Guardian:
      Russia has many so-called monocities, where most of the town's population is employed by one industry such as car production or commodities output.
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  8. shillyshallying
    • 2009 March 17, Fiona MacCarthy, “Sir Nicholas Henderson”, The Guardian:
      In 1974, when the firm pro-Europe stance of Edward Heath's government gave way to the shillyshallying of Wilson's, Henderson felt personally betrayed.
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  9. underskilled

Sequestered[edit]

  1. sveltness
    • 2009 March 17, Fiona MacCarthy, “Sir Nicholas Henderson”, The Guardian:
      Nancy even named an orchid after Mary, admiring her wit, sveltness and the sureness of her taste.
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