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There are 16 nine-letter words containing A, C, J, T and U

ADJUNCTLY-adjunctly adv. In an adjunct manner.
ADJUTANCY-adjutancy n. The state or office of being an adjutant, assistant, or helper.
COADJUTOR-coadjutor n. An assistant or helper.
coadjutor n. (ecclesiastical) An assistant to a bishop.
CONJUGANT-conjugant n. (genetics) A gamete that undergoes conjugation.
CONJUGATE-conjugate v. (grammar, transitive) To inflect (a verb) for each person, in order, for one or more tenses.
conjugate v. (mathematics) To multiply on the left by one element and on the right by its inverse.
conjugate v. (rare) To join together, unite; to juxtapose.
EJACULATE-ejaculate v. (transitive) To eject abruptly; to throw out suddenly and swiftly.
ejaculate v. (intransitive) To say abruptly.
ejaculate v. (biology, transitive) To eject or suddenly throw fluid or some other substance from a duct or other body.
JACKFRUIT-jackfruit n. A tree, Artocarpus heterophyllus, of the Moraceae family, which produces edible fruit.
jackfruit n. The large fruit from this tree.
jack fruit n. Alternative spelling of jackfruit.
JACULATED-jaculated v. simple past tense and past participle of jaculate.
JACULATES-jaculates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jaculate.
JACULATOR-jaculator n. One who throws or casts.
jaculator n. (zoology) The archerfish.
JOCULATOR-joculator n. (obsolete) A jester; a joker.
JUDGMATIC-Sorry, definition not available.
JUDICATOR-judicator n. One who acts as a judge.
JUNCTURAL-junctural adj. Relating to a juncture.
JUSTICIAR-justiciar n. (historical) One who administers justice, particularly.
justiciar n. (Christian, theology, rare) A justiciary: a believer in the doctrine (or heresy) that adherence to religious.
SUBJACENT-subjacent adj. Lying beneath or at a lower level; underlying.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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