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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-13 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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34248 tokens ‧ 17 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 17 types ‧ 17 (~ 100%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-13[edit]

  1. deconstructivist
    • 2009 September 13, Sarah Phillips, “British design experts on the nation's visual health”, Guardian:
      You could argue that it's harder for designers to express the spirit of a complex, multicultural society like contemporary Britain, but Matthew Dent did it brilliantly with his ­ "deconstructivist" coins for the Royal Mint.
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  2. frontchap
    • 2009 September 13, Caroline Sullivan, “Coldplay/Jay-Z”, Guardian:
      It tells you all you need to know about Coldplay 's status that they launched a four-night UK stadium jaunt with the world's best-known rapper as their opening act – even if frontchap Chris Martin did deflate the moment by cackling, "I still can't quite believe it."
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  3. immoderation
    • 2009 September 13, Peter Preston, “A restraint too far”, Guardian:
      And if we're talking immoderation, then we have to talk about other unpleasant things: such as obesity.
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  4. overwound
    • 2009 September 13, Clare Brennan, “The Miser”, Guardian:
      Bizarre characters shoot around the stage like overwound clockwork toys.
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  5. plangently
    • 2009 September 13, Peter Preston, “A restraint too far”, Guardian:
      The chairman of the BMA ethics committee talked plangently about a profession in "denial" .
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  6. pointily
    • 2009 September 13, Clare Brennan, “The Miser”, Guardian:
      Wigs introduce an element of danger: Cléante, dismayed to discover his father intends to marry the girl he loves, almost impales his lover on spikes sticking pointily from his head; that Danny Lee Wynter is so touchingly tender underneath this is miraculous.
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  7. spyhole
    • 2009 September 13, Ariane Sherine, “Golden shower”, Guardian:
      Then there is a shuffling sound, and the quiet slide of a spyhole cover.
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  8. teutonic
  9. viagra *

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