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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-09 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. aaargh
    • 2009 February 9, Siobhain Butterworth, “Open door”, The Guardian:
      Emails with "aaargh!" in the subject line catch the eye.
  2. artificialities
    • 2009 February 9, Michael Devereux and Judith Freedman, “The system must change”, The Guardian:
      But the reason for this is that our system of taxation is itself full of artificialities and complexities.
  3. communitarianism
    • 2009 February 9, Madeleine Bunting, “The maverick ideas of red Toryism could give Cameron a potent edge”, The Guardian:
      On the other hand, Cameron's flirtation with Blond's ideas might be just a phase, rather like when his mentor Tony Blair dallied with communitarianism in the mid-90s and was wont to quote the Quaker philosopher John Macmurray.
  4. grillings
  5. managerialism
  6. relocalisation
    • 2009 February 9, Madeleine Bunting, “The maverick ideas of red Toryism could give Cameron a potent edge”, The Guardian:
      Jon Cruddas, who is now rereading RH Tawney, Richard Titmuss and Arnold Toynbee, argues the most positive would be if Blond's emphasis on social justice and relocalisation of the economy opened up space for Labour to rediscover its own ethical radical tradition.
  7. studier
    • 2009 February 9, Tom Sutcliffe, “Richard Salter”, The Guardian:
      Salter also acquired a reputation as a fantastically quick studier.
  8. synthesiser
    • 2009 February 9, John L Walters, “Gary Husband's Drive”, The Guardian:
      He occasionally plays synthesiser with his left hand while playing drums with his feet and right hand.
  9. tablewear
    • 2009 February 9, Peter Preston, “Goodbye, posh scallops”, The Guardian:
      They hook up together, buy some pots, pans and plain tablewear - and if, a few years on, there's reason to make it legal, they never think of a Wedgwood pile.
  10. weasely
    • 2009 February 9, “The tax gap: Comment & reply”, The Guardian:
      We must no longer let corporations hide behind the weasely distinction between the words "avoidance" and "evasion" and the myth that one is legal and the other illegal.