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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-18 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. disproportionality
    • 2009 September 18, Daniel Levy, “Israel must now heal itself”, Guardian:
      The report finds that the manifestations of human rights violations in Gaza were the structural byproduct of policies that encouraged the targeting of civilians – namely, an expansive definition of the so-called infrastructure of terrorism and an intentional price-tag of disproportionality.
  2. doctrination
  3. flumpence
  4. hoodless
  5. pannacotta
  6. pavlovian
    • 2009 September 18, Daniel Levy, “Israel must now heal itself”, Guardian:
      Their mirror image is the pavlovian and delusional Israel-can-do-no-wrong crowd, for whom behind any serious critique of Israel lays the nefarious machinations of age-old antisemitism, singling out the Jewish state and to hell with the facts.
  7. stilton *


  1. outbust - typo outburst
    • 2009 September 18, Megan Carpentier, “Shrinking white men”, Guardian:
      Ironically, Wilson's outbust came out of anger at the (untrue) possibility that this country might be willing to spend money to save the health and lives of other people of colour, here living in the shadows of Wilson's real (and white) America and quietly doing their jobs just out of sight of certain Americans who only see in white and, when it suits them, black.
  2. sportingbet - Commercial betting website
  3. threa - typo "threa t" => "threat"
    • 2009 September 18, Tomas Valasek, “Warsaw warms to Moscow”, Guardian:
      I doubt that the Poles sincerely hope to succeed where even Obama has failed so far – in convincing Russia that Nato was not a threa t, and that the west and Russia need not live in a zero-sum relationship.