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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-06 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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83411 tokens ‧ 46 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 46 types ‧ 46 (~ 100%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-06[edit]

  1. aeks
  2. asthe
    • 2009 September 6, Richard Wachman, “RBS sells off last of Asian assets”, Guardian:
      But asthe economy improves, brokers even believe RBS could "at a pinch" opt for less government support.
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  3. balearic
    • 2009 September 6, “Playlist”, Guardian:
      Exotic dance-pop that will make ageing ravers think of the word "balearic" and everyone else grin like monkeys.
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  4. berobed
    • 2009 September 7, Kevin McKenna, “Say a little prayer – and then so to bed”, Guardian:
      And lo it has come to pass that, down through the ages, the berobed Vatican sentinels of Catholic morality have warned us of the dangers of sex and all its attendant woes.
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  5. carrotgate
    • 2009 September 10, Lucy Siegle, “Can we believe labels that claim food is 'local'?”, Guardian:
      And who can forget carrotgate, when the chair of the Soil Association, Patrick Holden, fell out with Sainsbury's over his carrots, which were grown and sold in Wales as local produce despite being measured and sorted via a centralised distribution point in East Anglia.
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  6. childcatcher
    • 2009 September 6, Mike Carter, “Mike's big British bike adventure”, Guardian:
      In the time it takes to pitch my little one-man tent the kiddywinkies have been ushered inside quicker than if the childcatcher had been spotted on the edge of town.
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  7. clearout
  8. clusterin
    • 2009 September 7, Ian Sample, “Alzheimer's research links three genes to disease”, Guardian:
      A related study of more than 7,000 Alzheimer's patients and healthy volunteers, led by Philippe Amouyel at the National Institute of Health and Medical Research in Lille, also identified a variant of the clusterin gene as a risk factor for the disease.
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  9. dianab
  10. dpa
  11. drouzy
  12. exessive
  13. frowny
  14. hairbands
    • 2009 September 6, Arabella Weir, “The options maelstrom”, Guardian:
      Every single item, even down to hairbands , is prescribed.
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  15. hederifolium
    • 2009 September 7, Dan Pearson, “Late in the day”, Guardian:
      The favourite Cyclamen hederifolium.
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  16. hemlok
  17. houghmagandy
    • 2009 September 7, Kevin McKenna, “Say a little prayer – and then so to bed”, Guardian:
      We do all the sacrificing, believing, self-mortification, fasting and abstaining; Dawkins and his legion of the godless get to do all the houghmagandy, as Robert Burns would have put it.
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  18. karahi
    • 2009 September 7, Jill Treanor and Larry Elliott, “Dark days when banks reached brink of oblivion”, Guardian:
      Darling, realising that he was in for a long night, rang one of his favourite restaurants, Gandhi's in Kennington, south London, to order £245 worth of rice, karahi lamb, tandoori chicken, vegetable curry and aloo gobi.
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  19. kiddywinkies
    • 2009 September 6, Mike Carter, “Mike's big British bike adventure”, Guardian:
      In the time it takes to pitch my little one-man tent the kiddywinkies have been ushered inside quicker than if the childcatcher had been spotted on the edge of town.
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  20. knuckling
    • 2009 September 6, Nick Hornby, “The thrill of it all”, Guardian:
      (My best guess is that being in a band will become a version of national service or the Peace Corps; something you do for a couple of years before knuckling down to a proper job.
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  21. loosener
  22. lunchbreak
    • 2009 September 6, Miranda Sawyer, “Robbie returns”, Guardian:
      Witness Calvin Harris, who got himself into a right old tweety huff over a record review the other day, accusing the unnamed writer of giving other musicians - "rich people's kids" - good reviews "because mummy fucked the journo in the 80s"; but only giving Calvin's album two stars because the journo skipped through the tracks on his lunchbreak.
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  23. markdrum
  24. megalogue
  25. megalogues
  26. messageboard
    • 2009 September 6, Nick Hornby, “The thrill of it all”, Guardian:
      Juliet, Naked is in part about how a middle-aged man devotes a large chunk of his life to keeping alive the work of a long-forgotten 80s singer-songwriter; he runs a messageboard, posts essays online, and virtually lives in a virtual world, talking to people he wouldn't ever have met 10 years ago.
