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There are 16 words containing J, O, V and Y

CONJUNCTIVELYconjunctively adv. In a conjunctive way.
CONJUNCTIVE adv. joining.
JOVIALITYjoviality n. The state of being jovial; jollity or conviviality.
JOVIALITY n. the state of being jovial, also JOVIALTY.
JOVIALLYjovially adv. (Astrology, obsolete) Under the astrological influence of the planet Jupiter.
jovially adv. (By extension) In a jovial (“cheerful and good-humoured”) manner; jollily, merrily.
JOVIAL adv. good-humoured.
JOVIALTYjovialty n. Archaic form of joviality.
JOVIALTY n. the state of being jovial.
NONOBJECTIVITYnonobjectivity n. Lack of objectivity.
NONOBJECTIVITY n. the state of being nonobjective.
OBJECTIVELYobjectively adv. In an impartial, objective manner.
objectively adv. (Informal) Without question, without a doubt, definitely, indisputably, not meriting discussion or argument.
OBJECTIVE adv. relating to or constituting an object.
OBJECTIVITYobjectivity n. The state of being objective, just, unbiased and not influenced by emotions or personal prejudices.
objectivity n. The world as it really is; reality.
OBJECTIVITY n. the state of being objective.
OVERJOYoverjoy v. (Transitive) To give great joy, delight or pleasure to.
overjoy v. (Transitive, rare) To give too much joy to.
overjoy v. (Intransitive, obsolete) To take too much pleasure (in something).
OVERJOYEDoverjoyed adj. Very happy.
overjoyed adj. (Obsolete) Overly happy.
overjoyed v. Simple past tense and past participle of overjoy.
OVERJOYINGoverjoying v. Present participle of overjoy.
OVERJOY v. to fill with great joy.
OVERJOYSoverjoys v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overjoy.
OVERJOY v. to fill with great joy.
PEJORATIVELYpejoratively adv. In a pejorative manner. Insultingly, disparagingly; so as to belittle another or harm their reputation.
PEJORATIVE adv. implying or imputing evil.
PROJECTIVELYprojectively adv. In a projective way.
PROJECTIVE adv. projecting; of projection.
PROJECTIVITYprojectivity n. (Mathematics) The condition of being projective.
projectivity n. (Geometry) projective transformation, homography.
PROJECTIVITY n. the state of being projective.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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  • English Wiktionary: 128 words
  • Scrabble in French: no word
  • Scrabble in Spanish: no word
  • Scrabble in Italian: no word
  • Scrabble in German: no word
  • Scrabble in Romanian: no word

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