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  • Jaded(Adj): tired, worn out, over  worked, fatigued  He looked jaded after the hard toil
  • Jargon(Adj) : mode of speech familiar only to a group or profession, technical terminology I couldn’t understand their talks as it was full of computer jargon.
  • Jaunt(Adj): a short journey or excursion especially for pleasure, trip All the salesmen were offered the incentive of  foreign jaunt if  they reached their sales target.
  • Jaunty(Adj): light-hearted, joyful, lively, feeling of self-confidence and self- satisfaction. Raj the jaunty young man is liked by all.
  • Jeer(V): deride, to make fun in a rude way, to laugh at somebody, or shout  rude remarks at them. The players were jeered, by disappointed fans.
  • Jeopardize(V): put in danger, risk, endanger  He would never do anything to jeopardize his career.
  • Jettison(V): to throw something out of a moving train or ship to get rid ofsomething or somebody discard, to reject an idea or belief,  abandon.
  •  The government jettisons peace talks with the naxalites.
  •  As the water level along the ship rose some of the cargo had to be
  •   jettisoned to save the ship.
  • jinx(N): person or thing that seems to cause bad luck. The crossing of a black cat in one’s path is considered to be jinx.
  • Jolt(V): to shake up, jerk The bus jolted to a halt after hitting the tree.
  • Jostle(V): knock or push against to push roughly against, struggle with  They had to jostle through the crowd to get tickers to newly  released movie.
  • Jovial(Adj): good- hearted and full of fun, good humored He is very  jovial always joking and laughing.
  • Jest(N): joke, something said or done to cause amusement     I said it in jest. Don’t take it seriously.
  • Jocund(Adj): cheerful, merry  My father is in jocund mood today.
  • Jiffy(N): a very short time  I will be there in jiffy.
  • Jubilant(Adj): expressing or showing joy The crowd was jubilant when India defeated Pakistan.
  • Juggle(V) : performing conjuring tricks a piece of fraud  The people were amazed at seeing the tricks shown by the juggler.
  • Judicious(Adj): sound in judgment, wise  At a key moment in his life he made a judicious investment that was the foundation of his later wealth.
  • Juggernaut(N): irritable crushing force Nothing could survive in the path of juggernaut
  • Juncture(N): crisis, joining point At this critical juncture let us think carefully before taking the
  •  final decision.
  • Junket(N): a pleasure tip, tour  Our ministers are only interested in taking junket to the foreign
  • Countries.
  • Juvenile: young and youthful  He was a bully to all the juvenile kids of the neighborhood
  • Juxtaposition(N): the action of putting close together, placing side-by-side Comparison will be easier if you juxtapose the two objects.

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