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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-21 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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36485 tokens ‧ 28803 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5420 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.295%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-21[edit]

  1. beachcombed
    • 2009 March 21, Ian Collins, “Obituary: Margaret Mellis”, The Guardian:
      By 1978 she had turned from painting to driftwood constructions - combining beachcombed finds of vividly coloured bits of boats and beach-huts, kippering boards and medieval timbers gouged by deathwatch beetles into honeycomb.
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  2. firesale
    • 2009 March 21, Richard Wray, “BSkyB granted leave to appeal over ITV stake”, The Guardian:
      The ruling of the court of appeal means that Sky will be able to cling on to the stake for several more months, further delaying what looked like becoming a firesale of ITV's shares.
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  3. incaution
    • 2009 March 21, Richard Bronk, “Coleridge at the G20”, The Guardian:
      Coleridge described boom and bust as occurring when rational "circumspection" gives way to "emulous ambition", "incaution" and "a vortex of hopes and hazards, of blinding passions and blind practices".
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  4. infandous
    • 2009 March 21, Audrey Gillan, “Canada bars 'infandous' Galloway”, The Guardian:
      "We're going to uphold the law, [and] not give special treatment to this infandous street-corner Cromwell who actually brags about giving 'financial support' to Hamas, a terrorist organisation banned in Canada," said Velshi.
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  5. organicism
    • 2009 March 21, Richard Bronk, “Coleridge at the G20”, The Guardian:
      But the liberal version of Romantic organicism bequeathed by Herder, Burke and Coleridge reminds us why solutions to the pressing problems of the day should be largely national (or perhaps regional, at EU level).
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  6. postbag
  7. slaughterperson
    • 2009 March 21, Esther Addley, “Hard times in Cotswolds as slump reaches wealthy middle England”, The Guardian:
      Among this week's vacancies, advertised inside the branch, are a regional sales rep starting on £10,440 a year, an accounts clerk for a crash repair centre for £13k, and a slaughterperson, starting at 6am each day, for £400 a week.
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  8. thermospheric
  9. trancesters
  10. unbiddable
    • 2009 March 21, “Editorial: A trying week for Barack Obama”, The Guardian:
      Now, just like Mr Carter before him, Mr Obama is also becoming embroiled with the unbiddable forces of the Iranian revolution which did so much to humiliate his predecessor.
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  11. unblur
  12. unbovvered
  13. usurous

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