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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-17 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-18).

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  1. deepish
    • 2009 February 17, “Paul Collingwood makes century before England declare”, Herald Sun:
      Prior struck six fours off 61 balls before he provided left-arm medium pacer Brendan Nash with his maiden test wicket, the right-hander lofting a catch to deepish mid-off just before tea.
  2. deficitists
    • 2009 February 17, Terry McCrann, “If the job goes to Hockey the others can jockey”, Herald Sun:
      Although we are all "deficitists" now - indeed Swan can't stop saying the word now, after spending his first 12 months as treasurer whiting it out of every dictionary he could get his hands on - the voting public remains deeply sceptical.
  3. formline
    • 2009 February 17, ADRIAN DUNN, MELBOURNE, “Diamond run hinges on test”, Herald Sun:
      Dunn noted that Maka Ena had a similar formline to some of his previous winners who had run well, but missed the Diamond preludes.
  4. lineball
    • 2009 February 17, AAP, “SA thriller re-opens Sheffield Shield final race”, Herald Sun:
      Bailey had endured a difficult day of toil into the footmarks, but after having one tight appeal against Hartley denied he won a lineball lbw verdict to dismiss the doughty 'keeper and open the tail.
  5. locomotions
  6. noteholders
  7. preselection
  8. topweight
    • 2009 February 17, TIM HABEL, MELBOURNE, “Weekend Hussler focus on back magic”, Herald Sun:
      But he will now turn his sights to tomorrow's $200,000 Mornington Cup with topweight Banana Man.