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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-09 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. acronymically
    • 2009 October 9, “Hey, you're getting more like us!”, Guardian:
      Then the action moves to double-super-secret Senate negotiations to hash out the differences between the two committees' plans (the other being what we call the Help committee acronymically).
  2. bolsheviks
    • 2009 October 9, Sam Wollaston, “Micro Men”, Guardian:
      Feeling less than unconstrained by the "penny-pushing bolsheviks" at the NEB, Sinclair resurrects a shadow company, putting trusted employee Chris Curry (Martin Freeman) in charge.
  3. chinny
    • 2009 October 9, Marina Hyde, “Tune into our racist culture war, live on primetime TV”, Guardian:
      After Ron Atkinson used the N-word in his repulsive verdict on the footballer Marcel Desailly , fellow pundit Jimmy Hill asked "why should that be any more of an offence than someone calling me chinny?", and both the blackface Jackson 5 and Du Beke have inspired similarly thoughtful defenders.
  4. clampers
    • 2009 October 9, Simon Hoggart, “Simon Hoggart's week: Strictly dancer is more dim than dastardly”, Guardian:
      Plenty have a single-burger rating, and it's worth reading some of the comments: dreadful overpriced food, long queues, filthy toilets, rude and unhelpful staff, clampers laying in wait for anyone who parks in the wrong place, overpriced fuel – they paint a vision of hellish, dysfunctional places, devoted only to extracting as much cash as possible before spitting you back on to the road.
  5. flytipping
  6. loosener
  7. loserboard
    • 2009 October 9, “London shares tread water ahead of Wall Street”, Guardian:
      The FTSE 100 is down 7.69 points at 5146.95 points at lunchtime, with the loserboard awash with mining stocks: Vedanta Resources is down 74p at £21.16, Xstrata down 15.5p at 950p, Eurasian down 17.5p at 925p and Anglo American down 31p at £21.51.
  8. lowerarchy
  9. talkboards


  1. applaudedtoday = applauded today
    • 2009 October 9, Michael White, “Soft-pedalling to power”, Guardian:
      Looking out for the poor, a sentiment much applaudedtoday, costs real money, especially when the banking tax take has collapsed.
  2. hamburg = Hamburg
  3. milliion = million