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There are 15 seven-letter words containing 2A, C and J

ACAJOUS-acajous n. plural of acajou.
CAJAPUT-cajaput n. Alternative form of cajuput.
CARJACK-carjack v. (transitive) To steal an automobile forcibly from (someone).
carjack v. (transitive) To forcibly steal (a vehicle).
car-jack v. Alternative spelling of carjack.
CATJANG-catjang n. A cowpea native to Africa, Vigna unguiculata, sometimes Vigna unguiculata subsp. cylindrica, a densely-branched.
JACALES-jacales n. plural of jacal.
JACAMAR-jacamar n. Any of various insectivorous tropical birds, of the family Galbulidae, having iridescent plumage and a.
JACANAS-jacanas n. plural of jacana.
JACARES-jacares n. plural of jacare.
JACKALS-jackals n. plural of jackal.
jackals v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jackal.
JACKASS-jackass n. A male donkey.
jackass n. A foolish or stupid person.
jackass n. An inappropriately rude or obnoxious person.
JACKDAW-jackdaw n. A European bird of the crow family (Coloeus monedula), often nesting in church towers and ruins.
jackdaw n. A Daurian jackdaw, a closely related Asian bird (Coloeus dauuricus).
JACKMAN-jackman n. (motor racing) A member of the pit crew responsible for lifting the car with a jack.
jackman n. (obsolete) One wearing a jack; a horse soldier; a retainer.
jackman n. (obsolete) A cream cheese.
JALAPIC-Sorry, definition not available.
JICAMAS-jicamas n. plural of jicama.
MANJACK-manjack n. (Caribbean) A person; the average or common person; anybody.
manjack n. (geology) A form of bitumen-rich asphalt found in Barbados and Trinidad.
manjack n. Various plants in the genus Cordia.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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