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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-17 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. biomotion
    • 2009 February 17, Esther Addley, “Diary”, The Guardian:
      Yes, researchers at Georgia Tech in the United States have found a way to harvest small, irregular biomotion - this means "movement" - and turn it into usable energy, a breakthrough that has been achieved through hamster power.
  2. deconflict
  3. doncha
    • 2009 February 17, Esther Addley, “Diary”, The Guardian:
      But still, doncha just love science?!
  4. harbourside
    • 2009 February 17, Phillip Inman, “From plants to penthouses - the HBOS loans book”, The Guardian:
      Yesterday the company said a "stunning" new harbourside penthouse in Bristol was sold on the same day it was released, but so desperate was it to sell that the buyer needed only pay 75% of the price with the balance as an interest-free loan for up to 10 years.
  5. laboriousness
    • 2009 February 17, Lyn Gardner, “Where There's a Will”, The Guardian:
      How else to explain the hammy acting, missed timing and overall laboriousness of this production, which seems determined to prove that farce is merely comedy without meaning?
  6. permissibility
  7. reshowing
  8. swoonsome
    • 2009 February 17, Esther Addley, “Diary”, The Guardian:
      See, for a sorry example, the most recent edition of Police Review, featuring a spoof column from one-time swoonsome rozzer pin-up Jacqui Smith, who would seem to be setting Filth hearts a-racing no more.
  9. unrhetorical
    • 2009 February 17, Thomas Bingham, “Judges possess the weapon to challenge surveillance”, The Guardian:
      It has recently been described, in unrhetorical but chilling terms, by the House of Lords select committee on the constitution in its recent report on Surveillance , Citizens and the State: "Successive UK governments have gradually constructed one of the most extensive and technologically advanced surveillance systems in the world ...


  1. shockaholic - see -aholic