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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-05 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. bladeless
    • 2009 March 5, Sarah Poyntz, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      They put out to sea at full tide: the oars were bladeless and these currachs skimmed the Atlantic waters with about a centimetre of skin between rowers and fathomless sea.
  2. chefwatchers
    • 2009 March 5, Tim Hayward, “Tim Hayward on Gordon Ramsay, a successful brand - but of what?”, The Guardian:
      For a long time the fervid world of online chefwatchers has been abuzz with speculation about the persistent absence of filed accounts and, meanwhile, the tabloids seem to have tired of stories of his celebrity antics and photogenic family life and are beginning to circle for much juicier targets in his personal life.
  3. heapings
  4. lionisation
  5. machineguns
    • 2009 March 5, John Samuel, “John Rodda”, The Guardian:
      Grim-faced German police, machineguns looped over their shoulders, were unlikely to be impressed by the arrival a middle-aged athlete coming to a halt before them, struggling for breath.
  6. shamateurism
    • 2009 March 5, John Samuel, “John Rodda”, The Guardian:
      Although a strong opponent of shamateurism, he foresaw many of the problems of professionalism, commercialism, drug-taking and TV domination.
  7. supranormal
    • 2009 March 5, John Samuel, “John Rodda”, The Guardian:
      Rodda returned to usual duties, though these proved supranormal.
  8. tenorist
    • 2009 March 5, John Fordham, “Hank Crawford”, The Guardian:
      His death followed within a month those of baritone saxophonist Leroy Cooper and tenorist David "Fathead" Newman.


  1. whaff
    • 2009 March 5, Hugh Muir, “Diary”, The Guardian:
      Was it Boris and all that whiff whaff?