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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-21 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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32140 tokens ‧ 18 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 18 types ‧ 18 (~ 100%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-21[edit]

  1. clearout
    • 2009 September 21, Polly Toynbee, “A deathbed conversion will do. It's now or never for PR”, Guardian:
      The Vote for a Change coalition for proportional representation makes the crucial link between the scandal and the need for a Westminster clearout: safe seats for life create a culture of complacency and corruption.
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  2. diaphonous
    • 2009 September 21, Ian Gittins, “Florence and the Machine”, Guardian:
      Alabaster-skinned and statuesque in micro-shorts and a diaphonous black cape, Welch has the crowd eating out of her hand from the opening Kiss With a Fist, a paean to dysfunctional relationships that suggests Tori Amos fronting the Banshees.
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  3. gigatonnes
  4. mapholders
    • 2009 September 21, Sam Wollaston, “Merlin and Trinity”, Guardian:
      And now thousands of funny people with brightly coloured outdoor clothing and maps in plastic mapholders follow in their footsteps, ticking them off.
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  5. miyan
    • 2009 September 21, Reginald Massey, “Raj Singh Dungarpur obituary”, Guardian:
      He asked Ahzaruddin in a casual manner: "Miyan, would you care to be the captain?" the word "miyan" being the friendly, respectful term used to address Muslims.
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  6. scatalogical
    • 2009 September 21, Adrian Searle, “Anish Kapoor: A very fine mess”, Guardian:
      But his paint-bombing bombardment and this train are generative, fecund gestures, as well as scatalogical.
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  7. sixers
    • 2009 September 21, Reginald Massey, “Raj Singh Dungarpur obituary”, Guardian:
      His hero was CK Naidu, the hard-hitting Indian batsman with a penchant for sixers.
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  8. sloanes
    • 2009 September 21, Sam Wollaston, “Merlin and Trinity”, Guardian:
      Meanwhile, a couple of idiot stoners huddle in a wheely bin as arrogant sloanes with posh floppy hair exercise an ancient privilege by peeing on them.
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  9. snakey
    • 2009 September 21, Sam Wollaston, “Merlin and Trinity”, Guardian:
      He makes a lovely Cedric, a snakey character slithering into Arthur's affections in order to nick a big blue jewel.
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  10. timelag
  11. uniques *
  12. wheely
    • 2009 September 21, Sam Wollaston, “Merlin and Trinity”, Guardian:
      Meanwhile, a couple of idiot stoners huddle in a wheely bin as arrogant sloanes with posh floppy hair exercise an ancient privilege by peeing on them.
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  13. whumff
    • 2009 September 21, Adrian Searle, “Anish Kapoor: A very fine mess”, Guardian:
      There is a hiss of compressed air, a very loud bang, and a 20-pound slug of solid crimson paint makes a 50mph parabola across the room, landing with a satisfying wet whumff on the far wall.
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