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ACJL

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There are 14 eight-letter words containing A, C, J and L

ABJECTLY-abjectly adv. With great shame, desperately; in an abject fashion. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.].
BLUEJACK-bluejack v. (transitive) To send messages to (a device) anonymously using Bluetooth.
blue jack n. copper sulphate.
CAJOLERS-cajolers n. plural of cajoler.
CAJOLERY-cajolery n. cajolement.
CAJOLING-cajoling v. present participle of cajole.
cajoling n. The act of one who cajoles.
CONJUGAL-conjugal adj. Of or relating to marriage, or the relationship of spouses.
FLAPJACK-flapjack n. (US) A pancake.
flapjack n. (Britain) A bar made of (though not limited to) rolled oats, butter, golden syrup, and brown sugar, and.
JACKLEGS-jacklegs n. plural of jackleg.
JACKROLL-jackroll v. (transitive) To rob or mug (a person).
JACULATE-jaculate v. To throw or cast, as a dart; to throw out; to emit.
JUDICIAL-judicial adj. Of or relating to the administration of justice.
judicial adj. Of or relating to the court system or the judicial branch of government.
judicial adj. Of or relating to judgeship or the judiciary, the collective body of judges.
LOCKJAWS-lockjaws n. plural of lockjaw.
MAJOLICA-majolica n. A fine Italian tin-glazed earthenware, coated with opaque white enamel and ornamented with metallic colours.
majolica n. An English tin-glazed earthenware, coated with opaque white enamel, ornamented with metal oxide colours.
majolica n. A lead-glazed earthenware decorated with colored lead glazes applied directly to an unglazed body, then.
SLAPJACK-slapjack n. (US, dialect) A type of pancake, or flapjack.
slapjack n. A simple card game similar to snap.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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