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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-26 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. bossnappings
    • 2009 March 26, Angelique Chrisafis, “French executive held hostage by staff”, The Guardian:
      Over a hundred striking workers were last night holding a French executive hostage at a health products plant in the latest in a trend of "bossnappings".
  2. consolidatory
  3. cosified
  4. demonisation
  5. disproportionality
    • 2009 March 26, “Letters: The aftermath of Gaza”, The Guardian:
      The problem for the paper's leader writers is that, as long as Israeli civilian or military casualties do not come anywhere near those of the Palestinians, then there is a disproportionality which they regard as inherently unjust.
  6. longlived
    • 2009 March 26, Simon Jenner, “Derek Stanford”, The Guardian:
      But the multi-tasking, longlived 1890s critic Arthur Symons is the writer Stanford deserves to be measured against.
  7. regurgitative
    • 2009 March 26, Polly Curtis, “Education unions plan 2010 Sats boycott”, The Guardian:
      Mick Brookes, the NAHT general secretary, said: "Testing narrows the curriculum and makes learning shallow, because the tests are simply regurgitative.
  8. resiles
  9. rollcall


  1. ylang