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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-10 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. demobbed
    • 2009 February 10, Pamela Weston, “Obituary: Mitchell Lurie”, The Guardian:
      On being demobbed with a commercial pilot licence, he first rented an aircraft and then, in conjunction with a couple of musician colleagues, invested in a small Cessna monoplane enabling them to take to the air to reach concert halls in far-off parts.
  2. gamekeeping
  3. redomiciling
    • 2009 February 10, Tax gap reporting team, “Low-tax, low-cost flight to Dublin”, The Guardian:
      Henderson's chief financial officer, Toby Hiscock, said: "In redomiciling to the Republic of Ireland, we are confident that we are acting within the relevant laws and rules of tax residence.
  4. reorchestration
    • 2009 February 10, Tim Ashley, “LPO/Järvi”, The Guardian:
      Neeme Järvi and the London Philharmonic have been examining curiosities and rarities of late - playing Taneyev alongside Tchaikovsky, unearthing Mahler's reorchestration of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and now, finally, giving us a chance to hear Dvoŕák's seldom performed Requiem.
  5. wastages
    • 2009 February 10, Polly Toynbee, “These rottweilers do the work of the Tories for them”, The Guardian:
      But at least the spending is pretty transparent, audited and scrutinised, whereas very little can be gleaned from public companies' minimal accounts on their wastages.
  6. watermeadow
    • 2009 February 10, Paul Kingsnorth, “A line in the green sand”, The Guardian:
      To me, building a motorway through ancient downland, or a bypass through a watermeadow, was a desecration.
  7. worra