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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-22 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-23).

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28857 tokens ‧ 20875 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 3877 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.31%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. clubrooms
    • 2009 February 22, Ellen Whinnett, “Lakers won't be beaten”, Herald Sun:
      But the Government has promised new lights, the council a veranda for the new clubrooms and the netball playing lines will be redrawn on the tennis courts.
  2. downsizer
  3. flagbearer
  4. guernseys
    • 2009 February 22, “Slim hope for a tackle”, Herald Sun:
      COLLINGWOOD and Essendon footballers will be harder to catch this season, wearing new guernseys designed by adidas.
  5. seamers
    • 2009 February 22, Peter Lalor, “Bowlers cop a caning”, Herald Sun:
      The seamers struggled, although Hilfenhaus bowled well.
  6. uncontracted
    • 2009 February 22, Jay Clark, “Victory keen on vintage Muscat”, Herald Sun:
      The inspirational skipper is uncontracted next season and could bow out in fairytale fashion with a second A-League championship on Saturday night.
  7. unfilmable
    • 2009 February 22, James Wigney, “No more Mr Nice Guy”, Herald Sun:
      The dense, bleak, multilayered graphic novel was declared unfilmable first by its writer Alan Moore and then by 12 Monkeys director Terry Gilliam, who was the first man to try and fail.


  1. backfoot -> on the backfoot?
  2. spooner -> wooden spooner
    • 2009 February 22, Jackie Epstein, “Dees on the 'Rough' end”, Herald Sun:
      IT was a cruel twist that exposed the difference between premier Hawthorn and wooden spooner Melbourne.
  3. spooners
    • 2009 February 22, Jackie Epstein, “Dees on the 'Rough' end”, Herald Sun:
      But the wooden spooners, with effectively an extra month of training, started with intent and continued to run hard.