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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-01 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. collectivisation
    • 2009 October 1, Alfred Hickling, “The Caucasian Chalk Circle”, Guardian:
      Alistair Beaton's new translation of Brecht's parable restores the frequently cut prologue, in which a harassed government official attempts to persuade a group of farmers to see the benefits of collectivisation, and is told that he will have to watch a play first.
  2. crowings
    • 2009 October 1, Paul MacInnes, “Readers recommend: Songs about victory”, Guardian:
      Being the thoughtful, considerate, social people they are, songs featuring the crowings of winners leave them slightly cold.
  3. emailer
  4. erotics
    • 2009 October 1, Tim Ashley, “Tristan und Isolde”, Guardian:
      It sounds good, too, though conductor Antonio Pappano pitches the opening scenes at too low an emotional level, and only really gets into his stride with the erotics of the second act.
  5. fleabite
  6. raggare
  7. wholefood
    • 2009 October 1, Alfred Hickling, “The Caucasian Chalk Circle”, Guardian:
      But it isn't entirely free of what might be termed the wholefood aspect of Brecht, whereby if something is gritty and a bit indigestible then it must be good for you.


  1. chickencam
  2. cluckcam
  3. fatcatcam
  4. negiotiating = negotiating
    • 2009 October 1, Phillip Inman, “London Stock Exchange in talks to buy rival Turquoise Trading”, Guardian:
      The London Stock Exchange was tonight negiotiating to buy start-up trading platform Turquoise in a move that could end a three-year feud between the LSE and the nine investment banks behind the recently formed rival operation.
  5. todaythat = today that
    • 2009 October 1, Larry Elliot, “Cut NHS costs to pay off debt, IMF warns Britain”, Guardian:
      Britain was served notice by the International Monetary Fund todaythat reforms to healthcare and pensions will be needed to repair the long-term damage to public finances caused by the global recession.
  6. wikipedia = Wikipedia