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There are 18 eight-letter words containing J, R, T and U

ADJUSTERadjuster n. One who adjusts, especially for the insurance industry’s employment title "loss adjuster" (or "claims…
ADJUSTORadjustor n. Alternative form of adjuster.
JAKFRUITjakfruit n. Alternative spelling of jackfruit.
JAUNTIERjauntier adj. comparative form of jaunty: more jaunty.
JESUITRYJesuitry n. Jesuitism; subtle argument.
JOINTUREjointure n. (obsolete) A joining; a joint.
jointure n. (law) An estate settled on a wife, which she is to enjoy after her husband’s death, for her own life…
jointure v. (transitive) To settle a jointure upon.
JOUSTERSjousters n. plural of jouster.
JUNCTUREjuncture n. A place where things join, a junction.
juncture n. A critical moment in time.
juncture n. (linguistics) The manner of moving (transition) or mode of relationship between two consecutive sounds;…
JUNKETERjunketer n. Someone taking part in a junket or banquet etc; a partygoer.
JURATORYjuratory adj. Relating to or comprising an oath.
JURISTICjuristic adj. of or pertaining to a jurist or juristics.
JURYMASTjurymast n. (nautical) A temporary mast constructed when a vessel has been dismasted, usually in heavy weather.
jury␣mast n. (nautical) A temporary mast, in place of one that has been carried away or broken.
jury␣mast n. (medicine) An apparatus to support the trunk and head in cases of spinal disease.
JUSTICERjusticer n. (archaic) One who administers justice, particularly a judge.
OVERJUSToverjust adj. Too zealous in the pursuit of justice.
over-just adj. Alternative form of overjust.
READJUSTreadjust v. to adjust again.
SUPERJETsuperjet n. A jet aircraft with some superior quality, such as large size or high speed.
TURBOJETturbojet n. (aviation) A jet engine that develops thrust solely from high-speed exhaust gases expelled from a…
UNJUSTERunjuster adj. comparative form of unjust: more unjust.

Words in black are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org.

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