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There are 17 nine-letter words containing A, E, J and Y

ADJACENCY-adjacency n. (uncountable) The quality of being adjacent, or near enough so as to touch.
adjacency n. (countable) A relationship of being adjacent to something.
DEEJAYING-deejaying v. present participle of deejay.
ENJOYABLE-enjoyable adj. Pleasant, capable of giving pleasure.
ENJOYABLY-enjoyably adv. In an enjoyable manner.
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.
JEALOUSLY-jealously adv. In a jealous manner.
JELLYBEAN-jellybean n. Alternative spelling of jelly bean.
jellybean adj. (slang, electronics) of an electronic component: generic, standard, vanilla, easy to find.
jelly bean n. A small, bean-shaped, chewy candy/sweet with a firm coating and a jelly-like center, made of sugar, flavoring.
JERRYCANS-jerrycans n. plural of jerrycan.
jerry cans n. plural of jerry can.
JOLLYHEAD-jollyhead n. (obsolete) jollity.
JONNYCAKE-jonnycake n. Alternative spelling of johnnycake.
MARYJANES-Mary Janes n. plural of Mary Jane.
SERJEANCY-serjeancy n. Obsolete form of sergeancy.
SERJEANTY-serjeanty n. (Britain) A form of land ownership under the feudal system, where a family held an estate in exchange.
SKYJACKED-skyjacked v. simple past tense and past participle of skyjack.
SKYJACKER-skyjacker n. A person who commits skyjacking, who skyjacks.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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