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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-07 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-08).

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30139 tokens ‧ 21777 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4012 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.399%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. credentialled
  2. destabilisers
    • 2009 March 7, By Patricia Karvelas, “Costello wants the top job, say Lib MPs”, Herald Sun:
      But former Liberal minister and veteran MP Wilson Tuckey defended Mr Costello's right to speak out, saying those who were accusing him of destabilising the party were the real destabilisers.
  3. superband
    • 2009 March 7, Tiffany Bakker, “Reigning Men”, Herald Sun:
      The influential Pearl Jam singer phoned the band in a gesture that almost seemed like a sly passing of the rock'n'roll superband mantle.
  4. symbrachydactyly
    • 2009 March 7, Georgie Pilcher, “Little Angus Rhodes swapped a couple of toes for fingers”, Herald Sun:
      Angus was born with symbrachydactyly , a condition believed to be caused when blood flow is limited to the hand in the womb, restricting its development and often causing short, malformed fingers.
  5. trainwreck
    • 2009 March 7, Terry Brown and David Murray, “New look for Michael Jackson”, Herald Sun:
      POP trainwreck Michael Jackson is set to show his face on stage in his first big show for 12 years.
  6. waterski
    • 2009 March 7, Liam Houlihan and Mark Dunn, “Dirty water threatens key Moomba events”, Herald Sun:
      Tests in the area where the international waterski event is held showed an e-coli count ranging from more than 240,000 earlier in the week to 9300 yesterday.


  1. exhause -> here just misspelling of exhaust
    • 2009 March 7, AAP, “Vics show Bulls no mercy”, Herald Sun:
      The Vics added 371 on Saturday, but more importantly kept the Bulls in the field for 112 overs - day three was longer to make up for the rain-affected first two days - in a bid to exhause them for next week.
  2. tingers