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The problem is that standalone it's a negative keyword. I can see development avenues for it though so it should generate some interest in the UK reseller market. As it stands though I think it unlikely an enduser would want just the word. I have about 10,000 uk domains parked on my platform (see link) and there are a lot of daily offers for worse terms. Did you buy this off a drop or hand register it? Just I'm surprised it didn't seem to have any backorders with my chasing clients and one tag had it from 1999 to 2017 I think.
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Hi Rob, thank you for replying. I will check out your link.

I saw that it was available on expireddomains.net, and yes, it is a negative word, but i *think* that it could potentially be worth something