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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-02 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. favourability
  2. fellside
    • 2009 February 2, Tony Greenbank, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      Charlie Wilson, the Carlisle climber, had his ashes released on a fellside too.
  3. financialisation
    • 2009 February 2, Larry Elliott, “Overmighty banks lost the people's trust - they can't recover without regaining it”, The Guardian:
      But just as voters turned savagely on the Conservative party in 1992 when it was shown to be incompetent as well as uncaring, so the evidence that the Wall Street/City model of financialisation is utterly broken has engendered an entirely predictable loss of faith in business and all its works.
  4. gameshow
    • 2009 February 2, Martin Wainwright, “Carol + David = new Tory strategy to make maths fun”, The Guardian:
      She may have lost out on the really big sums when it came to staying with TV's long-running gameshow Countdown - but Carol Vorderman is about to bounce back into the centre of British maths .
  5. handbound
    • 2009 February 2, Sandra Laville, “Book world's silence helps tome raiders”, The Guardian:
      He proceeded to slice out sections of handbound books, causing £300,000 worth of damage - a crime for which he received two years in jail this month.
  6. pamphleteering
  7. partysanship
  8. ululant
    • 2009 February 2, John Pidgeon, “Clued to the past”, The Guardian:
      Lulu makes occasional appearances, not that she's relevant 45 years after Shout, but you can't deny that "backing singer" does lead amusingly to "ululant".