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jagged:
 
a.
unevenly cut; having the texture of something so cut; having a rough quality
janitor:
 
n.
door-keeper; porter; one who has the care of public building or suites of rooms
jeer:
 
n.
gear; tackle; combination of tackles, for hoisting or lowering the lower yards of a ship
jeopardise:
 
v. Syn. jeopardize
pose a threat to; present a danger to; threaten
jog:
 
v. Syn. run
run or ride at a steady slow trot; give a push or shake to
jolt:
 
n. Syn. bounce; shake
sudden jerking, as from a heavy blow; sudden, strong feeling of surprise or disappointment
journalist:
 
n.
writer for newspapers and magazines
judicial:
 
a.
pertaining or appropriate to courts of justice, or to a judge; sanctioned or ordered by court
jumble:
 
n. Syn. mix
assemble without order or sense; confused multitude of things; chaos; mess; mixture
junction:
 
n. Syn. connection; joint; intersection; crossing
connection; joint; intersection; crossing
justification:
 
n.
good or just reason; condition or fact of being justified
juvenile:
 
n. Syn. youth; young
youth; adolescent; not fully grown or developed
keen:
 
a. Syn. acute; incisive
acute; incisive; sharp ; express grief verbally
kernel:
 
n. Syn. nut; core
central or vital part; most material and central part; grain or seed as of corn
kin:
 
n.
one's relatives; family; kinfolk
kindle:
 
v. Syn. inspire
build or fuel a fire; cause to glow; light up; inspire
knit:
 
v.
contract into wrinkles; grow together; form into fabric by intertwining
knob:
 
n.
hard protuberance; hard swelling or rising; bunch; lump
laborious:
 
a. Syn. tedious
demanding much work or care; tedious
labour:
 
n.
effort expended on particular task; act of mother giving birth; time period during which mother gives birth