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  27. navs
    • 2009 September 6, Cristina Odone, “For women, taxis must still be a haven”, Guardian:
      They charge lower fares and rely mutely and trustingly on sat navs, no matter how absurd the suggested route.
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  28. newscasting
    • 2009 September 6, Edward Helmore, “Rival women go head to head in war of news anchors”, Guardian:
      Ever since the three avuncular masters of newscasting – Peter Jennings, Dan Rather and Tom Brokaw – left their posts four years ago, the news arena has been looking for a dramatic conflict to revive it.
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  29. numnes
  30. nymphette *
  31. paedophobe
  32. paens
  33. permatans
    • 2009 September 6, Tim Atkin, “A fruity number”, Guardian:
      Depending on how the women responded to the 19 questions - "Do you like ageing lotharios with permatans and toupés?" was presumably not among them - the researchers rated their "sexual functioning".
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  34. plinky
    • 2009 September 6, “Apps to the future”, Guardian:
      This novel take on in-car satellite navigation plays plinky emotional tunes with occasional interruptions from Gary Lightbody urging the driver to "turn left now".
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  35. repayers
    • 2009 September 6, William Keegan, “I kid you not, we should not make a dash for the exit strategy”, Guardian:
      On my return to London one of the first pieces of financial news I heard was that the public had begun to retrench and that in July, instead of increasing their borrowing, "consumers" had been net repayers of debt.
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  36. requestees
  37. reviewerese
  38. scuzzily
    • 2009 September 6, Graeme Thomson, “The Death of Bunny Munro by Nick Cave”, Guardian:
      The Death of Bunny Munro is the sad, scuzzily hysterical tale of the titular door-to-door salesman, obsessed with sex, sex and more sex (Avril Lavigne's nether regions play a lurid supporting role throughout).
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  39. sens *
  40. shoovers
    • 2009 September 6, Kathryn Flett, “Upfront: The toast of Random-on-Sea”, Guardian:
      So, Friday night and it's off to the Town Hall for a chance to mingle with the shoovers and makers of Random-on-Sea for the official opening of our excellent local arts festival, Coastal Currents, where I had, thrillingly, been invited to say a few words, presumably because all the local slebs were either still in Ibiza or, conceivably, at the Edinburgh International TV Festival, an event to which, for the first time in a decade, I hadn't been invited, but which therefore left me with both an impressively negligible carbon footprint and the chance to have a top night out cutting some ribbon, so I took my own, just in case, plus some posh scissors.
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  41. slebs
    • 2009 September 6, Kathryn Flett, “Upfront: The toast of Random-on-Sea”, Guardian:
      So, Friday night and it's off to the Town Hall for a chance to mingle with the shoovers and makers of Random-on-Sea for the official opening of our excellent local arts festival, Coastal Currents, where I had, thrillingly, been invited to say a few words, presumably because all the local slebs were either still in Ibiza or, conceivably, at the Edinburgh International TV Festival, an event to which, for the first time in a decade, I hadn't been invited, but which therefore left me with both an impressively negligible carbon footprint and the chance to have a top night out cutting some ribbon, so I took my own, just in case, plus some posh scissors.
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  42. sunshiiiine
    • 2009 September 6, Caspar Llewellyn Smith, “Oasis can't work it out”, Guardian:
      But as for the group's detractors, they made hay in the "sunshiiiine": "A vulgar, meretricious phenomenon which owed far more to marketing and spin than genuine talent," according to the Daily Mail.
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  43. troughed
    • 2009 September 6, Richard Wachman, “Xstrata weighs move for platinum producer Lonmin”, Guardian:
      But observers say a bid for Lonmin would make sense for Xstrata as the price is viewed as having "troughed", which could enable Davis to reap huge profits when recovery takes hold.
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  44. tweety
    • 2009 September 6, Miranda Sawyer, “Robbie returns”, Guardian:
      Witness Calvin Harris, who got himself into a right old tweety huff over a record review the other day, accusing the unnamed writer of giving other musicians - "rich people's kids" - good reviews "because mummy fucked the journo in the 80s"; but only giving Calvin's album two stars because the journo skipped through the tracks on his lunchbreak.
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  45. withdrawalist
  46. wouldnae

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