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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-23 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-03-23[edit]

  1. capriccios
    • 2009 March 23, Andrew Clements, “François-Frédéric Guy”, The Guardian:
      A tendency to overpedal in the opening and closing capriccios only emphasised that stridency, though the sequence of three intermezzos that are the emotional core of the set were seamlessly presented.
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  2. liveblogger
    • 2009 March 23, Siobhain Butterworth, “Open door”, The Guardian:
      Here are some excerpts from one of Marsh's regular updates for journalists: "Warren Buffett not Buffet, a surprisingly common mistake - think financier, rather than table of nibbles", "catchup TV (what you watch on iPlayer) not catch-up", " liveblog, liveblogger: a liveblog is a rolling commentary on a live event, to differentiate it from a live blog that is live simply by virtue of being visible on the internet", "Twitter users tweet each other but Twitter bits of information"; and, lagging behind, "luddite: lowercase".
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  3. luddite *
    • 2009 March 23, Siobhain Butterworth, “Open door”, The Guardian:
      Here are some excerpts from one of Marsh's regular updates for journalists: "Warren Buffett not Buffet, a surprisingly common mistake - think financier, rather than table of nibbles", "catchup TV (what you watch on iPlayer) not catch-up", " liveblog, liveblogger: a liveblog is a rolling commentary on a live event, to differentiate it from a live blog that is live simply by virtue of being visible on the internet", "Twitter users tweet each other but Twitter bits of information"; and, lagging behind, "luddite: lowercase".
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  4. overpedal
    • 2009 March 23, Andrew Clements, “François-Frédéric Guy”, The Guardian:
      A tendency to overpedal in the opening and closing capriccios only emphasised that stridency, though the sequence of three intermezzos that are the emotional core of the set were seamlessly presented.
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  5. reflators
  6. soundworld
    • 2009 March 23, Andrew Clements, “François-Frédéric Guy”, The Guardian:
      His bright, forward piano sound never seemed entirely appropriate for Brahms's Seven Fantasias Op 116, whose soundworld suggests shades of pearly grey and translucent white rather than Guy's bolder primary tones.
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  7. spendathon
  8. widescreens
    • 2009 March 23, Monkey, “Media Monkey's Diary”, The Guardian:
      While Mark Thompson refused to talk about his family or private life, the Independent's Roger Alton was more forthcoming: "I would advise people to flog their widescreens and try to send their kids private."
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. freudian
    • 2009 March 23, Siobhain Butterworth, “Open door”, The Guardian:
      In the reshuffle Freud got his capital F back and a "Freudian slip" is no longer a "freudian slip". "
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