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There are 18 ten-letter words containing A, C, G and J

CAJOLINGLY-cajolingly adv. in a cajoling manner.
CARJACKING-carjacking v. present participle of carjack.
carjacking n. The violent hijacking of a vehicle and sometimes its driver.
car jacking n. The act of stealing an occupied car, often involving violence and/or threats.
CONJUGABLE-conjugable adj. Capable of being conjugated.
CONJUGALLY-conjugally adv. In a conjugal manner; as husband and wife.
CONJUGANTS-conjugants n. plural of conjugant.
CONJUGATED-conjugated adj. joined together in pairs.
conjugated adj. (chemistry) of an organic compound, or a part of such a compound, containing one or more pairs of double.
conjugated v. simple past tense and past participle of conjugate.
CONJUGATES-conjugates n. plural of conjugate.
conjugates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of conjugate.
CONJUGATOR-conjugator n. An automated process or written aide for giving the conjugation table of verbs.
CURRAJONGS-currajongs n. plural of currajong.
HIGHJACKED-highjacked v. simple past tense and past participle of highjack.
HIGHJACKER-highjacker n. Alternative spelling of hijacker.
JACKALLING-jackalling v. present participle of jackal.
JACKLIGHTS-jacklights n. plural of jacklight.
JACULATING-jaculating v. present participle of jaculate.
JAUNDICING-jaundicing v. present participle of jaundice.
SKYJACKING-skyjacking v. present participle of skyjack.
skyjacking n. The kidnapping of the passengers of an airplane by threat of force. The hijacking an airplane, especially.
TRAJECTING-trajecting v. present participle of traject.
UNCONJUGAL-unconjugal adj. Not conjugal.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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