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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-26 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. attorneying
    • 2009 January 26, Jon Canter, “Just don't say the J word”, The Guardian:
      I'm presumed to know already what attorney generals do, so I'll pose no crass questions about the attorneying business, and whether it's getting more or less general these days.
  2. biodomes
    • 2009 January 26, Haroon Siddique, “Plan to replicate Eden project around the world”, The Guardian:
      He said he had turned down previous approaches because people simply wanted to replicate the Eden Project, with its famous biodomes and vast gardens, overseas.
  3. bodybags
    • 2009 January 26, Robert Tait, “Mountains claim 15 in Alps and Turkey”, The Guardian:
      TV footage showed one man being pulled from the snow in pain while rescuers carried stretchers and what appeared to be bodybags down the mountainside.
  4. corridas
  5. disorientingly
    • 2009 January 26, Judith Mackrell, “Sampled”, The Guardian:
      The head-spins in particular beggared belief: it was disorientingly like watching Carlos Acosta performing his most virtuoso pirouette sequences, but upside-down.
  6. gongos
    • 2009 January 26, Mark Tran, “Ethiopia curb on charities alarms human rights activists”, The Guardian:
      The only associations in Ethiopia that do not rely on foreign funds are the so-called mass associations, known as gongos, which are dismissed by critics as "impostors of democracy" because they are essentially ruling party or government-run organisations.
  7. lough
  8. newspeak
  9. postfeminist
    • 2009 January 26, Hadley Freeman, “There goes the sisterhood”, The Guardian:
      In a postfeminist world, some might have thought that the notion of sisterhood was dead.
  10. prefeminist
    • 2009 January 26, Hadley Freeman, “There goes the sisterhood”, The Guardian:
      But such suppositions are as misogynist as the prefeminist world because they assume women see themselves as one anxious lump, seething with mutual hatred and suspicion.
  11. purpling
    • 2009 January 26, Peter Preston, “Idiocy, by the book”, The Guardian:
      It seems, on the purpling face of it, supreme daftness.
  12. reflationary
    • 2009 January 26, Larry Elliott, “Darling plans new rescue package for ailing economy”, The Guardian:
      But with Gordon Brown to press fellow world leaders for co-ordinated reflationary action at the London summit of the G20 in early April, Darling has spent the last few weeks thinking of possible new expansion plans for a budget tentatively scheduled either for early March or after the visit of Obama to the G20 meeting.
  13. remutualisation
    • 2009 January 26, Larry Elliott, “Banks need to go back to being boring”, The Guardian:
      That will mean that high street banks will no longer be as profitable, and it would pave the way for remutualisation of a large chunk of the banking sector.
  14. ricochetted
    • 2009 January 26, Judith Mackrell, “Sampled”, The Guardian:
      The sequence in which they dived, somersaulted and ricochetted though a precariously balanced tower of hoops was exquisitely choreographed.
  15. soaraway
  16. treeline
    • 2009 January 26, “Obituary letters: John Rettie and Arne Naess”, The Guardian:
      There we were able to discuss the conservation problems of the area and visit the Inshriach pinewoods to talk about the character of the treeline, this location being one of the very few places in Britain where a near-natural treeline remains.
  17. voicelike
    • 2009 January 26, John Fordham, “David 'Fathead' Newman”, The Guardian:
      He never paraded his skills, however, but used them to power a bluesy and voicelike jazz of infectious eloquence, unleashed in huge, enveloping gusts of sound.