Jacent: (not comparable) lying at the length.
Jacketed: covered with a jacket.
Jacobean: relating to the reign of James I of England.
Jacobian: relating to the work of mathematician K G. J Jacobi.
Jacobin: used to describe a member of a democratic club established in Paris in 1789.
Jacobinic: of or relating to the Jacobins of the French Revolution.
Jacobinical: of or relating to the Jacobins of the French Revolution.
Jacobite: relating to or denoting supporters of the deposed James II and his descendants in their claim to the British throne after the Revolution of 1688.
Jacobitic: of or pertaining to the Jacobites; characterized by Jacobitism.
Jacobitical: of or pertaining to the Jacobites.
Jacquard: a fabric with an elaborately woven pattern produced on a Jacquard loom.
Jaculable: fit for throwing.
Jaculatory: relating to hurling or throwing.
Jaded: bored or lacking enthusiasm, typically after having had too much of something.
Jadish: having the qualities or characteristics of a jade.
Jagged: rough and with sharp points.
Jaggy: rough, with many sharp points.
Jalapic: of or relating to jalap.
Jalousied: furnished with jalousies; as, jalousied porches.
Jamaican: relating to Jamaica or tis people.
Jammed: unable to move
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jam-packed: extremely crowded or full to capacity.
jangling: make or cause to make a ringing metallic sound, typically a discordant one.
Janizarian: of or pertaining to the janizaries, or their government.
Janty: sprightly in manner or appearance.
Janus: an ancient Italian deity, guardian of doorways, gates, and protector of the state in time of war.
Japan: a country in East Asia formed of a group of islands.
Japanese: relating to Japan or its language, culture, or people.
Japanned: covered with a hard black varnish.
Japannish: after the manner of Japanese; resembling japanned articles.
Japhetic: denoting a discredited grouping of languages that postulated a relationship between Basque, Etruscan, and Georgian among others.
Jargonic: (not comparable) of or pertaining to the mineral jargon.
Jarring: incongruous in a striking or shocking way.
Jasperated: containing particles of jasper, mixed with jasper.
Jaspery: containing or resembling jasper.
Jaspidean: resembling jasper.
Jaspideous: containing or resembling jasper.
Jaspoid: containing or resembling jasper.
Jatrophic: of or relating to physic nuts.
Jaundiced: affected by jaundice, in particular unnaturally yellow in complexion.
Jealous: feeling or showing an envious resentment of someone or their achievements, possessions, or perceived advantages.
Jeering: making rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice.
Jeffersonian: pertaining to or advocating the political principles and doctrines of Thomas Jefferson.
Jehovistic: of or relating to the religion of Jehovah.
Jejunal: relating to jejunum.
Jejune: naïve, simplistic, and superficial; (of ideas or writings) dry and uninteresting.
Jellied: jellied meat or fish is cooked and then served in its own juices that become firm when cold.
Jemmy: a short crowbar used by a burglar to force open a window or door.
Jeopardous: perilous, dangerous, and risky.
Jerky: characterized by abrupt stops and starts.
Jerquing: the searching of a ship for unentered goods.
Jessant: describing a charge which appears over, or covers, another charge as well as the field.
Jessed: a short strap fastened around the leg of a bird used in falconry, to which a leash may be fastened.
Jestful: giving to jesting; full of jokes.
Jesting: said or done for amusement; joking.
Jesuited: conforming to the principles of the Jesuits.
Jesuitic: having qualities of Jesuits or Jesuitism.
Jesuitical: of or relating to Jesuits or Jesuitism.
Jet: a rapid stream of liquid or gas forced out of a small opening.
jet-propelled: an aircraft powered by one or more jet engines.
Jetty: a landing stage or small pier at which boats can dock or be moved.
Jeweled: decorated with jewels.
Jewish: relating to, associated with, or denoting Jews or Judaism.
Jubate: possessing a mane or mane-like hair.
Jubilant: feeling or expressing great happiness and triumph.
Jubilar: pertaining to, or having the character of, a jubilee.
Judaic: relating to Judaism or the ancient Jews.
Judaical: of, by, or appropriate to a law court or judge; relating to the administration of justice.
Judaistic: of or pertaining to Judaism.
Judas: if you accuse someone of being a Judas, you mean that they are deceitful and can betray their friends or country.
Judean: relating to or characteristic of Judea, the southern part of ancient Palestine.
Judge: a public officer appointed to decide cases in a law court.
Judgmental: of or concerning the use of judgement.
Judicative: having the ability to judge.
Judicatory: of or relating to judgement or the administration of justice.
Judicial: of, by, or appropriate to a law court or judge.
Judiciary: the judicial authorities of a country, judges collectively.
Judicious: having, showing, or done with good sense or judgement.
Jugal: relating to the zygoma (the bony arch of the cheek).
Jugated: coupled together.
Juggling: continuously toss into the air and catch a number of objects so as to keep at least one in the air while handling others.
Jugular: of the neck or throat.
Juiceless: lacking interest or stimulation.
Juicy: (of food) full of juice; succulent.
Julaceous: like an ament, or bearing aments.
Julian: of or relating to Julius Caesar.
Juliform: having the shape or appearance of a julus or catkin.
Jump: push oneself off a surface and into the air by using the muscles in one’s legs and feet.
jumped-up: denoting someone who considers themselves to be more important than they really are.
jumping: to move or act suddenly.
Juncaceous: belonging to a family of grasslike plants with small brown flowers.
Juncous: full of rushes
Jungly: characterized by jungle.
Junior: denoting young or younger people.
Jural: relating to the law.
Jurassic: relating to or denoting the second period of the Mesozoic era, between the Triassic and Cretaceous periods.
Juratory: relating to or expressed in an oath.
Juridic: of or relating to the administration of the justice or the office of a judge.
Juridical: relating to the judicial proceedings and the administration of the law.
Jurisdiction: the official power to make legal decisions and judgements.
Jurisdictional: connected with the authority of a court or official organization to make decisions and judgements.
Jurisdictive: having jurisdiction.