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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-15 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-09-15[edit]

  1. addended
    • 2009 September 15, “America's bailed out companies ban first-class flights and antique desks”, Guardian:
      Staff can only fly on the bank's corporate jet if commercial flights are "not reasonably available" and only chief executive Vikram Pandit can use the plane for personal trips - although Pandit has addended the policy with an undertaking that he will not do so.
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  2. colleages
  3. divestments
    • 2009 September 15, George Osborne, “Full text of George Osborne's speech”, Guardian:
      It also means that increased competition – whether through new entrants, the expansion of existing smaller players, or divestments by dominant groups – is vital in order to achieve a better deal for customers and put downwards pressure on margins.
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  4. fraiche *
    • 2009 September 15, Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers, “Italian classics”, Guardian:
      Serve warm, with icing sugar and creme fraiche.
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  5. hydroflurocarbon
  6. inamoratas
    • 2009 September 15, Lucy Mangan, “Cable girl: Dating in the Dark”, Guardian:
      Just your face, I mean"), the time comes to describe to a sketch artist what they think their chosen partners look like, the girls give descriptions that result in virtually photographic reproductions of their unseen inamoratas.
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  7. kiev
    • 2009 September 15, “Pass notes: Holly Willoughby”, Guardian:
      "Still to come: The Nolans sing live and chef Dean Edwards makes my favourite dish – chicken kiev!"
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  8. overclaimed
    • 2009 September 15, Michael White, “Expenses earthquake will provide more shockwaves”, Guardian:
      Harman listed four basic principles: transparency that allows voters to see how their taxes are spent; a system of payback by MPs and ex-MPs whom Legg's team decide overclaimed during the past five years; stricter rules of accountability and audit; and independent external regulation by the new Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) which advertised for senior staff this weekend.
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  9. peacockish
  10. poppiness
    • 2009 September 15, Caroline Sullivan, “Tori Amos”, Guardian:
      Of the handful of songs from the album, a jazzy Lady in Blue made the greatest impression, as almost the only deviation from the lush, piano-led poppiness that defined the rest of the set.
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  11. residually
    • 2009 September 15, Nicholas Watt and Amelia Gentleman, “Iain Duncan Smith urges welfare reform to get jobless into work”, Guardian:
      Unless we put the system right now we run the risk of increasing the number of residually unemployed, only this time it will manifest itself as large numbers of younger people permanently excluded from gainful employment."
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  12. symbologist
    • 2009 September 15, Mark Lawson, “The Lost Symbol: A puzzling, rollicking piece of tosh”, Guardian:
      Once again, the Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is obstructed in his quest to crack this puzzle by a shaven-headed weirdo with a talent for disguise and a tendency to think apocalyptic thoughts in long paragraphs of italics.
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  13. undercapitalised
    • 2009 September 15, George Osborne, “Full text of George Osborne's speech”, Guardian:
      If the banking system remains undercapitalised – with so called 'zombie banks' – then the monetary transmission mechanism will be broken.
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  14. unpalatability
    • 2009 September 15, Seumas Milne, “Brown offers unions a sugared pill”, Guardian:
      Given the unpalatability of the New Labour message to a trade union audience, the speech's relatively lukewarm reception could have been a good deal worse from Brown's point of view.
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  15. woodfired
    • 2009 September 15, Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers, “Italian classics”, Guardian:
      There is a debate about seasoning the meat before or after grilling, but all you really need is a well-hung T-bone steak that weighs 2.5–3kg and, ideally, a woodfired grill.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. acrue = accrue
    • 2009 September 15, Michael White, “Expenses earthquake will provide more shockwaves”, Guardian:
      Does the principle that no "personal financial benefit" should acrue from expenses mean those who do profit from London flat sales hand the profit back?
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  2. foundly - "pro foundly" => "profoundly"
    • 2009 September 15, Gordon Brown, “Full text of Gordon Brown's speech to the TUC”, Guardian:
      But today these lessons, that when people need help you cannot walk away, are pro foundly relevant, because the fears of depression have been precisely the worries workers, homeowners, savers and businesses have faced in the last twelve months.
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  3. yesterdayhas - "yesterdayhas" => "yesterday has"
  • Invented words . . .
  1. acersecomick
    • 2009 September 15, “From the archive: Dr Johnson's Birmingham insult reversed”, Guardian:
      For example – "bubulcitate" was supposed to mean "to cry like a cowboy", "acersecomick" – "one whose hair was never cut"; "eurybatizise" – "to steal things in a house"; and "nixuriate" – "to endeavour."
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  2. bubulcitate
    • 2009 September 15, “From the archive: Dr Johnson's Birmingham insult reversed”, Guardian:
      For example – "bubulcitate" was supposed to mean "to cry like a cowboy", "acersecomick" – "one whose hair was never cut"; "eurybatizise" – "to steal things in a house"; and "nixuriate" – "to endeavour."
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  3. clairty = clarity
  4. eurybatizise
    • 2009 September 15, “From the archive: Dr Johnson's Birmingham insult reversed”, Guardian:
      For example – "bubulcitate" was supposed to mean "to cry like a cowboy", "acersecomick" – "one whose hair was never cut"; "eurybatizise" – "to steal things in a house"; and "nixuriate" – "to endeavour."
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  5. nixuriate
    • 2009 September 15, “From the archive: Dr Johnson's Birmingham insult reversed”, Guardian:
      For example – "bubulcitate" was supposed to mean "to cry like a cowboy", "acersecomick" – "one whose hair was never cut"; "eurybatizise" – "to steal things in a house"; and "nixuriate" – "to endeavour."
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