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There are 20 nine-letter words containing A, G, J and R

CURRAJONG-currajong n. Alternative form of kurrajong.
JABBERING-jabbering v. present participle of jabber.
jabbering n. Speech that jabbers; gibberish.
JAGGARIES-jaggaries n. plural of jaggary.
JAGGERIES-jaggeries n. plural of jaggery.
JAGHIRDAR-jaghirdar n. One who holds a jaghir.
jaghirdar n. A mayor.
JARGONEER-jargoneer n. (rare, sometimes capitalized) A person who uses a great deal of jargon when speaking or writing, especially.
JARGONELS-jargonels n. plural of jargonel.
JARGONING-jargoning v. present participle of jargon.
jargoning n. Unintelligible speech.
JARGONISE-jargonise v. Alternative form of jargonize.
JARGONISH-jargonish adj. Full of jargon.
JARGONIST-jargonist n. One addicted to jargon; one who uses cant or slang.
JARGONIZE-jargonize v. (intransitive) To speak or write using jargon.
jargonize v. (transitive) To convert into jargon; to express using jargon.
JARLSBERG-Sorry, definition not available.
JARRINGLY-jarringly adv. In a jarring manner.
JIGAMAREE-jigamaree n. a maneuver or cunning trick.
jigamaree n. a trivial, ridiculous or worthless fancy.
jigamaree n. a thingamabob.
JUMARRING-jumarring v. present participle of jumar.
KURRAJONG-kurrajong n. (Australia) Any of a number of species of tree or shrub in the genus Brachychiton.
kurrajong n. (Australia) A peanut tree, Sterculia quadrifida, native to eastern coastal Australia; a red- or orange-fruited.
NIGHTJARS-nightjars n. plural of nightjar.
OBJURGATE-objurgate v. (transitive) To rebuke or scold strongly.
TRIJUGATE-trijugate adj. (botany) In three pairs.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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