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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-06 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-07).

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  1. ambos *
  2. bandaid
    • 2009 February 6, Barefoot Investor Scott Pape, “Time to sock it away”, Herald Sun:
      The policy risks becoming a very expensive bandaid for a deep wound which is only just beginning to bleed.
  3. dilutionary
    • 2009 February 6, Geoff Easdown, “Qantas shares nosedive”, Herald Sun:
      "For small shareholders it is very dilutionary and they are in for a hard road ahead," he told BusinessDaily.
  4. fitouts
    • 2009 February 6, Norrie Ross, “Cadbury Chocolate bid to monopolise purple fails”, Herald Sun:
      Cadbury Schweppes has fought a six-year battle, chewing up millions of dollars in legal costs, to try to prove Darrell Lea breached the Trade Practices Act by using purple in its packaging, staff uniforms and store fitouts.
  5. goalscoring
    • 2009 February 6, Grantley Bernard, “Ernie Merrick flags concern”, Herald Sun:
      Declaring Victory had been robbed of goalscoring chances with 13 wrong offside decisions this season, Merrick wants flags kept down unless an attacker is clearly offside.
  6. neonatalogist
    • 2009 February 6, Rob Woollard in Los Angeles, “Octuplets mum Nadya Suleman breaks her silence”, Herald Sun:
      "The babies will be going home one at a time as each reaches near-normal newborn weight," Mandhir Gupta, neonatalogist at the hospital, said.
  7. oreos
  8. overwatered
    • 2009 February 6, Tim Habel, “Bert breaks his duck”, Herald Sun:
      Vasil said the curator had overwatered and several jockeys described the ground as patchy, with most winners swooping down the centre of the track.
  9. pastoralist
    • 2009 February 6, “More rain for flood-ravaged Queensland”, Herald Sun:
      Normanton pastoralist and local butcher Troy Gallagher said more than 100 of his 3500 cattle had died and he feared another 100 could be lost to starvation and exhaustion.
  10. pedestrianisation
  11. ppg
    • 2009 February 6, Grantley Bernard, “Boomers lick their wounds”, Herald Sun:
      Due to start a five-year $93 million contract extension next season, Bogut had been averaging 11.7 ppg and 10.3 rebounds while playing with back pain in recent games.
  12. reinsman
    • 2009 February 6, Matt Stewart, “Travelling to the top”, Herald Sun:
      Top reinsman Gavin Lang said his mate was both lucky and talented.
  13. spineboard
  14. sportsgrounds
  15. superstop
  16. superstops


  1. caesarian *