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There are 15 eight-letter words containing J, 2O and R
|CONJUROR||-||conjuror n. Alternative spelling of conjurer.|
conjuror n. (law, obsolete) One bound by a common oath with others.
|DOORJAMB||-||doorjamb n. Either of the upright posts on either side of a door, which together support a lintel.|
|JACKAROO||-||jackaroo n. (Australia, Queensland, obsolete) A white man living outside of a white settlement.|
jackaroo n. (Australia) A trainee station manager or owner, working as a stockman or farm hand; formerly, a young.
jackaroo v. (intransitive) To work as a jackaroo.
|JACKEROO||-||jackeroo n. Alternative spelling of jackaroo.|
jackeroo v. Alternative spelling of jackaroo.
|JARGOONS||-||jargoons n. plural of jargoon.|
|JEROBOAM||-||jeroboam n. Alternative letter-case form of Jeroboam: a very large wine bottle.|
Jeroboam p.n. First king of the Kingdom of Israel.
Jeroboam n. A bottle of champagne or Burgundy wine containing 3 liters of fluid, four times the volume of a standard.
|JILLAROO||-||jillaroo n. (Australia) A female jackaroo, a woman who does the job of a jackaroo.|
|JOGTROTS||-||jogtrots n. plural of jogtrot.|
jogtrots v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jogtrot.
|JORDELOO||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|NONJUROR||-||nonjuror n. (historical, Anglicanism) Someone who refuses to swear a particular oath, specifically a clergyman who.|
nonjuror n. One who is not a juror. [from 19th c.].
|NONMAJOR||-||nonmajor n. (US) A student who is not a major (specialist in one area).|
|OBJECTOR||-||objector n. A person who objects to something.|
|OVERJOYS||-||overjoys v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overjoy.|
|REJONEOS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|SOJOURNS||-||sojourns n. plural of sojourn.|
sojourns v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sojourn.
* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.
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