|CRACKJAWS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|JACKSCREW||-||jackscrew n. A jack (mechanical lifting device) which is operated by turning a leadscrew.|
|JACKSTRAW||-||jackstraw n. (usually plural) One of the pieces used for the game variously called jackstraws or pick-up-sticks.|
jackstraw n. (dated) An insignificant person.
jackstraw adj. Resembling a bundle of jackstraws that has been strewn on a surface.
|JAWBATION||-||jawbation n. Alternative spelling of jobation.|
|JAWBONERS||-||jawboners n. plural of jawboner.|
|JAWBONING||-||jawboning v. present participle of jawbone.|
jawboning n. Persistent persuasive talk.
|JAYHAWKER||-||jayhawker n. (historical) An abolitionist raider in the Kansas-Missouri border skirmishes during the American Civil.|
jayhawker n. Any robber or bandit.
|JAYWALKED||-||jaywalked v. simple past tense and past participle of jaywalk.|
|JAYWALKER||-||jaywalker n. A person who violates pedestrian traffic regulations by crossing a street away from a designated crossing.|
jay-walker n. Alternative spelling of jaywalker.
|JERKWATER||-||jerkwater n. (US, historical) A train on a branch line.|
jerkwater adj. (US, colloquial, pejorative) Of an inhabited place, small, insignificant, and backward.
jerk water v. (US, rail transport, dated) To fill a steam locomotive water tank manually from natural water supplies.
|JIGSAWING||-||jigsawing v. present participle of jigsaw.|
|JURYWOMAN||-||jurywoman n. A female juror.|
|KABELJOUW||-||kabeljouw n. Alternative form of kabeljou.|
|STICKJAWS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|SWARAJISM||-||swarajism n. Support for swaraj.|
|SWARAJIST||-||swarajist n. A supporter of swaraj.|
|UNDERJAWS||-||underjaws n. plural of underjaw.|
|WATERJETS||-||waterjets n. plural of waterjet.|
water jets n. plural of water jet.
|WHIPJACKS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|