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ACIJR

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

CAJOLERIES-cajoleries n. plural of cajolery.
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.
COADJUTRIX-coadjutrix n. A female coadjutor.
coadjutrix n. An assistant (and eventual successor) to an abbess.
HIGHJACKER-highjacker n. Alternative spelling of hijacker.
JACKFRUITS-jackfruits n. plural of jackfruit.
jack fruits n. plural of jack fruit.
jack-fruits n. plural of jack-fruit.
JACKRABBIT-jackrabbit n. any of several large North American hares of the genus Lepus.
jackrabbit v. (US) To make a sudden, rapid movement.
jack-rabbit n. Alternative spelling of jackrabbit.
JACQUERIES-jacqueries n. plural of jacquerie.
JINRICKSHA-jinricksha n. Alternative spelling of jinriksha.
JOCULARITY-jocularity n. Joking, humorous remarks or behaviour.
JUDICATORS-judicators n. plural of judicator.
JUDICATORY-judicatory adj. Pertaining to judgement, or to passing a sentence.
judicatory adj. By which a judgement can be made; decisive, critical.
judicatory n. (chiefly in Scotland) A court or tribunal.
JUDICATURE-judicature n. The administration of justice by judges and courts.
judicature n. The position or status of a judge.
judicature n. The jurisdiction of a court.
JURISTICAL-juristical adj. Alternative form of juristic.
JUSTICIARS-justiciars n. plural of justiciar.
JUSTICIARY-justiciary n. (Scotland, countable, chiefly historical) A judgeship: a judge's jurisdiction, power, or office.
justiciary n. (Originally Scotland, uncountable) The judiciary: a collective term for the court system or the body of.
justiciary n. (historical) One who administers justice, particularly.
TRAJECTILE-Sorry, definition not available.
TRAJECTING-trajecting v. present participle of traject.
TRAJECTION-trajection n. (archaic) The act of trajecting; a throwing or casting through or across; also, emission.
trajection n. (archaic) transposition.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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