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ADJRU

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There are 20 eleven-letter words containing A, D, J, R and U

ADJOURNMENT-adjournment n. The state of being adjourned.
adjournment n. The action of adjourning.
adjournment n. (rhetoric) Ampliatio.
ADJUDICATOR-adjudicator n. One who adjudicates.
ADJURATIONS-adjurations n. plural of adjuration.
COADJUTRESS-coadjutress n. A female coadjutor or assistant.
JAGUARONDIS-jaguarondis n. plural of jaguarondi.
JAGUARUNDIS-jaguarundis n. plural of jaguarundi.
JOURNALISED-journalised v. simple past tense and past participle of journalise.
JOURNALIZED-journalized v. simple past tense and past participle of journalize.
JUDICATURES-judicatures n. plural of judicature.
JUDICIARIES-judiciaries n. plural of judiciary.
JURIDICALLY-juridically adv. In a juridical manner.
PANJANDARUM-panjandarum n. Alternative spelling of panjandrum.
PANJANDRUMS-panjandrums n. plural of panjandrum.
PREADJUSTED-preadjusted v. simple past tense and past participle of preadjust.
PREJUDICANT-prejudicant adj. (archaic) Influenced by prejudice; biased.
PREJUDICATE-prejudicate adj. (obsolete) Prejudiced, biased. [16th-19th c.].
prejudicate adj. Preconceived (of an opinion, idea etc.); formed before the event. [from 16th c.].
prejudicate v. (transitive, now rare) To determine beforehand, especially rashly; to prejudge. [from 16th c.].
PREJUDICIAL-prejudicial adj. exhibiting prejudice or bias.
prejudicial adj. causing harm or injury; detrimental, harmful or injurious.
READJUSTERS-readjusters n. plural of readjuster.
READJUSTING-readjusting v. present participle of readjust.
REJUVENATED-rejuvenated v. simple past tense and past participle of rejuvenate.
rejuvenated adj. Made young again.
rejuvenated adj. (of a stream) Stimulated by uplift to renewed erosive activity.

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