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There are 14 ten-letter words containing A, E, J and 2R

CARJACKERS-carjackers n. plural of carjacker.
JARDINIERE-jardiniere n. A plantstand or flowerpot, especially one made of decorated pottery or porcelain.
jardiniere n. Vegetables served as a garnish over meat.
jardinière n. An ornamental pot for the display of live flowers; a planter.
JARGONEERS-jargoneers n. plural of jargoneer.
JARLSBERGS-Sorry, definition not available.
JASPERWARE-jasperware n. (ceramics) A form of pottery that has a stoneware body which is either white or colored, which is noted.
jasper ware n. Alternative spelling of jasperware.
JAWBREAKER-jawbreaker n. A large, extremely hard, boiled candy, typically spherical.
jawbreaker n. A long, hard-to-pronounce word.
jaw-breaker n. Alternative spelling of jawbreaker.
JAWCRUSHER-Sorry, definition not available.
JEOPARDERS-jeoparders n. plural of jeoparder.
JERKWATERS-jerkwaters n. plural of jerkwater.
jerk-waters n. plural of jerk-water.
READJUSTER-readjuster n. One who, or that which, readjusts.
readjuster n. (US, historical) One who advocates a refund, and sometimes a partial repudiation, of a state's debt, without.
REJONEADOR-rejoneador n. (bullfighting) A mounted bullfighter whose task is to provoke the bull.
SERJEANTRY-serjeantry n. Obsolete form of sergeanty.
TEARJERKER-tearjerker n. (informal) An emotionally charged film, novel, song, opera, real-life story, etc., usually with one or.
tear-jerker n. Alternative spelling of tearjerker.
tear jerker n. Alternative spelling of tearjerker.
TRAJECTORY-trajectory n. (astronomy, space science) The path of a body as it travels through space.
trajectory n. (cybernetics) The ordered set of intermediate states assumed by a dynamical system as a result of time.
trajectory n. Metaphorically, a course of development, such as that of a war or career.

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