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There are 19 words containing D, J and 2M

JACKHAMMEREDjackhammered v. simple past tense and past participle of jackhammer.
JAMMEDjammed adj. Stuck.
jammed adj. Overcrowded; congested.
jammed v. simple past tense and past participle of jam.
JEMMIEDjemmied v. simple past tense and past participle of jemmy.
JIMMIEDjimmied v. simple past tense and past participle of jimmy.
LOGJAMMEDlogjammed adj. Blocked by a logjam; delayed or impeded.
MAJORDOMOmajordomo n. The head servant or official in a royal Spanish or Italian household; later, any head servant in…
majordomo n. (US, Southwest) A manager of a hacienda, ranch or estate.
majordomo n. (chiefly US) Any overseer, organizer, person in command.
MAJORDOMOSmajordomos n. plural of majordomo.
major-domos n. plural of major-domo.
MALADJUSTMENTmaladjustment n. A poor or faulty adjustment, especially of a mechanism.
maladjustment n. (psychology) The inability to adapt oneself to the needs of others, or to the stresses of normal life.
MALADJUSTMENTSmaladjustments n. plural of maladjustment.
MIDDELMANNETJIEmiddelmannetjie n. (South Africa) A ridge between ruts made by wheels in a dirt or gravel road.
MISJUDGEMENTmisjudgement n. Alternative form of misjudgment.
MISJUDGEMENTSmisjudgements n. plural of misjudgement.
MISJUDGMENTmisjudgment n. An act of misjudging; a mistake in judgment.
MISJUDGMENTSmisjudgments n. plural of misjudgment.
UNJAMMEDunjammed v. simple past tense and past participle of unjam.
unjammed adj. Not jammed.
WINDJAMMERwindjammer n. (US, slang, dated) One who plays a wind instrument, especially a bugler in the army.
windjammer n. (nautical) A sailing ship; especially a large, iron-hulled, square-rigged ship with three or more masts.
windjammer n. (nautical) A member of the crew of a ship of this kind.
WINDJAMMERSwindjammers n. plural of windjammer.
WINDJAMMINGwindjamming n. Excessive talking; loquaciousness.
windjamming n. Sailing a windjammer.
windjamming n. Playing a wind instrument, possibly badly.
WINDJAMMINGSSorry, definition not available.

Words in black are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.
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